SAVE ONLINE!Save on select tours when purchasing onlineTo save, buy tickets online until midnight the night before your visit. There are no additional fees.
Spend a day on the beautiful grounds of Monticello and get an intimate look at Thomas Jefferson.
View Shopping CartInformation about the Local Discount
Have you always wanted to go upstairs at Monticello? Now you can.
View Shopping Cart
See Monticello through the lens of the Hemings Family, the best documented enslaved family in the United States.
Designed for families with children ages 5 to 11.
Enjoy the beauty and tranquility of Monticello and delight in the vistas of Jefferson’s little mountain at the end of the day.
Find out how the Monticello plantation operated and about the lives of individual slaves.
Explore Jefferson's lifelong interest in gardening, botany, and agriculture while enjoying the beauty and variety of Monticello's grounds.
Enjoy an intimate group setting and explore Jefferson’s mountaintop home during your own personalized tour.
Not available for online purchase. Call 434-984-9884.
Flower gardener Debbie Donley will provide the tools and inspiration for budding artists and their favorite grown-ups to discover their inner talents amid the Monticello flower gardens.
Toddlers and their adult companions will love this adventure in our Griffin Discovery Room for story time, crafts, and special activities - the perfect introduction to the world of Thomas Jefferson!
An in-depth tour and discussion of Jefferson’s “precious refreshments” in the Monticello orchard—including peaches, apples, pears, cherries, grapes, figs and more.
Annual PassVisit Monticello, including the recently opened David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center and Smith Education Center, as often as you'd like with this annual pass.
Monticello Neighborhood PassA discount combination adult ticket to tour Monticello, Ash Lawn-Highland, and Michie Tavern's Tavern Museum.
School FieldtripsThere are three great ways for schoolkids to see Monticello.
Note: Tickets are required to visit Monticello's grounds and the exhibitions and film in the David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center.