The Children's Museum

The Children’s Museum of Rose Hill Manor opened its doors in 1972, providing a hands-on learning approach to history. The Museum focuses on providing children opportunities to experience life in early America from learning to card wool, to grating spices to playing with toys from the past. The museum tour provides children the opportunity to learn through experimentation and role play.
  • View a timeline history of Rose Hill.
  • Rose Hill Manor Park and Museums is dedicated to providing hands-on learning experiences for children of all ages.
  • Rose Hill Manor was built in the 1790s by John and Anne Grahame. Originally known as Rose Garden, the property was renamed Rose Hill by Gov. Thomas Johnson in 1778.
  • WiFi is available inside the Manor House