Rock Ford Plantation
881 Rockford Road
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602
Historic Rock Ford is open for limited tours, Tuesday, -Friday, at 10 am, 12 pm and 2 pm. The mansion will remain closed for tours on weekends.
Information regarding the opening: https://historicrockford.org/hours-of-operation/
Opening Summer 2020: The John J. Snyder, Jr. Gallery of Early Lancaster County Decorative Arts at Rock Ford: https://rockfordplantation.org/about-us/coming-spring-of-2020-the-john-j-snyder-jr-gallery-of-early-lancaster-county-decorative-arts-at-rock-ford/
~Listen to the podcasts: https://rockfordplantation.org/podcasts/
Historic Rock Ford exists to promote knowledge of the life and times of Revolutionary War General Edward Hand for the cultural and educational benefit of the public. Edward Hand, his mansion house, its collections and its grounds provide a multitude of subjects related to life in Early America to explore.
The mansion is on the National Register of Historic Places and is recorded in the Historic American Building Survey. Rock Ford is widely considered to be one of the most important examples of Georgian domestic architecture surviving in Pennsylvania and the most intact building predating 1800 in Lancaster County. The mansion’s elegant rooms are furnished with an outstanding collection of period furnishings and decorative arts.