George Washington Related Sites
George Washington's Ferry Farm Called Home House Plantation by the Washingtons, George Washington lived here much of his youth.
George Washington's Mount Vernon George Washington's estate during his adult years contained over eight thousand acres and was divided into five farms.
George Washington House in Barbados The young George Washington and his ailing brother Lawrence resided here for two months in 1751.
Sulgrave Manor, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom - Ancestral home of the Washingtons in Britain.
Other National Park sites related to George Washington
Fort Necessity National Battlefield, Farmington, Pennsylvania- Preserves the opening action in the French and Indian War in which George Washington played a major role in.
Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania- Multiple sites comprise the national park. A few play a major part in George Washington's life including, Congress Hall and the President House site.
Valley Forge National Historical Park, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania- Commemorates the winter encampment of George Washington's army during the winter of 1777-1778 during the American Revolution.
Morristown National Historical Park, Morristown, New Jersey- The site of winter encampment of the Continental Army for 1777 and 1779-1780.
Yorktown Battlefield, Yorktown, Virginia- Part of Colonial National Historical Park, this park site commemorates the victory achieved by the American and French armed forces over the British which secured American independence.
American History Sites
American Revolution Center- informational website about the American Revolution