George Washington’s Mount Vernon

3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway Mount Vernon, Virginia 22121
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The Mansion of George Washington’s Mount Vernon is one of the most iconic 18th-century homes in America.

George Washington’s beloved Mount Vernon began as a one and one-half story farmhouse built in 1735 by his father, Augustine, and received its well-known name during the ownership of his half-brother Lawrence. George acquired Mount Vernon in 1754, and over the next 45 years slowly enlarged the dwelling to create the resplendent 21-room residence we see today.

Mount Vernon is an iconic American landmark – an enduring reminder of the life and legacy of the Father of Our Country. Once a vibrant plantation in the 18th century, the 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.

Learn more at: http://www.mountvernon.org/

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