Purchase Tickets Online

Purchase tickets prior to your visit to our gardens and museum. Each time slot features a limited number of tickets to facilitate physical distancing and ensure the comfort and safety of all visitors. Agecroft Hall and Gardens has instituted increased cleaning measures and other safeguards. Additional information about our procedures is located below.



Agecroft Hall and Gardens reopened to the public on Thursday, June 18.

  • Tickets: all tickets will be timed, limited and now available online. Customers wishing to purchase walk-up tickets may do so, but be aware that the preferred time slot may be full by the time of arrival on-site due to online sales and group size restrictions.

  • Timed Visits: Visitors will choose an arrival time with their tickets and will be asked to limit visits to two hours so more people may enjoy the house and gardens.

  • Schedule: Initially Agecroft Hall and Gardens will have a four-day schedule of Thursdays through Sundays and new hours will be 12 p.m.(Noon)-4 p.m.


The changes in Agecroft Hall and Gardens’ operations are to protect the safety of all.

  • Face coverings: required when indoors and outdoors (in compliance with Executive Order 63) and strongly suggested at all times to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Face coverings are not required for children under age 5 or those with a medical condition.

  • New Protocols: There will be many new protocols, including a separate entrance and exit to the house and helpful signage showing 6-foot physical distancing and encouraging handwashing. Agecroft will perform extensive and deep cleaning and provide physical distancing measures for bathroom access as well.

  • Gift Shop: Agecroft’s Gift Shop will remain closed.

  • Tours: House tours will now be self-guided with staff available to answer questions instead of our traditional docent-led groups. All self-guided tour materials are on newly-printed paper which the visitor can keep. All informational materials given to guests will not be re-used.



  • Face masks will be required of visitors, staff, and volunteers (as required by Executive Order), with exceptions for young children

  • Capacity will be reduced to provide guests space to physically distance. Timed tickets will be required to tour the house.

  • Contactless payment, online ticket purchases, and use of credit/debit card for purchases will be strongly encouraged

  • Physical distancing will be required, and will be marked with signage throughout the museum, including designated walkways, to further ensure visitor, staff, and volunteer safety.

  • Hand sanitizer will be available on site in convenient locations for easy access and use.


  • Most in-person programming has been suspended. Staff will review events on a case-by-case basis to ensure that physical distancing requirements can be met. After review, these events may proceed as scheduled with modifications or be delayed.

  • Alterations or adaptations to hands-on exhibits and experiences have been made to reduce interactions with high-touch surfaces such as door knobs.


  • Cleaning protocols have been expanded, especially in restrooms and high-touch areas.

  • Staff and volunteers have received training on new cleaning protocols, which include sanitizing commonly touched surfaces like door knobs, handrails, faucets, and water fountains.


4305 Sulgrave Road, Richmond, VA 23221 

(804) 353.4241