Visit the Museum and Education Center to view the fascinating array of Mount Vernon artifacts and learn more about George Washington.
The Donald W. Reynolds Museum and Education Center features 23 galleries and theaters where visitors learn about Washington through interactive displays, an action adventure movie, short films produced by The History Channel, immersive experiences, and a rich and comprehensive collection of more than 700 objects which give an unprecedented look at the personal effects of the Washington family.
See a variety of films, all included with general admission, including an immersive 4D experience.
Advanced media technology and electronics have been put to exceptionally creative uses, both enhancing visitors' enjoyment of Mount Vernon and their appreciation of the life and legacy of George Washington, in the Education Center's fourteen galleries.
Presented in the Elizabeth and David Bruce Smith Theater is a fast-paced, "4-D" multimedia production tracing Washington's important military victories at Boston, Trenton, and Yorktown.
Check out ten of our most celebrated objects in our extensive collections.
When the Mount Vernon Ladies Association purchased the estate in the 19th century, the mansion was almost completely empty... with three priceless exceptions!
See some of the great objects in Mount Vernon's collection that relate to Washington's presidency.