Admission covers a guided tour of the house with a focus on Jackson’s civilian life as a professor, church leader, businessman, and husband. 

Both the garden and the Museum Shop may be visited free of charge. We invite you to experience the sights, sounds and smells of the kitchen garden at your leisure. The garden includes a variety of flowers, fruits, vegetables, and herbs.  

Monday - Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. 

Stonewall Jackson Gardens

General Admission

Adult (18 and older): $8.00 
Youth (ages 6-17): $6.00

Children (under 6): Free 

VMI Alumni: $5.00
VMI Faculty and Staff (with valid ID) and cadets: Free

AAA/CAA Discount (with valid card) 

Adult (18 and older): $7.00 

Youth (ages 6-17): $5.00 

Children (under 6): Free

Active and Retired Military (with valid ID): $7.00

Residents of Lexington, Buena Vista, or Rockbridge County, Virginia, who purchase an adult admission at regular price and can show proof of residence are eligible to receive a Local Resident Return Visit Ticket.

Return tickets are good for a year of unlimited tours (for the individual to whom it is issued) from the date of purchase.

Group Tour Admission

Groups are a minimum of 10. Reservations must be made and confirmed 24 hours in advance or general rates apply.

Adult (18 and older):$7.00
Youth (ages 6-17): $5.00
Children (under 6): Free
Group leader and bus driver: Free

School and Youth Groups

Discount rate applies to tours scheduled on weekdays; weekend tours charged regular group rate.

Adult (18 and older): $7.00
Youth (under 18): $3.00
Children (under 6): Free

One adult is admitted free per 14 students. Additional chaperones (over the 1:14 ratio) are charged $7.00 each.

Make a Group Reservation

Stonewall Jackson House Entrance Sign

Location and Parking

Look for the Stonewall Jackson House signs at Lexington, Virginia, exits 188B and 195 off Interstate 81 or exit 55 off Interstate 64. Follow the Historic Lexington Visitor Center signs to Washington Street in downtown Lexington.

The Stonewall Jackson House is located one block west of the Visitor Center.


Public parking is available at the Visitor Center on Washington Street. Additional parking is available in the Courthouse Parking Garage, accessible from Randolph Street between Washington and Nelson.

Two-hour parking spots are available throughout downtown. A ten-minute parking space located across the street from the museum is available for two hours to visitors who have a Disabled Parking Placard or Disabled License Plate.


Tour alternatives are available for visitors with special needs. A ten-minute parking space located across the street from the museum is available for two hours to visitors who have a disabled parking placard or disabled license plate. The entrance is handicapped accessible with a hard surface aggregate walk. 

A captioned video tour of the second floor of the house is available on the ground floor for mobility impaired guests. For hearing impaired guests, there is a written script of the house.

Call ahead for special assistance.

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