Liberia's grounds (8601 Portner Avenue in Manassas) are open during daylight hours. Liberia house is only open for special tours and events.
What Has Been Restored So Far?
What Are Restoration Plans?
Thanks to the SWIFT Corporation for a $25,000 sponsorship that supported the beautification of the City of Manassas by planting 100 trees at local schools and parks. Thanks to this generous contribution, trees were planted at: Baldwin and Weems Elementary Schools; Metz Middle School; Cavalry Run, Liberia House, Mayfield Fort, and Winterset Parks.
See how a donation of documents is helping us tell more about the Liberia story
Read the Washington Post article about Liberia's enslaved
This photo is believed to be Nellie Naylor, one of the enslaved of Liberia House.
Want to Learn More?
All sales of Manassas, A Postcard History, and Liberia Plantation, Sentry of the Ages benefit the Liberia Restoration Fund. See never before published images and enjoy some surprising stories about Liberia and Manassas at Echoes at the Train Depot.
Liberia is part of the Northern Virginia Graffiti Trail.