3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway
Mount Vernon, VA
Travel By Metro/Bus
Take the Washington, D.C., Metro rail's Yellow Line train to Huntington Station in Virginia. Exit at the lower level (Huntington Avenue) of the station to catch a Fairfax Connector bus to Mount Vernon. Board the Fairfax Connector Bus #101 (Fort Hunt Line) at Huntington Station for a 20-minute trip to Mount Vernon.
Call Metro at (202) 637-7000 for more information on the trains. Call Fairfax Connector at (703) 339-7200 for more information on buses.
Gray Line Bus Tours from Washington, D.C depart daily from Gray Line Terminal at Union Station in Washington, D.C., at 8:00 a.m. Visit Gray Line or call (202) 289-1995 for more information.
Tourmobile Sightseeing Tours from Washington, D.C., and Arlington, Virginia depart daily from the Tourmobile Station at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, at 11:00 a.m., June 15 - Labor Day. Visit Tourmobile or call (202) 554-5100 for more information.
Include a cruise down the Potomac River in your visit to Mount Vernon! Spirit Cruises (www.cruisemountvernon.com) offers seasonal boat transportation from Washington, D.C., and the Potomac Riverboat Company (www.potomacriverboatco.com) cruises to Mount Vernon from Old Town Alexandria and National Harbor.
You can also visit Mount Vernon by bike and return by boat. Start your day in Old Town at Bike and Roll Alexandria where you will be fitted for a bike and provided with a lock, helmet, and trail map to navigate your way along the Mount Vernon Trail to Historic Mount Vernon. Lock your bikes and spend the day leisurely exploring the estate. In the afternoon, board the Miss Christin for a narrated boat cruise back to Old Town. Price includes bike rental/bike pick-up at Mount Vernon, admission to Mount Vernon and the return boat ticket. Tickets may be purchased from Bike and Roll. Reservations are required at least 24 hours prior to departure. Please call 703.548.7655 to reserve or visit www.bikethesites.com.