Always a beautiful historic site. Get your tickets early for tours or try to reserve online ahead of time. You can walk around the outside without a tour but can't go inside. Lots to see.
Gardens and view
Great tour but house is way smaller than you think. Beautiful grounds and great way to spend the day.
I questioned weather the price for the behind the scenes would be worth it........IT Was!!! I'm so glad we did it. Small group tours that all through the house. Don't hesitate, book it!
Go during the different seasons. It's worth the trip
Discount: locals get in free with a paying adult guest!
Try the smoked salmon eggs Benedict. You get the best of both worlds!
TJ's casa, pretty neat
If you grew up here, you've been here a million times on school trips. Somehow, though, you'll always learn something new.
The slavery and grounds and gardens tours are worth taking if you've got the time. A great way to learn about more than the house.
Tom's home and grounds.
A place every American should visit once to understand the full story of the genesis of our country, good and bad.
Spend the entire day there to get your money's worth, if you just go on the house tour it is bit expensive.
$25 per adult, just to get on the grounds. House tours require a timed ticket.
Great tour guides! So knowledgable and interactive when with the kids! Liesle was a great tour guide😃
Favorite president - hands down!!! Check out the painting of Salomé in the parlor and the impressive library. Rebecca is a sensational tour guide!!
Worth the price
Be ready to pay $24 for each adult. We were not.
Locals are half-price when bringing out-of-towners.
Very popular place! Plan your day and get there early or you may wait hours to get a tour of Thomas Jefferson's house.
Just beautiful. My husband to the slavery tour and really enjoyed. Will go back again.
One of my favorites places! Go on a tour, see the gardens, take a good look at the magnificent views, go visit the cemetery. Do whatever! There is a lot to see and do here! :)
Thomas Jefferson was a genius and a great American. He funded his own Presidential staff and purchased his own furniture. This non-profit organization receives no government funding for preservation.
Behind the scene tour worth every penny.
Pick up some freedom in the gift shop.
Don't miss the two outdoor tours: the slavery tour of Mullberry row and the garden tour!
Make sure you have some good walking shoes !! Fantastic place.......what a brillant man Thomas Jefferson was.
Beautiful! Slavery tour is super long though…
It's expensive, but pay the extra money for the new "secret tour." You get to see the 2nd and 3rd floors and the incredible dome room.
Definitely walk the grounds and check out the lower level.
Shirley Freeman is a wealth of knowledge.
Let T.J. hook you up with one of his "ladies," and a big roll of hemp. That dude knows how to party, since he smokes about four feet of rope a day.
Take both the house tour and the behind-the-scenes tour! I took this in the 3rd Floor dome room!
Pretty disappointing that visitors can't even see the grounds without a $24 ticket.
Great tour. Military go in free until labor day
Starts every hour on the hour.
Monticello is the only historic house in the U.S. on the United Nations' World Heritage List!
Take the shuttle up before your appointed time to take some photos.
Ask the manager to tell you about the ghosts!
Here on an 88 degree day in early April...
Explore Jefferson’s home and grounds of Monticello to see the only house in America listed on the United Nations’ prestigious World Heritage list.
Be sure to check out the Gallery before you go up to the house, it gives you a greater appreciation of the architecture. They also leave a lot of these comments out in the tour.
Monticello was founded in 1923 by the Jefferson Foundation. It has over 2,500 acres of Jefferson’s original land which includes many historical plant varieties that Jefferson himself had collected as