Prepare for your visit by touring four of Monticello's public rooms.
Jefferson grew 330 vegetable varieties in Monticello's 1000-foot-long garden terrace.
The Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello engages a national and global audience in a dialogue with Jefferson’s ideas.
Find out what Monticello's archaeologists have been discovering in the South Pavilion, one of the earliest structures on the mountaintop.
Monticello was home not only to the Jefferson family, but to workers, black and white, enslaved and free.
Our new tour where we ask the question, "Are we living in a Jeffersonian or Hamiltonian world today?"
A celebration of Thomas Jefferson's agricultural and epicurean legacy on Monticello's iconic West Lawn.
Check out the latest videos featuring Monticello's guides.
Most weekdays, June 19 - July 21. Join Archaeologists on a 50-minute tour of the ongoing excavations outside the South Pavilion and learn about exciting new discoveries.
Thomas Jefferson is one of the most frequently quoted (and misquoted) figures in American history. Search this extensive collection of quotes by and about Thomas Jefferson—all fully verified and cited by the editors of the Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series.
Help safeguard and share the mountaintop and the mind of Thomas Jefferson—for all people, for all time.
"Thomas Jefferson’s astounding home and gardens reflect his skills as an architect and gardener, not to mention his boundless curiosity." - Southern Living Magazine