Sully Historic Site

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: Beginning August 20, 2020, Sully's main house will reopen for limited tours

TTY 711

3650 Historic Sully Way
Chantilly, Virginia

Carol McDonnell,

Sully House Repair Project

The historic home at Sully Historic Site after a snow

This is no ordinary housework. In some ways, it’s historic.
The main house at Sully Historic Site is closed to the public. The historic house is undergoing structural repair and maintenance. Exhibits, historic artifacts and furniture in the house have been safely protected and packed to make room for work crews.

The repairs and maintenance at the main house are funded by the 2016 Park Bond. Repairs include work on siding and shutters, plaster and floors as well as painting and an electrical upgrade.
Sully Historic Site is on the National Register of Historic Places, accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, on the National Park Service’s Underground Railroad Network to Freedom, and part of the Virginia Civil War Trails. The house was built in 1794 and completed in 1799 by Richard Bland Lee, Northern Virginia’s first Representative to Congress. 

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