Meet with Robert Carter III, who, in 1791, owned more enslaved individuals than any other Virginian. His inner struggles and newfound faith led him to an extraordinary decision, followed by an equally remarkable action. Knowing what is right and doing it was just as difficult in the 18th century as it is today, but not to those who truly believe that "all things are possible."
Dates & Times
All Things are Possible
Voices of Their Hands
Discuss the lives of enslaved tradespeople on this walking tour. Hear from our historic tradespeople discussing their experiences interpreting skilled laborers and their work.
The Art of Politics and Dining
Join Mrs. Washington as she discusses the art of dining and how influential a woman could be in a man’s world.
Art Museums Admission
Visit a Nation Builder- Patrick Henry
Step into the past with Patrick Henry, the Revolution’s son of thunder. Through stories and questions, explore the hopes, choices, and challenges he faced.