The Surratt House Museum provides a place for visitors to reckon with the historical legacy of enslavement and the enduring struggle for racial justice. Going beyond the site’s connection to the assassination of President Lincoln, the Surratt House uses history to acknowledge our past and promote a more just future.
Visitor Center and Historic House: Open 11am – 4pm, Thursday through Sunday
Research Center: Open by appointment only
General Admission: $5
Guided tours of the historic house depart every half hour between 11am and 4pm on Thursday to Sunday, with the last tour at 4pm. For group reservations, please call or email.
Open Thursday to Sunday from 11am-4pm
Photography permitted, with no flash. Filming not permitted without a written request; please email the museum to apply.
Food and drink not allowed in the historic house. Please enjoy all refreshments at our picnic tables.
All children must have adult supervision while at the museum.
English and Spanish tours available upon request.
The first floor of the historic house is completely wheelchair accessible, with exception of one room.
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