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Live Virtual Tour of Monticello

by  Thomas Jefferson's Monticello

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On this hour-long virtual tour, a Monticello guide will lead your students in real-time through the first floor of Thomas Jefferson’s mountaintop home. Learn about Thomas Jefferson and his ideas that helped shape a nation, Monticello as an architectural icon and the stories of the free and enslaved people who lived and labored on this plantation.

PLEASE NOTE THIS PROGRAM CAN ONLY BE BOOKED ON TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS DURING THE 2023 - 2024 SCHOOL YEAR. 

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Cost

Multipoint: $20.00
Multipoint Premium: $20.00
View Only: 20.00
View Only Premium: $20.00
Point to Point: $20.00
Point to Point Premium: $20.00
By Request: $20.00
By Request Premium: $20.00


Pricing: This one-hour tour is $20 and exclusively uses Zoom to connect. The cost of this program is waived for Title I schools.
PLEASE NOTE THIS PROGRAM CAN ONLY BE BOOKED ON TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS DURING THE 2023 - 2024 SCHOOL YEAR.

Length

60 minutes


Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) Kindergarten, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Teacher(s)/Educator(s), Adult Learners, Homeschool/Family

Minimum participants:

10

Maximum participants:

There is no maximum


Primary Disciplines

Culture, Social Studies/History


Program Delivery Mode

Google Hang Out
Zoom
Microsoft Teams



Booking Information

Scheduling for the 2023 - 2024 school year begins August 28. PLEASE NOTE THIS PROGRAM CAN ONLY BE BOOKED ON TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS DURING THE 2023 - 2024 SCHOOL YEAR.

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Receive this program and 9 more for one low price when you purchase the CILC Virtual Expeditions package. Learn more

For more information contact CILC at (507) 388-3672

Provider's Cancellation Policy

Cancellations will be accepted within 48 hours of scheduled trips.

PLEASE NOTE THIS PROGRAM CAN ONLY BE BOOKED ON TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS DURING THE 2023 - 2024 SCHOOL YEAR.

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Thomas Jefferson's Monticello

Charlottesville, VA
United States

Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s plantation near Charlottesville, Va., was the center of his world. At Monticello, you will learn about Thomas Jefferson and his ideas that helped shape a nation, Monticello as an architectural icon and the stories of the free and enslaved people who lived and labored on this plantation.


Monticello is owned and operated by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, a private nonprofit corporation and was opened as a public attraction in 1924. Since then, the Foundation has instituted numerous research and educational programs and major restoration and renovation projects, and Monticello has attracted more than 27 million people.


Today, the Thomas Jefferson Foundation remains committed to a twofold mission:


  • preservation -- to conserve, protect, and maintain Monticello in a manner which leaves it enhanced and unimpaired for future generations -- and

  • education -- to interpret and present Thomas Jefferson to the widest possible audiences, including scholars and the general public.


Monticello is a National Historic Landmark and the only house in the United States designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.


From digital learning experiences with Monticello educators to onsite professional development opportunities, we offer a variety of programming for teachers and students at Monticello.


Visit www.monticello.org for more from Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello.

Contact:
Digital Learning
digital.learning@monticello.org
4349847585

Program Details

Format

On this hour-long virtual tour, a Monticello guide will lead your students in real-time through the first floor of Thomas Jefferson’s mountaintop home.

PLEASE NOTE THIS PROGRAM CAN ONLY BE BOOKED ON TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS DURING THE 2023 - 2024 SCHOOL YEAR.

Objectives

Learn about Thomas Jefferson's ideas that helped shaped a nation.
Learn about Monticello as an architectural icon
Find out about Monticello as a plantation that was supported by enslaved labor