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Sully Historic Site

3650 Historic Sully Way, Chantilly, VA 20151, USA  | More on: Second Manassas »

After 1811, Sully was home for several families. During the Civil War the home was owned by James and Marie Haight Barlow, from 1852 - 1869. Their efforts contributed to the survival of the estate, particularly during the Civil War when both Union and Confederate armies were encamped across the county. Quakers from the north James fled to Alexandria during the Civil War and Marie stayed at Sully plantation. During the war, she served breakfast to J.E.B Stuart and other officers at Sully.


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Sully Historic Site is located on Route 28 in Chantilly, VA. From the Beltway (495) take either I66 west to Rt. 28 North or the Dulles Toll Rd. to exit 9A (Rt. 28 South). From Route 28: Take Air and Space Museum Parkway East Exit. At the first stop sign turn right and follow the paved road to parking lot.

Visitor Services

Girt Shop, house tours, classes, exhibit area, Scout and school programs, handicapped accessible.

Regular Events

Annual Antique Car Show (June), Annual Civil War Day (August), Annual Quilt Day, Annual WWII Day, Candlelight tours in December.

Available Interpretation

Exhibit house tours

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Admission Fee

Grounds: Free of charge. Tours: adults $7.00, students $6.00, seniors/children $5.00


Daily: 11:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M., except Closed: Tuesdays and some holidays.



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