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Beautiful and informative

We learned alot from the demonstrations along the row. The history of each slave home and what... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2016
Lover2010
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Lakes Region, NH
Interesting part of Monticello

Just to be clear, I'm not sure why Mulberry Row has its own Trip Advisor page. This is really just... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2016
Benjamin C
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A part of the Monticello Plantation where nearly 130 slaves lived, with tours available.
  • Excellent63%
  • Very good30%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“sad history” (2 reviews)
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Charlottesville, VA
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Reviewed 13 September 2016

We learned alot from the demonstrations along the row. The history of each slave home and what they had to endure each day to make Jeffersons home to his ideal was inspiring. The home would not be what it was or is today without the...More

Thank Lover2010
Reviewed 7 September 2016

Just to be clear, I'm not sure why Mulberry Row has its own Trip Advisor page. This is really just a part of the grounds on the Jefferson Plantation at Monticello about 100 feet from the house. That being said, it has a nice period...More

1  Thank Benjamin C
Reviewed 24 August 2016

Mulberry Row is essentially the locationof the primary slave quarters at Monticello. They have done some recreations and excavations but most of the ruins are underground with signs denoting the locations of various structures. It does give you an idea of the way things were...More

Thank 22Destep
Reviewed 12 August 2016

In process of restoration but what is there is worthwhile. On grounds of Monticello so you'll see it all.

Thank smthibs
Reviewed 8 August 2016

Lovely area to see the history, absorb the lives of the slaves who worked and lived on the property.

Thank JimmyPageLover
Reviewed 2 August 2016

Of particular historical significance at Monticello, is Mulberry Row. It was here that servants quarters existed (only ruins now)--slaves and white workers quarters in a number of separate buildings, all along the Row. Take a quiet walk through this area and remind yourself of how...More

Thank mirassou
Reviewed 28 July 2016

A great walking tour filled with information. You can join a guided group or wander out on your own. We chose to do our own thing, breaking away from the group. Though the guide was knowledgeable, she was difficult to hear and we felt like...More

Thank TheGoodiesofRke
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Experienced two different guides, one was extremely informative on all aspects of Mulberry Row, the other seemed to be more exasperated about slavery in general - I preferred the former to the latter, I actually dropped off the tour.

Thank IrishBulldogLOL
Reviewed 25 July 2016

The tour of Mulberry Row was done by an excellent tour guide. She used interactive techniques to make the information concerning slavery during the time of Thomas Jefferson very very interesting. Was friendly, and very knowledgeable. Learned very much --well worth the time!

Thank sleebrownies
Reviewed 18 July 2016

Visiting Jefferson's Monticello reminds us of the sad history that this great man perpetuated. Slavery is bad, but not if you want to be rich in the South in the 18th and 19th century.

Thank Goldenspring
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sandy1designs
29 May 2017|
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Response from aliciafurrow | Reviewed this property |
No, it's included with the ticket for touring the house
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