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Historic site details: Ben Lomond Historic Site | 10321 Sudley Manor Drive., Manassas, VA 20109 | 703-367-7872 | 703-792-4754 (Prince William County’s Historic Preservation Office) | The park and rose garden are open from sunrise to sunset every day. The buildings are only open seasonally. There is a fee to take a tour. Call for tour times. | Free Parking | Actively looking for volunteers. | The site includes the main house, a dairy, a bunkhouse, a smokehouse, slave quarters, and a rose garden. | The site is a member of the Historic House Museum Consortium of Metropolitan Washington D.C. (HHMCWDC) | Historic site on Facebook | Historic Preservation Office on Facebook | Instagram (Hashtag) | Wikipedia
Historic role (from the website): “Ben Lomond and its outbuildings were constructed for Benjamin Tasker Chinn in 1832. Confederate forces used Ben Lomond as a hospital following the 1861 Battle of First Manassas. Signatures of Federal soldiers who occupied the property in 1862 are still visible inside the house. Tour the house, where you can smell, touch, hear and taste history. Then see the restored slave quarter, smokehouse and dairy and enjoy the fragrant Rose Garden.“
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