Rosewell is available for events, including guided tours. Please contact us for details at

You can find items from books to bangles at the Gift Shop. Page Family genealogy, African American history, Civil War documents, and readings on Native American and early Gloucester history are at the Gift Shop. You will also find cookbooks, t-shirts, artwork, jewelry, mugs and glasses, postcards, posters, and much more.

Rosewell: America's Magnificent Ruin

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Rosewell was the colonial home of the Page family and hundreds of enslaved people. Although swept by fire in 1916, the ruins of fine craftsmanship remain.



The Rosewell Ruins and Visitor Center are now under the management of the Fairfield Foundation. For more information about what we do and our other properties that are open for tours, please visit or email

Your visit to Rosewell starts at the Visitor Center. Here you will find educational exhibits and artifacts in the Gallery, along with a short orientation video that gives you a look back at Rosewell's complex past and a vision of the future goals.

2024 Hours of Operation:

Fri-Sat 10 am - 4 pm
Sun 12 pm - 4 pm

We are excited to announce that the Rosewell Ruins and Visitor Center will open for the 2024 season on Friday, March 29!
Open hours for the 2024 season are Fridays and Saturdays 10 am - 4 pm and Sundays 12 pm - 4 pm. 
(Closed Easter Sunday, March 31 2024)