There is a cafe on site which serves assortment of danishes, sandwiches, pizza, snacks and beverages. Indoor and outdoor seating is available.
The grounds and the gardens are magnificent. You may tour them before or after the house but you must have a ticket to the house to have access to them. Jefferson was a master gardener indeed and the Historic Gardens are made up of the Flower, Vegetable and Fruit Gardens. You are welcome to take home a bit of Monticello from the Garden Shop at the Thomas Jefferson Visitors Center.
If you still haven't learned quite enough, there are Slavery at Monticello Tours and Garden and Grounds Tours which are complimentary on the hour April - October.
On your way out the driveway, stop by the graveyard and see Thomas Jefferson's Gravestone.For more detailed information, visit www.monticello.org.