Visit the estate of our first president, George Washington. Located just outside of Washington, D.C., Mount Vernon is open every day of the year.
Tour the Mansion that George Washington shared with his wife, Martha. First floor only. Requires timed Mansion tour ticket, available during online checkout.
Explore the grounds. View the estate’s four gardens and more than a dozen historic outbuildings. An audio tour, included with admission, shares little-known facts about 29 sites on the estate.
Take the free Enslaved People of Mount Vernon tour. Learn about the daily lives of the enslaved community who lived and worked at Mount Vernon. Offered on select days.
Visit George Washington’s tomb. See the final resting place of George and Martha Washington.
See George Washington’s sword and other original objects in the museum galleries. A replica of Martha Washington’s wedding dress is also on display.
Experience Virginia hospitality at the Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant. Try the famous peanut soup and sample George Washington’s whiskey. Indoor and outdoor dining is available.
Face coverings are required indoors and when social distancing cannot be maintained outdoors.
Clear bags are recommended. Bags must meet size limits.
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