Washington, George, Boyhood Home Site Fredericksburg, VA

Ferry Farm in Virginia, also known as George Washington Boyhood Home Site, is where President George Washington spent much of his childhood.

Quick Facts

Go Historic ID
251698
Names
44ST174
Ferry Farm
Ferry Farm (George Washington Boyhood Home Site)
Ferry Farm Site
George Washington's Ferry Farm
Washington, George, Boyhood Home Site
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Timeline

1738
Construction of Ferry Farm (George Washington Boyhood Home Site)
16 Feb 2000
Ferry Farm (George Washington Boyhood Home Site) added to National Register of Historic Places
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National Register Data

Washington, George, Boyhood Home Site has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places with the following information. Note: some of this data may have become outdated since the listing date. View full NRHP data →

National Register ID
259
Date Listed
20000216
Name
Washington, George, Boyhood Home Site
Other Names
Ferry Farm; 44ST174
Address
237 King's Highway
City/Town
Fredericksburg
County
Stafford
State
Virginia
Category
site
Level of Significance
national
Years of Significance
1738; 1741; 1774
Areas of Significance
HISTORIC - NON-ABORIGINAL; EXPLORATION/SETTLEMENT; OTHER