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. Terence R. McAuliffe, Virginia’s 72nd governor, is the 55th governor to reside in the mansion.
James Barbour was the first governor to reside in the Executive Mansion. Barbour served during the period of the War of 1812 and was commander-in-chief of Virginia’s militia forces. He later served as a U.S. Senator and as the U.S. Secretary of War.
Terence R. McAuliffe (D) is the fifty-fifth governor to reside in the Executive Mansion and Virginia’s 72nd governor.