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Lynn M wrote a review Aug 2018
45 contributions11 helpful votes
This place offers a lot of different experiences, ie... civil war reenactments, afternoon teas in costume, ghost stories as well as hosting private affairs such as weddings and more.
Date of experience: July 2018
Prawet J wrote a review Feb 2018
Washington DC, District of Columbia13,369 contributions649 helpful votes
The Cherry Hill Farmhouse is situated on the Cherry Hill next to the City of Falls Church Town Hall. The house and the barn were registered as National Historic Places. According to the history, the house belong to a prominent family and prominent person who petitioned the established Falls Church as a city. Stop by to see a piece of Falls Church history when you are in the area.…
Date of experience: February 2018
Dawn M wrote a review Sep 2017
Vienna, Virginia761 contributions255 helpful votes
I've been waiting for the day I would walk by and see the farmhouse is open. Today they had docents available for tours. The tour was broken up into three pieces, with one docent taking each piece, so they could accommodate visitors who randomly stopped in. The 2-story house is beautiful, well maintained and decorated with period furniture. The stories were fascinating. It was a nice slice of pre-Civil War and Civil War history. It's all free!…
Date of experience: September 2017
dejindc wrote a review Aug 2017
Falls Church, Virginia264 contributions75 helpful votes
This is a great historic building. It is also adjacent to a large park with things for children to do. Often have concerts here. One of the really nice things about Falls Church. Recommend a visit.
Date of experience: August 2017
anniehiker wrote a review Aug 2016
Falls Church, Virginia38 contributions64 helpful votes
This is a lovely, historic home that is mostly likely overlooked by visitors to the DC area....especially interesting for people interested in the Civil War period.
Date of experience: June 2016
2 Helpful votes