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9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Through Oct.
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. in Nov.

Fall Events

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Fall Activities

Visit the Farm

Located on the banks of the Potomac, the four-acre Farm site explores George Washington’s role as a visionary farmer.

Watch costumed interpreters demonstrate Washington's innovative farming and fishing practices, hoe fields, cook over a fire, sheer sheep, and harvest crops (activities vary day to day).

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See George Washington's Tomb

Visit the final resting place of George and Martha Washington. 

Participate in a wreath-laying ceremony at select times featuring the Pledge of Allegiance and General Washington’s prayer for his country.

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Take a Stroll with Your Dog

Enjoy the mild weather on a stroll with your dog. Mount Vernon welcomes your canine friends.

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Watch a 4D Revolutionary War Movie

This fast-paced 4D film traces General Washington's important military victories during the American Revolution as cannons fire and snow falls. 

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View Our Exhibits

Meet the people who shaped Mount Vernon, including Washington and Custis family members, enslaved and hired laborers, and Vice Regents of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association, which has owned and preserved Mount Vernon since the 19th century.

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Dine at the Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant

Savor the flavors of early America at the Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant, located just footsteps from George Washington’s historic estate.

Sample our famous colonial cornbread and peanut soup.

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Get Your Tickets

Purchase online for the best Mansion tour time.

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For more things to do in Virginia, visit, 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.”