As part of our Year of John Marshall celebration MHAA is offering a unique bus tour to Virginia’s capital city. Follow in the footsteps of the great Chief Justice as we explore Richmond’s historical sites.
Highlights of the tour include:
· A guided tour of the Virginia State Capitol, where Marshall presided over the infamous Aaron Burr treason trial in 1807.
· A guided tour of the John Marshall House. Built in 1790, Justice Marshall and his family lived here until his death in 1835.
· A visit to the Virginia Museum of History and Culture to enjoy the new exhibit John Marshall: Hidden Hero of National Union.
· Lunch at the Commonwealth Club
The tour will begin and end at the MHAA office located at 1461 Atoka Road, Marshall, Virginia. The bus will depart promptly at 8:00 AM and will return at approximately 5:00 PM.