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Come Solve an Architectural Mystery at Gunston Hall

Gunston Hall is calling all young detectives to help solve an 18th century mystery! Gunston Hall was once a 5,500 acre corn and tobacco plantation and home to George Mason IV. Plantation Sleuth Family Program: Architecture Antics will be both educational and fun. Children will find out about the building of the mansion, as well as uncover clues in the mansion, garden, school and kitchen yard. Families will get a child-friendly mansion tour and pre-reserved groups will received a guide for the plantation experience.

This mystery event is open for the rest of August on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Adults are $9, children between ages 6-12 are $6, children between ages 2-5 are $2, and family admission is $25. You can also reserve a Sleuth tour for a group of ten or more for $5 a child.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity to solve an architectural mystery from 1759!

Gunston Hall has become a National Historic Landmark and there are a variety of special events presented for the public throughout the year. It is located at 10709 Gunston Road in Mason Neck, VA. For more information about George Mason’s home visit:  http://www.gunstonhall.org/.

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