Welcome to Morven Park
Morven Park, located on the northern edge of Leesburg, Va., was once the home of Virginia governor, Westmoreland Davis, and his wife Marguerite. More than 70 years after his death, the accomplishments and ideals of Gov. Davis still resonate within the 1,000 acres of this one-of-a-kind place. Each year, just under 150,000 people visit the Park, whether participating in its highly competitive equestrian events, touring its three museums, attending educational and recreational programs, or just absorbing the beauty of the woodlands, mountainous ridge, historic buildings, and formal gardens. Operated by the Westmoreland Davis Memorial Foundation, Morven
Park is a non-profit organization, relying on individual donations, memberships, and event income to finance its public programs and preservation of its historic and natural resources.
Summer tour hours for Morven Park's three museums are Thursday, Friday,Saturday, and Monday 12p.m. - 5p.m. and Sunday 1p.m.-5p.m.
Starting September 1st, the museums will be open to the public Saturdays and Sundays 12:00 – 5:00, with the last tour starting at 4:00 pm. The historic gardens, Turkey Hill Farm, and the hiking trails are open everyday.
The Mansion and museums will be closed on September 5th for Epicurience. Get your tickets now at http://epicvirginia.com/