Mount Vernon is open daily. Learn about our policies for bags & face coverings

Mount Vernon is the historic home of America's first president, George Washington, just a short drive from Washington, DC in northern Virginia.


 
Adults (12+)
$20

 
Youth (6-11)
$12

 
Children (0-5)
FREE


General admission includes one-day admittance to the Mount Vernon estate and from April-October George Washington's Distillery & Gristmill. While we recommend at least three hours for your visit, shorter visits are also possible.

Today's Hours

New Safety Protocols

There are additional safety measures in place to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

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Hours & Directions

Mount Vernon is easily accessible by car, and parking is free.

You can also reach us by public transportation or via boat cruise, bike (bike rentals are available), and tour bus(Note: Some options may be limited at this time due to COVID-19.)

Our Street Address

3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway
Mount Vernon, VA 22121

Hours & Directions

Things to Do

There's so much to see and do at Mount Vernon that you could easily spend the day here. 

Things to Do

Where to Eat

Indoor dining is not currently available. Food can be ordered online to enjoy at our patio or purchased at our food truck. 

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Enjoy classic American favorites in a colonial-inspired setting at the Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant, or grab a quick meal at the Food Court.

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To better prepare you for your visit we have created the following video that outlines some of our new procedures.

Mount Vernon Official Visitation Guide


See what awaits you at George Washington's estate.

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"We loved our day at Mount Vernon! It was the highlight of our DC trip. The whole family said this was their favorite place we visited." - TripAdvisor Review

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Mount Vernon is located in northern Virginia, just a short drive from Washington, D.C.

For more information about things to do in Virginia, visit Virginia.org, the official tourism website for the state of Virginia. You’ll find an overview of each region in Virginia, as well as information about cultural attractions, upcoming events, and where to stay. You can also purchase merchandise featuring the official Virginia slogan, “Virginia is for Lovers.”

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Estate Hours

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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