Cherry Hill is closed to the public during private events. Please check our calendar or contact us before arriving. Private and Group Tours can be scheduled for other times by calling the number above. Please call Scarlett Williams at 703-248-5171 (TTY 711) or email email@example.com.
Cherry Hill offers a variety of exciting educational programs for children, including school groups, home schooled children and scouts. Children can experience 19th century life as they tour the fully furnished 1845 farmhouse and get a hands-on experience in the barn as they examine 19th century machines and farming implements. Advance reservations are required. Please call 703-248-5171 (TTY 711) for more information.
Advance reservations are required for all school groups. Our tours highlight family life on a farm in mid-19th century Virginia. We have two interdisciplinary school programs that support Virginia's Standard of Learning (SOLs).
The Cherry Hill Farmhouse does special programs for educational groups including home-schooled students. Advance reservations are required. Please call 703-248-5171 (TTY 711) for more information.
The tours focus on family life in mid-19th century rural Virginia and can be tailored to meet specific educational interests. For example, we can highlight the Civil War years at Cherry Hill or we can discuss simple machines used by farmers.
The cost is $5.00 Resident/$10 Non-Resident per child.
The Cherry Hill Farmhouse does special programs for Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops on request. Advance reservations are required, price varies. Please call 703-248-5171 (TTY 711) for more information.
Blast Into the Past Camp
Monday July 7- Friday July 13 ( 8-12 years) Activity # 381801-D
Monday August 6 – Friday August 10 ( 8-12 years) Activity # 381801-H
Monday August 23- Friday August 27 ( 8-12 years) Activity # 381801-F
Monday August 27 -Friday August 31 ( 8-12 years) Activity # 381801-K
During the summer months Cherry Hill Farm offers four week long camps where children can step back in time and experience first hand what a girl’s life was like in 19th century Virginia. Children will dress in period clothing, do crafts, play old-fashioned games, become amateur archaeologists and learn about life during the Civil War. The camp runs from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Visit www.fallschurchva.gov/recreation or 703-248-5027 for more information.