• In Bloom at the Birthplace

    George Washington Birthplace

    National Monument Virginia

Things To Do

Visitor Center includes exhibits, film, bookstore, and restrooms.

Ranger talks offered on the hour 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Living Colonial Farm features heritage livestock and tobacco.

Special events offer costumed interpreters and demonstrations.

Washington Family Burial Ground.

Picnic area with tables, grills, pavilion and restrooms.

One mile loop Nature Trail accessed at the picnic area.

The Potomac River beach offers view of the river and Maryland, walking, sunbathing, and fishing.

Pets are not allowed in the Historic Area. In all other parts of the park please remember to keep your pets on leashes at ALL times while hiking, walking or jogging . We hope you enjoy visiting YOUR National Park!


Did You Know?

fancy calligraphy signature of John Washington on greyish wine bottle

George Washington Birthplace National Monument includes the site of the second farm of George Washington’s great-grandfather John Washington who immigrated to America in 1656. More...