Mount Vernon Estate
Mount Vernon was the beloved home of George and Martha Washington from the time of their marriage in 1759 until General Washington's death in 1799. He worked tirelessly to expand his plantation from 2,000 acres to 8,000 and the mansion house from six rooms to twenty-one.
Visitors are invited to tour the Mansion house and more than a dozen outbuildings including the slave quarters, kitchen, stables, and greenhouse. Stroll four different gardens, hike the Forest Trail, and explore the George Washington: Pioneer Farmer site, a four-acre working farm that includes a recreation of Washington's 16-sided treading barn. The George Washington Museum and the Archaeology & Restoration Museum are open daily, in addition to a variety of seasonal walking tours and special activities.
Mount Vernon Inn
Dine colonial style at the charming Mount Vernon Inn restaurant featuring colonial servers and delicious regional and colonial cuisine.
Meal Loaf with Mushroom Gravy
Colonial Turkey Pye
Birthday Cake for dessert
All meals include: salad, dessert, and non-alcoholic beverage.
Menu subject to change