Wilton House Museum
The Wilton House is an authentic lower James River plantation house that was built between the years of 1750 to 1753 by William Randolph III. Majestically situated overlooking the James River, this ten-room house is a stunning artifact of eighteenth-century architecture.Today, this historic house museum is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Virginia Historic Landmark. The original occupants of the house include William, Anne Harrison Randolph and their eight children. Furnished according to an 1815 survey, the house showcases decorative arts, fashions, and the lifestyles that were part of a 2,000-acre tobacco plantation. Wilton was the home to the Randolph family for more than a century.
What makes this business unique? A 260 Year Old Plantation Home