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Estate

Founded by Marjorie Post

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Museum

The mansion that became a museum

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Japanese-style garden in fall
Gardens

Thirteen Acres of Formal Gardens

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events
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Hillwood Gala Backdrop

Join Hillwood for a celebratory black tie gala.

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Archival photograph of Marjorie Post with her two eldest daughters, Adelaide and Eleanor

Delve deeper into the evening ensembles, jewelry, day suits, and swimwear that made Marjorie Post and her two oldest daughters sensations in the fashion press during the Roaring Twenties.

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Roaring Twenties exhibition logo featuring a woman in 1920s style dress

The Harlem Renaissance comprised a tidal shift of Black consciousness. Explore when, where and how it began, and what came next in Black cultural history.

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Rich Soil at Hillwood

Calling all Brownies and Juniors! Earn your Girl Scout Outdoor Art badge, with outdoor art-making inspired by the sculpture exhibition Kristine Mays: Rich Soil.

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Archival aerial view of Hillwood
Hillwood's Rich Soil

Kristine Mays: Rich Soil invites us to remember and honor the ancestors who walked on this land before us. 

Hillwood gratefully acknowledges the Nacotchtank, Piscataway, and Pamunkey, the Native peoples on whose ancestral lands we stand, as well as the diverse and vibrant Native communities who make their homes near us today. 

Learn more about those who previously walked Hillwood's land.

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Rich Soil at Hillwood

Special Exhibition On View Now

Kristine Mays: Rich Soil
hillwood 9201

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Explore Hillwood from Home

Hillwood has reopened, but you can continue to enjoy the museum and gardens from home through our comprehensive digital offerings, including the extensive online collection, educational video library, and immersive mobile app. Follow Hillwood on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter for daily content.

Highlights from the Collection
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swivel chair
Swivel Chair

Claude Sené, ca. 1785

 

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Pendant Brooch
Pendant Brooch

Cartier, 1928

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Soup Tureen and Platter
Soup Tureen and Platter

Sèvres, 1754

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Nuptial Crown
Nuptial Crown

1884

For Empress Alexandra for her wedding to Nicholas II

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Orlov
Pieces from the Orlov Service

Imperial Porcelain Factory

1762-1765

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Music Box
Music Box

Fabergé

1907

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A Boyar Wedding Feast
A Boyar Wedding Feast

Konstantin Makovsky

St. Petersburg, 1883

Full Collection

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