Sully Historic Site is on SR 28 about .3 mi. n. of US 50 and 5 mi. s. of the Dulles Toll Rd. at 3650 Historic Sully Way. This house was built in 1794 by Richard Bland Lee, uncle of Robert E. Lee and northern Virginia's first congressman. The restored house is furnished with antiques of the Federal period and appears much as it did 1795-1811. Features include the kitchen/laundry, a smokehouse, a stone dairy, the slave quarters and a flower garden.
Guided tours are available. Picnicking is permitted.
Grounds free except during events. House or outbuildings tour $7; $6 (students with ID); $5 (ages 5-15 and 65+). House and outbuildings tour $9; $8 (students with ID); $7 (ages 5-15 and 65+).
Save $1 off regular tour admission.
Hours: Guided 45-minute house tours are offered Wed.-Mon. on the hour 11-4, Mar.-Dec.; 11-3, rest of year. Guided outbuildings and grounds tours are given Wed.-Mon. (weather permitting) at 2, mid-Mar. to mid-Nov.; by appointment rest of year. Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas. Phone ahead to confirm schedule. Allow 2 hours minimum.