Monticello, Thomas Jefferson Country 1-Day Tour from Washington DC

  • Tour code: 043-285
  • Available: Tue, Fri
  • Depart from: Washington, DC
  • Duration: 11 Hours 30 Minutes
From USD$150

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Travel to Charlottesville, Virginia and view the panoramic scenery en route to the University of Virginia, one of Thomas Jefferson's architectural design masterpieces. Stop by the historic Michie Tavern.

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  • Infants aged 2 years and under are free of charge
  • Children ages 3 to 11 eligible for child discount price
  • Tour Itinerary

    • Day 1 Charlottesville
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    Day 1 Charlottesville

    Passengers will be picked up in Washington, DC at 8:00am. Today we will head to Charlottesville, VA to visit Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, President, surveyor, musician and artist.

    We will also tour the famous Michie Tavern, with the option to purchase lunch on your own.

    The highlight of our tour of the spectacular estate will be the Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center and Smith Education Center, the new gateway to Monticello, will offer visitors greatly enhanced services and amenities while engaging them in Thomas Jefferson's life, times, and lasting legacies through a new introductory film, four innovative exhibitions, and a hands-on discovery room.

    At the end of the day, we will return to the departure point for dropoff. See "Departure and Return Details" for more information.

    Charlottesville is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The University of Virginia, the first public university in the United States founded by Thomas Jefferson, is located in the city. Jefferson's house in Monticello, Charlottesville attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. For these reasons, the city becomes the epitome of American culture and history.

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      The estate known as Monticello served as the primary home of Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States and writer of the Declaration of Independence. In addition to being his adult home, Jefferson was buried on the estate.




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