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Welcome to Virginia's Executive Mansion

Welcome to Virginia's Executive Mansion, home to Virginia's governors since 1813, and the oldest governor's residence in the country still used for its original purpose. Governor Glenn Youngkin and First Lady Suzanne S. Youngkin are the 57th residents of the Mansion.


At Richmond’s Executive Mansion — the nation’s oldest, purpose-built governor’s mansion — the new year presents an opportunity to continue the centuries-old tradition of welcoming Virginians and visitors. Stay up to date on what's happening at the Mansion in 2024.

To view last year's holiday event theme and decor, visit Holidays at the Mansion.

Governor Glenn Youngkin and the First Lady pose with a group inside the Executive Mansion. Those in the foreground are wearing traditional cultural dress.
The First Lady and Governor bend down to greet a young girl holding an Easter egg inside the Mansion.
The First Lady poses holding Girl Scout cookies with a group of women and a Girl Scout inside the Mansion.
First Lady Suzanne S. Youngkin poses with three girls in front of a painting of a horse.
Hispanic Heritage Month.
Left to right: First Lady Suzanne S. Youngkin, Andrew Small, Ashlee Watkins, Governor Glenn Youngkin.
Hispanic Heritage Month.
Former and current Virginia Governors, First Ladies and guests pose for a photo inside Virginia's Executive Mansion.
Welcome Message from the First Family


Tours are available every Tuesday and Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

No appointment is necessary. 


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