Monticello

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The home and legacy of Thomas Jefferson, America's third president, author of the Declaration of Independence and founder of the University of Virginia. 


Poplar Forest

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Thomas Jefferson's secluded retreat. Ongoing restoration and archaeology provide a rare glimpse into his genius and private life.


Michie Tavern

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Historic Michie Tavern served as the social center of its community and accommodated travelers with food, during and lodging during the 18th century.


Ash Lawn Highland

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The home of James Monroe, America's fifth president. The first guests to Highland were James and Dolley Madison.


Montpelier

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The home of James Madison, America's fourth president, father of the Constitution and architect of the bill of rights. 


Frontier Culture Museum

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The museum is a living history museum featuring five historic, reconstructed working farms representing the daily lives and agricultural heritage of the peoples who immigrated to the new world.


Pine Knot

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Teddy Roosevelt's rustic retreat for himself and wife Edith allowing both to get away from public life and enjoy recreation.