CALL: 859-623-9178 Nestled in rolling farmland, the Richmond KY home was built in the late 1700’s, with a major addition constructed in the 1860’s. Historic white hall mansion, designed in Georgian and Italianate styles, boasts nearly ten thousand square feet with modern innovations of the time such as central heating and indoor plumbing.
Senior, AAA, Military and Adult groups of 10 or more $7.00
Children $4.00 (6-12) 5 and under free
Student group (K-12th grade) $3.00
Open April 1 through October 31, Monday through Saturday 9 to 5:00, Sunday 12:00 to 4:00
Closed Monday and Tuesday (MANSION IS NOT OPEN)
Wednesday through Saturday 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 & 4:00
Sunday 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 & 4:00
November 1 through March 31 the mansion is closed to the public. Large group tours (25+) are available in the off season by appointment only. Please call the park for more information and to make reservations.
Second Tuesdays Tea
Join us for a tour inside Historic White Hall mansion followed by Low English Tea. Reservations are required for this featured attraction served on the second Tuesday of February through October. Call White Hall at 859-623-9178 to RSVP.
Have you ever dreamed of a storybook outdoor wedding?
White Hall State Historic Site is the place for you. White Hall is an affordable option for your special day. The historic mansion makes a beautiful backdrop for the ceremony with a large area available for a reception tent. There are many local rental companies that will gladly deliver and provide you with tents, tables, chairs and other items for the reception. This venue also allows the bride and groom to choose their own catering service or even have a “do-it-yourself” reception. For more information and to make a reservation, call the park manager at 859-623-9178.
General Green Clay’s military career was very imposing. He served in the Revolutionary War, and fought alongside Daniel Boone in defending Boonesborough. Arguably Clay’s most impressive service was as a Brigadier-General in the War of 1812.
In an inventory of General Green Clay’s possessions from Fort Meigs there is a sword listed in with his personal belongings. The sword now on display at White Hall is believed to be the Green Clay sword. The sword has been handed down from generation to generation of Clay family members. Below is a listing of its many owners.
General Green Clay m. Sally Lewis Clay, son Brutus Junius Clay
Brutus Junius Clay m. Anne Maria Field, son Cassius Marcellus Clay
Cassius Marcellus Clay m. Susan Elizabeth Clay, son Junius Brutus Clay
Junius Brutus Clay m. Mary Hedges Clay, daughter Mary H. Clay Grimes
Mary H. Clay Grimes, son William “Billy” Grimes
William “Billy” Grimes