Just in time for Mother’s Day weekend, Wilton opens its doors for the public to view this beautiful historic property on Saturday, May 10 from 10 AM to 4 PM.
Wilton’s old world charm is evident at first sight in its T-shaped, 1 ½ story, gambrel-roofed footprint. This brick structure is of simple but elegant Georgian design. Its 4,000 square feet of interior space are distributed over eight rooms with eight fireplaces served by three impressive white-capped chimneys.
As a fundraising event for the Museum, the admission ticket sale proceeds will be used for operating expenses for the museum and its community outreach programming. Admission to the house is $30 for tickets purchased at the door and $25 for tickets purchased by May 3.
Extend your visit to Wilton’s Middlesex County with lunch or dinner at 2 nearby restaurants with 15% off any item, except alcoholic beverages. Your tour ticket must be presented at the restaurant for the discount. The restaurants are Merrior’s in Topping and The Steamboat Restaurant in Hartfield. Reservations are encouraged for the Steamboat Restaurant 804-776-6589.
Rooms are available at several of our B&Bs still.
One may also return to Wilton in the future as a guest. Beginning this spring, Wilton is also available for short-term rental, accommodating up to six persons for stays from two nights to two months. For further information, see www.vrbo.com/506509 or www.wiltonhousevirginia.org