Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens

Mount Vernon was the beloved home of George and Martha Washington from the time of their marriage in 1759 until General Washington's death in 1799. He worked tirelessly to expand his plantation from 2,000 acres to 8,000 and the mansion house from six rooms to twenty one. Visitors are invited to tour the Mansion house and more than a dozen outbuildings including the slave quarters, kitchen, stables, and greenhouse. Stroll four different gardens, hike the Forest Trail, and explore the George Washington: Pioneer Farmer site, a four-acre working farm that includes a re-creation of Washington's 16-sided treading barn. George and Martha Washington rest in peace in the tomb where wreath laying ceremonies are held daily, and the Slave Memorial and Burial Ground is nearby. The Donald W. Reynolds Museum and Education Center and the Ford Orientation Center include 25 new theaters and galleries that tell the detailed story of George Washington's life. More than 500 original artifacts, eleven History Channel videos, and immersion theater experiences illuminate the remarkable story of the first American hero. Plan to spend at least several hours touring Mount Vernon. You will discover plenty of activities to fill an entire day, but many visitors plan to see all Mount Vernon offers with a return trip. Visit the "Insider's Tips" page for more touring suggestions.

3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway

Mount Vernon, VA

Year Round
Admission Fee
Phone Number:
(703) 780-2000
Upcoming Events at this Venue:
Nov 29, 2019 - Nov 30, 2019
Dec 06, 2019 - Dec 07, 2019
Dec 13, 2019 - Dec 14, 2019
This info may change due to circumstances,
please verify details before venturing out.
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