George Washington's Mount Vernon
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The historic estate includes not only the Mount Vernon Mansion - George and Martha Washington's home - but also a host of colonial era buildings, beautiful gardens, a working distillery and gristmill, and our museum and education center.
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Visit George Washington's Mount Vernon which is more than 14.7 miles from the Charming house.
The most popular historic house museum in the country. Beautiful landscape, fantastic views of the Potomac, and a step back into the life of the first president of the United States. This is an experience that should not be missed.
No history buff’s trip to D.C. is complete without a visit to George Washington’s Mount Vernon. Home to our first president and his wife Martha, this expansive eighteenth-century estate is remarkable preserved. On what is still an impressive amount of land, you’ll find their stylishly appointed…
Its a drive out into Virginia but, it worth seeing George Washington's home and farm if you have the time on a nice day. The grounds are beautiful and less hectic than a museum.
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