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About George Washington's Estate Mount Vernon, Washington D. C.

The Mount Vernon estate which belonged to the American President George Washington has now become a popular tourist attraction. There are a lot of activities to do as well as places to see here in the sprawling area.

George has been buried here and you can see his house. It is also possible to see the house he lived in which was called “The Mansion”. There are also several smaller old school buildings all over the area. Even though the area was huge Washington had kept to the rustic lifestyle of having farm animals and stables which still exist. More importantly, the place has embraced the modern way of open thought and a memorial for the slaves who worked and died at the place has also been built.

There are also a bunch of options to eat authentic American food as well as other cuisines at this place. You also have the option of taking a candlelit tour through the estate. Since it sits by the Potomac river, the lovely water source can be seen through a ride in a small cruise ship. There is a lot to do so do plan a whole day around it.

If you are an American history buff then George Washington’s Estate is one attraction that you should not miss out on. Being a popular attraction, expect long queues when you go to buy tickets for George Washington’s Estate on the spot. To avoid such delays, just go online and purchase tickets for George Washington’s Estate in advance. Also group George Washington’s Estate tickets for tours to get better offers and also find out all details of George Washington’s Estate ticket prices beforehand itself.

George Washington's Estate Mount Vernon Information

  • Mount Vernon is not connected by any metro. You can take metro to Huntington Station and exchange to the Fairfax Connectingbus #101 to Mount Vernon.
  • Ticket prices for general admission have been given. Any activity you choose will have separate charges.

How To Get To George Washington's Estate Mount Vernon by Public Transport

  • Historic Mount Vernon

Restaurants Near George Washington's Estate Mount Vernon

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Address: 3200 Mt Vernon Memorial Hwy, Mt Vernon, VA 22121, United States

Phone: +1-7037802000

Ticket Price: 17 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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Mount Vernon Bike Trail: Independent Tour with Optional Potomac River Cruise
View Deal Mount Vernon Bike Trail: Independent Tour with Opt... 29 Reviews | Duration: Varies From USD 43.2/person

On this independent bike tour from Old Town Alexandria, enjoy views of the Potomac River as you cycle along the scenic Mount Vernon Trail to historic Mount Vernon Estate, George Washington’s famous 18th-century home. Explore the stately mansion, gorgeous gardens and fascinating educational exhibits at your leisure, and hop back on your bike for your return trip or upgrade to relax on a narrated Potomac River cruise back to Alexandria. This is a fun, active and scenic way to experience Mount Vernon.

Washington DC Supersaver: Mount Vernon and Arlington National Cemetery Tour
View Deal Washington DC Supersaver: Mount Vernon and Arlingt... 305 Reviews | Duration: 9 hours From USD 94.52/person

Take a full-day tour from Washington DC to Mount Vernon and Arlington National Cemetery, two of Virginia’s most popular attractions! On this great-value day trip, you'll tour Mount Vernon, George Washington’s home, and explore Arlington National Cemetery, where you’ll see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and visit memorials including the Marine Corps Memorial.

2-Day Grand Tour of Washington DC
View Deal 2-Day Grand Tour of Washington DC 87 Reviews | Duration: 2 days From USD 135.03/person

See the most famous landmarks in Washington DC on this 2-day coach and tram tour. Visit top DC attractions including the White House Visitor Center, US Capitol, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, and enjoy in-depth visits to the Smithsonian and Mount Vernon. Then, take a tram ride to Arlington National Cemetery, and witness the Changing of the Guard ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Throughout your tour, hear colorful anecdotes and fascinating trivia about Washington DC's many monuments and memorials from your knowledgeable guides.

Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Cruise
View Deal Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Cruise 49 Reviews | Duration: 60 minutes From USD 23.28/person

See Washington DC like never before on a mesmerizing nighttime cruise along the Potomac River. Admire DC’s most famous monuments and landmarks including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial and Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, all beautifully illuminated against the night sky. Your modern boat offers a full bar and atmospheric music, along with a climate-controlled indoor cabin and outdoor viewing deck. This is the most scenic way to view the capital's impressive skyline -- the reflections off the water are an unforgettable sight for tourists and locals alike!

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  • It was a truly wonderful experience. Reasonable prices for entry. We went during a special event weekend the colonial market and fair. It was a great visit, very educational. We enjoyed just walking the grounds at our own leasuire. Be sure an pay attention, you can walk in and look into most buildings on the grounds. If we come back we will definitely make time for a full day, to explore all the attractions. The standard tour was very enjoyable. Be sure and wear comfortable shoes. Also, the grounds are dog friendly, except for the mansion and museum.

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  • There is so much to do here.  I've been to DC many times but usually did not have a car or was not wanting to spend money so I've never been here before.  Let me tell you, you will not regret going here.  You can easily spend all day here.  My wife and I got there at 1pm and left when the museum closed at 6pm rushed through it and we didn't even see the gristmill or distillery!  We could have easily spent 8 hours here.  When you get in make sure to look at the calendar for the day so you can plan when to be where.  If you want to see the weaving for example, it's a walk from the mansion so make sure you're in that area when it starts.  Do not miss out on the museum either.  There are multiple movies and tons of good information there.  In the museum alone expect to spend almost 2 hours.  If you've been to Monticello this place is much bigger, highly highly recommend this as something to do outside of the normal National Mall activities in DC.

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  • Amazing! Must stop for locals and tourists! You can do the home, out-buildings, tomb, and pioneer farm in 3 hours if you are efficient. Short sightseeing boat trips are offered, however I suggest coming to Mount Vernon via boat instead of car to avoid ticket lines. The Distillery and Grist Mill is worth the extra $5 - it's amazing to see a working mill and learn about whiskey production during George Washington's time (and they still make whiskey in that manner today!). If you come by boat you probably won't have time to go to the Grist Mill. Check the event calendar - Martha and George reenactments are a must see. Also, Mansion tours during after-hours are more informative. Some parts are seasonal, they open the 3rd floor only in January and in the summer and spring the Pioneer Farm is more active.

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  • Great place to spend the day. Would definitely recommend getting there as soon as they open. There's a lot to do. Dave, at the wharf, was very friendly and VERY accommodating. Also, the guide who did the National Treasure tour was funny and incredibly knowledgeable. Everything, inside and out, is beautifully maintained. There's a lot of walking, but trails are shaded, and there are plenty of places to stop.

  • Spend the day. I thought we could see everything within 4 hours - no way!! The gardens were amazing. The audio tour was very good. I would avoid early morning arrival, especially during the school year. Many school groups tour the grounds and house from 9am to 11:30am (10 min house tour). The earliest public tour is around 11:45am (30 min house tour). You can only enter the house once - so make it count! We went in the Spring, perfect temp moderate crowds - I'm assuming Summer is a different story.

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