The Gardens of President Monroe’s Ash Lawn Highland – Images by Kathryn Wagner
“Our country may be likened to a new house. We lack many things, but we possess the most precious of all – liberty!”  – President James Monroe
Ash Lawn Highland was the estate of President James Monroe. President Monroe and his family lived in what was then called ‘Ash Lawn’ from 1799 – 1823. The extensive gardens are maintained with historical accuracy to convey an immersive experience to visitors. Today a museum and working agricultural farm can be found alongside the beautiful property that is Ash Lawn Highland. I really enjoyed spending time there exploring the traditional layout of the gardens, and seeing the livestock kept on the property. The gardens are impeccably maintained and a must-see this fall, especially if you are in the area.

 (Kathryn Wagner)

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