In 1976 as the nation celebrated its 200th anniversary there was a renewed interest in historic preservation. The City of Falls Church chose the restoration and preservation of Cherry Hill Farm as its special bicentennial project. It was a cooperative effort between the City and community groups. While the City owned the land and buildings the Friends of Cherry Hill Foundation was founded to furnish the house and barn. Extensive research and time went into acquiring appropriate furnishings for this Greek Revival style house and mid-19th century barn. The Friends also trained docents to give tours and began educational programs that would interpret life in mid-19th century Virginia.
9 a.m.-3 p.m.
10 a.m.-12 p.m.
*Please note that the house is accessible only by guided tour except during certain special events. Please call ahead to ensure a tour time.