Pick: Monticello’s virtual tours

Connect with people around the world through a live, guided tour (questions taken) of Monticello via Zoom. Getty Images Connect with people around the world through a live, guided tour (questions taken) of Monticello via Zoom. Getty Images

Viewing the past: Always wanted to visit Monticello but never had the time? And now that you have the time, the front door at TJ’s place is locked. Fear not: Monticello is using Zoom to provide a virtual opportunity to explore one of our country’s most iconic sites and the legacy of Thomas Jefferson. Connect with people around the world through a live, guided tour (questions taken), with reflections on the third president’s philosophies and inventions, and the lives of enslaved people at his Charlottesville plantation.

Ongoing, $10, monticello.org.

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