This 15-minute visually rich introductory film explores Jefferson's ideas and accomplishments, especially his core concepts about liberty, and highlights Monticello's central importance to his life and work.
The David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center and Smith Education Center serves as the 21st-century gateway to Jefferson's timeless Monticello, with multiple components that transform the visitor experience by preparing guests for their trips to the historic mountaintop through dynamic content presenting fresh perspectives on Monticello and the enduring significance of Jefferson's life and ideas.
Explore Jefferson's ideas on improving various aspects of life at the Monticello house and plantation through the application of social, intellectual, economic, and technological advances.through the application of social, intellectual, economic, and technological advances.
Explore the architectural origins, construction, and four-decade evolution of the Monticello house, widely regarded as one of the icons of American architecture.
A video version the Life of Sally Hemings exhibit will be available in the Robert H. and Clarice Smith Gallery while access to the South Wing of Monticello remains limited. Click the link to above to see the video in online companion to the exhibit.