Wednesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday from 12:00 Noon to 5:00 pm
Closed in the event of inclement weather (we follow Prince William County Public School closing policy).
Last tour starts at 4:15 p. m.
Tours Start at our Museum Annex at 3944 Cameron Street in Dumfries. On-street parking alongside Merchant Park on Duke or Cameron Streets is available.
Closed for Christmas, Easter and Thanksgiving holidays.
Seasonally closed from December 17, 2012 - February 28, 2013
During the closed months, please call to schedule group or private tours.
We are open full-time starting March 1, 2013
Admission Fees (admission includes guided tour):
Senior Citizens and Children 6-16: $2.50
Children under 6: Free
Research fee: $10 per hour.
Copying fee: $0.25 per page
Call 703-221-2218 for details. Visit our Calendar page for upcoming events!
12/12/12 - Virginia Governor & Mrs. McDonnell launch the "Year of the Historic Home " website. See the Weems-Botts Museum at www.historicalhomes.virginia.gov. Pull up the "Virginia Time Travelers Passport" to participate in the Master Traveler program! All Master Travelers will be recognized on the website, receive a certificate signed by the Governor and be entered to win additional prizes!
Historic Dumfries Virginia, is a private, 501 (c) (3) non-profit, membership organization, tasked with operating the Weems-Botts Museum, organizing history-related annual events, hosting guest speakers, managing a historical archives & library, and publishing a bi-monthly newsletter.
Officers and Directors- The Board of Historic Dumfries Virginia,
President: Mike Cecere
Vice President: Ron Smith
Acting Treasurer:Gary West
Secretary: Norma Fields
Board Members at-large:
Gene Seevers, Francis Halpern, Cydny Neville, Mayor Gerald Foreman, Jeremiah Burns, and
Museum Director: Joann Barron
Docents: Patrick Higgins and Robin Higgins