Jane Griswold Radocchia, an “old house” architect, will be speaking at the Society of Architectural Historians’ Latrobe Chapter Lecture about the use of Practical Geometry in historic architecture. Her lecture, “Practical Geometry: How We Designed and Laid Out Buildings Before Standard Dimensions,” will discuss how historic homes were constructed with basic geometric measurements such as the Rule of Thirds. Radocchia will use one of Tuckahoe Plantation’s slave cabins as an example of the Rule of Thirds. For more information on the lecture, please visit this link: http://www.latrobechaptersah.org/Home/announcements.
The date for “Tea & Quilts at Tuckahoe” has been moved to Sunday May 7th from 2-5pm due to inclement weather this weekend. Any previously purchased tickets are valid for the new date. Please keep in mind refunds are not accepted unless both dates are rained out.
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Thank you to everyone who came out for our Easter Egg Hunt! We had an overwhelming response and exceeded are expected attendance. Tuckahoe Plantation takes our clientele experience very seriously and have made adjustments for future public events to run more efficiently and smoothly. We wholeheartedly appreciate your patience and enthusiasm! Our community is important to us, and you made the hunt a hopping success. We’re also thrilled that five of the Richmond Animal League pups found their forever homes this weekend!!
Tuckahoe Plantation has been listed as one of Richmond’s most Haunted Places by Haunted Rooms! HauntedRooms.com, primarily a hotel directory, offers people the chance to experience the paranormal first hand while enjoying the luxuries of a hotel. In the recent ranking of Richmond’s Most Haunted, the article mentions Tuckahoe’s ghost, believed to be an unhappy bride who roams the house and gardens. Read the article (if you dare!) about the hauntings of Tuckahoe and other Richmond Landmarks by clicking here.
Looking for Mother’s Day plans? Join us on Sunday May 14th at Tuckahoe Plantation for a “Peony Picnic” to celebrate Mom! Bring your own picnic lunch to enjoy on the grounds, tour the historic plantation home, and view our blooming gardens!
Our peonies will be available for $3 per stem or 2 stems for $5 (limit two per person). Gelati Celesti will be serving ice cream from 12-4pm, but feel free to leisurely picnic long into the afternoon! The Historic Home will be open for tours between 2pm and 4pm for an additional $5 per person or $10 per family (max 6 people).
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Enjoy the springtime season with Tuckahoe Plantation’s Easter Egg Hunt! The event will occur from 1-3pm on Saturday April 15th, with the hunts beginning at 1:30pm and 2:30pm. Admission is $5 per child, free for adults. Families can pet and play with furry friends from the Richmond Animal League, and maybe give one a loving home! Feel free to bring your own baskets, picnics, and cameras for photo-ops. Please contact Tuckahoe Plantation at 804-774-1614 or firstname.lastname@example.org for questions