- Round-trip cruise from Washington DC to Mt. Vernon
- Narrated onboard tour of the Potomac River and it's famous historic landmarks
- Admission and tour of George Washington's estate and gardens
- 3 hours to explore the 45-acre (18-hectare) estate
Recent Photos of This Tour
Wife and kids on the lawn at ...Photo by: Jeff E
George Washington shared ...Photo by: Cindy Yee A
a beautful dayPhoto by: scruff
Magnolia trees!Photo by: Laura Waters
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Ireland, 10 2012
DSCF6957Photo by: lovelyjubblydublin
Ireland, 10 2012
What You Can Expect
Arriving at Mount Vernon you'll be fascinated by the sheer beauty of the grounds and come to understand why the beloved home of George and Martha Washington has been declared a National Historic Landmark. You'll get to retrace the footsteps of George Washington by visiting the main mansion, slave quarters, kitchen, stables and greenhouse.
Your Mount Vernon visit will be for three hours so don't forget to stroll the four gardens, hike the Forest Trail, and explore the George Washington Pioneer Farmer site. For your dining pleasure this spectacular estate also hosts a range of restaurants.
This day cruise to Mount Vernon is a sightseeing tour from Washington that should not be missed, so book now for a cultural, historical and fun activity!
This was a very scenic, interesting, and pleasant way to get to Mt. Vernon. The pier was very easy to find and a very short walk from the Waterfront Metro Station. The narration was quite interesting and there was a lot more to see along the river than I expected. There were several breaks in the narration so you could enjoy the scenery. Mt. Vernon itself is well worth a visit. You are given a ticket when you disembark that tells you the time of your tour and the system worked very well. We were able to see everything, did not feel rushed, and learned a lot from the docents. A wide variety of food options is available for lunch. There are several outbuildings and gardens to visits depending on one's interest. If I have any criticism - and it is very slight - it is that I wish we had had about half an hour more at Mt. Vernon. Ran out of time to really experience the gardens. As usual, very good value for the money.
Wonderful day out - and an experience to remember