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Once a vibrant plantation in the 18th century, George Washington's Mount Vernon estate is now one of the nation’s most visited historic sites.

Combining an authentically interpreted 18th century home, lush gardens and grounds, intriguing museum galleries, immersive programs, and first-rate dining and shopping, Mount Vernon is an incomparable national treasure.

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Historic Area

Historic Area

Explore the mansion and over a dozen historic outbuildings in the historic area of Mount Vernon, including the blacksmith shop, stables, and more.

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Estate Map

Estate Map

Explore an interactive map of the entire Mount Vernon grounds, including the historic area and modern facilities.

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Mount Vernon Virtual Tour

Now you can wander historic Mount Vernon virtually

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Mount Vernon Today

History might mostly remember him as a general in the Revolutionary War, or the first President, but George Washington was much more than that. His legacy is reflected today at his home, Mount Vernon.

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