It's not just a day of celebrations in Virginia's Mount Vernon - it's a weekend!
On February 17-18, you can celebrate in style as you enjoy hoecakes made over the open fire, observe wreath laying at George Washington's actual tomb, and even listen to members of the Washington family tell stories about the man himself!
There are great educational experiences for the kids too.
On Monday February 19th, you can enjoy FREE admission to Mount Vernon, watch Continental soldiers conduct a marching drill, and enjoy character performances to really get you in the historical mood.
Feb 17 & 18: 9am - 4pm
Feb 17: 5:30pm - 11pm - George Washington's Birthnight Banquet & Ball
Feb 19: 9am - 5pm
For more information explore their website
Explore the Presidency Exhibit at the American History Museum!
📷: American History Museum
History really is brought to life at Washington DC's American History Museum!
The exhibit at the Smithsonian Natural Museum of American History explores the lives and contributions of the 43 American men who led the nation in the past 200 years!
The exhibit features over 900 objects and artifacts that bring to life what being a president actually meant!
It's one of the most popular Smithsonian museums and when you visit, you'll see why!
For more information, check out their website!
Visit Mount Rushmore!
What better way to celebrate presidents, than to experience four of them standing tall in front of you!
Head to South Dakota and you can see the incredibly iconic Mount Rushmore, where you can see George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln, 60ft high right in front of your very eyes!
Built in 1941, this man made wonder features a museum with interactive exhibits, as well as a walk way around the statues so you can see them in all their glory up close.