Rock Ford Plantation

Rock Ford Plantation is the circa 1794 Georgian-style home of Edward Hand who served as Adjutant General to George Washington.  Though remembered for his role in the fight for American independence, Hand was also a noted politician and doctor in Lancaster. Today, Rock Ford is furnished with antiques to convey the lifestyle of the Hand family from 1794-1802. It stands as an authentic example of refined country living as it existed during the early days of the Republic and is the most intact building predating 1800 in Lancaster County.

Adults- $8
Seniors- $7
Youth (6-17)- $7
Children 5 and under- free