Take a virtual tour of the park through this photo gallery.
Built to commemorate the birthplace of George Washington, this monument was erected in 1896 by the U.S. War Department.
Multiple generations of the Washington family are buried here, including George Washington's father, grandparents and great-grandparents.
The waterways surrounding George Washington Birthplace National Monument were important to Native Americans and Europeans alike.
The hogs, sheep, and cattle in the park are heritage breeds, similar to the breeds that would have been familiar to the Washingtons.
The Log House was originally designed to offer refreshment and overnight accommodations to park visitors.
Planned and created during the Colonial Revival period in 1930, the garden today is maintained by the Northern Neck Master Gardeners.
The Spinning and Weaving Shop is used to demonstrate eighteenth century crafts.
The park museum collection contains artifacts from Native Americans, Europeans, and enslaved African Americans.
Special events are offered throughout the year at George Washington Birthplace National Monument.
Last updated: September 8, 2021
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