Wilton, c. 1750-53


215 South Wilton Road
Richmond, VA 23226


Open: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 4:30 pm, Sunday 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Closed: Mondays and National holidays


Phone: (804) 282-5936
Fax: (804) 288-9805


An authentic James River plantation house, Wilton was built for William Randolph III and Anne Carter Harrison Randolph and was the centerpiece of a 2,000-acre plantation. After a succession of owners, the house became time worn and the area industrialized. Rather than see Wilton torn down, the Virginia Society purchased the house in 1933 and had it carefully reconstructed 15 miles west of its original location. It is an impressive example of 18th century architecture and also serves as the headquarters for the Virginia Society.

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Located on South Wilton Road off the 5300 block of Cary Street. Wilton is at the end of S. Wilton.