Jefferson said he loved the dreams of the future better than the history of the past. I think that's really a relevant quote today, because we have been thinking more and more about what the future will bring to Monticello.
His house was exceedingly inventive and modern, even by today's standards.
People in Virginia and elsewhere come because they want to see the beauty of the house, or they're interested in architecture. But we have other people come because they're interested in how to compose a declaration of independence, or how to set up a government.