Deaf & Hard of Hearing Community Day at Ferry Farm , Oct. 5th
To celebrate Virginia Archaeology Month
The George Washington Foundation presents
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Community Day
George Washington’s Boyhood Home at Ferry Farm
Sunday , October 5, 2014 – 2:00 PM
Guided tours of the
- archaeology lab
- Washington Farm dig site
- museum gallery exhibits
- 18th-century demonstration garden
As part of the Stafford County 350th Celebration, come Tell Your Stafford Story!
Tours will be led by archaeology lab Supervisor Melanie Marguis and translated by ReBecca Bennett using American Sign Language.
Reservations not required
$8 adults: $4 Students; under 6 free
TheGeorge Washington Foundation
George Washington’s Ferry Farm is east of Fredericksburg on State Route 3 in Stafford County.
268 Kings Hwy
Fredericksburg, VA 22405
Tel: (540) 370-0732
Fax: (540) 371-3398
DIRECTIONS TO GEORGE WASHINGTON’S FERRY FARM: From Interstate 95, take Exit 130 heading East on Route 3. After about 1 mile, you will drive down a long hill. At the bottom of the hill, move to the left lane as you pass under a highway bridge (Route 1). Turn left on Route 3 Business (William St.). Follow William St. through downtown Fredericksburg and cross over the Rappahannock River (be sure you are in the right lane after crossing the bridge). Continue on Route 3 Business East to the third traffic light at the intersection of Ferry Road. As you pass through the traffic light you will see Ferry Farm on your right. The entrance is about 1/10 mile past Ferry Road.
Printable directions (PDF file)