Autumn at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello is a spectacular melding of foliage colors, crop harvests, and historical lessons about the Third President and his place among the Founding Fathers.

The view from the mountaintop is beautiful in all seasons, but there’s something special about fall.

With hues of orange, crimson, and gold as far as the eye can see… it’s breathtaking. This year the foliage is predicted to peak in late October and early November, with higher elevations changing color earlier. Don’t miss your chance to see it in person!