Purchase Tickets

$27 Per Guest
Buy Now

Tour At A Glance

Indoor & OutdoorIndoor & Outdoor
Around 2.5 hoursAround 2.5 hours
Not family-friendly
Maximum 20 peopleMaximum 20 people

Featured Blog Posts

A New Discovery on Mulberry Row (Slightly Wonkish)

by Fraser D. Neiman Earlier this year, Monticello's archaeology team located the remains of a previously...More »

Waiting on Liberty: Slavery in Jefferson’s “Great House”

Weekends in February (except Feb. 15)
1 - 3:30 p.m.; meets at the Woodland Pavilion next to the Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center

This two-and-a-half-hour experience offers an in-depth look at the enslaved African Americans who worked in Thomas Jefferson’s “Great House.” Learn about the evidence that informs historiansabout enslaved individuals who lived and worked at Monticello. Visit select rooms in the house and share your own experiences and thoughts with your guide and fellow visitors as your group engages in a discussion about the significance today—and the enduring paradox—of slavery at Monticello.

+ Show guidelines

Not recommended for children 12 or younger.

Tag this

Login or register to tag items

Add comment

Login or register to post comments