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    Tour Mount Vernon by Candlelight

  • Dates:
    12/10/2021, 12/11/2021, 12/19/2021
  • Time:
    5:30 PM
  • Admission:
    Members: $26 adult, $18 youth Non-members: $36 adult, $28 youth
  • Location:
  • Address:
    3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, Mount Vernon, VA 22121
  • Phone:

Guided Tours of George Washington’s estate by Candlelight.
Visit with Mrs. Washington and other 18th-century residents of Mount Vernon in a 45-minute candlelit tour of the historic area at Mount Vernon, followed by a reception with live music, cider, and cookies.
Costumed character actors portraying George Washington’s family, friends, and enslaved or hired staff will share stories of Christmases’ past. 
Discover the dining and hospitality traditions of 18th-century Virginia as you visit the Slave Quarters, outbuildings, and Washington’s Mansion.