Visit George Washington’s historic home and estate with a 6-hour tour of Mount Vernon from Washington, D.C. Get a glimpse of the President’s life and work as you explore an elegant mansion furnished with period antiques and Washington’s personal belongings. Browse education exhibits at the onsite museum, and visit the tomb where George and Martha Washington were buried. Learn about the legacy of slavery at Mount Vernon in the slaves’ quarters, then tour the beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds before returning to D.C.
6-hour tour of Mount Vernon from D.C.
Explore the mansion, museum and grounds
Step back in time with a history tour
Learn about George Washington's life and presidency
Enjoy the personal experience of a small-group tour
Had a great trip to Mount Vernon on Sunday 24th March.We caught the tour bus at the agreed meeting point got there and back with minimum of fuss.The driver Joe was very friendly and chatty,showing us different points of interest we passed in both directions,and giving us a lot of history of everything,including in DC.The property and grounds were very interesting to see and we enjoyed it very much.The only downside for us was the tour could do with being about one hour longer overall,as we had to rush around towards the end to see everything.This said,we would definitely do this again and would strongly recommend it to anyone.
My wife and I had a wonderful time at Mount Vernon touring President George Washingtons house.
We also took a quick tour of the city where George Washington us to hang out at.
The tour was very relaxing and the tour guide was very knowledgeable of the area.
He was also very funny and fun to be with.
There was so much to see you could actually spend a whole day there.
The tour gave us a very interesting and educational experience.
If youre ever in Washington DC you defiantly need to go on this tour.
Person who greeted us was unprofessional with offensive jokes. Tour guide was late arriving and our first stop was closed which the guide was unaware of. Guide provided little other than transportation, the few anecdotes he did contribute were inaccurate. This tour is a waste of money.
This is a wonderful landmark to see. Our guide took us there and ensured that we had necessary tickets to do the tour. Once you get past that, you can explore most of the grounds on your own at your leisure. The restaurant and restroom facilities there are well suited to accommodate people of all ages.
Vastly over priced to hitch a ride to Mt Vernon and a 4 break on the 18 entrance fee and a drive through Alexandria, Get to Mt Vernon yourself - Mt Vernon really worth it, but not worth paying 78 per person