Open since 2007, Rippon Lodge Historic Site is the second oldest residence in Prince William County. Situated on 43-acres of lush grounds, formal gardens, and forests, visitors learn the history of the house and owners from 1747 to 2000. With stunning views of the Potomac River and Neabsco Creek, visitors are welcome to stroll the grounds and gardens, visit the Blackburn and Atkinson family cemetery, and use the walking trails, including the future Potomac Heritage Trail Boardwalk. Tours of Rippon Lodge are offered May through October from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., Thursday through Monday and by appointment. Grounds are open during operating hours. Special events, programs, and tours are offered throughout the year.
- Description One room for small business meetings and luncheons, maximum seating is 20 to 24 only.
- Number of Rooms 1