There are books, museums, U.S. currency and even Broadway musicals (“Hamilton”) that remember America’s Founding Fathers. But if you want to get a feel for how they lived, see where they lived. Check out a half-dozen homes of Founding Fathers that you can still visit today.
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Location: Mount Vernon, Virginia
Mount Vernon was in Washington’s family since 1674. He became the owner in 1754.
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Location: Charlottesville, Virginia
Monticello was begun in 1769, with additional remodeling and expansion taking place at various periods through 1809.