This exhibition gives voice to the many enslaved families who built and maintained Monticello and highlights the stories of six families who, along with others, lived in slavery at Jefferson’s home and plantation for generations. January 18 - April 18 at the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia in Richmond's historic Jackson Ward District.
Robert H. and Clarice Smith Gallery at the David M. Rubenstein Visitor CenterAll Day
On display at Monticello's visitor center: Portraits of Frederick Douglass, John Lewis and Fannie Lou Hamer by American artist Robert Shetterly as part of the “Americans Who Tell the Truth” series begun in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Towers.
Monticello guests can see Bill Barker as Thomas Jefferson, most weeks Tuesday through Saturday during regularly scheduled programming.
We offer a variety of daily tours and experiences at Monticello. Find a tour that suits your interests!
1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.Tour
See Monticello through the lens of the Hemings Family, the best documented enslaved family in the United States. $28 (online price).