Mulberry Row: Monticello’s Main Street
Discover the sights and sounds of Mulberry Row, Monticello’s main plantation road, during our Mulberry Row: Monticello’s Main Street weekends. Mulberry Row was the hub of the plantation’s domestic and light manufacturing activities performed largely by Thomas Jefferson’s enslaved African American workers. This four-part series offers a visual and interactive interpretation of Mulberry Row. Held on four weekends from June through October each program offers a different glimpse into life on the plantation. Topics include gardening, crafts, culture and animal husbandry.
Sept. 10-11: African American Storytelling and Music at Monticello
Mulberry Row comes to life as costumed interpreters recount stories of the plantation and music comes back to the main plantation hub. Kids can enjoy games, storybooks, crafts and other hands-on activities in our Mountaintop Activities Center. Join guided tours of Mulberry Row and learn more about the lives of enslaved African Americans who lived and worked there.