Built in 1837 and a prime example of Federal style architecture, this house sits within five miles of the site of the First and Second Battles of Manassas.
Believed to be occupied by both Confederate and Union soldiers as a wartime hospital, the walls bear authentic signatures of Union soldiers.
Inspired by a French garden, this 5,200 sq. foot garden is reportedly one of the largest public gardens devoted to roses in U.S.
Collection of old roses has approximately 160 separate cultivars & 200 individual rose shrubs. Seasonal garden peaks near Memorial Day. Annuals & perennials bloom May-Sept.