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The President's Neighborhood Multi-Sensory Tour
From: 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM
If the White House is the most fascinating home in the country, the area that surrounds 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is the nations most fascinating neighborhood. This tour centers around the history of the presidential mansion, but you'll also meet Stephen Decatur - a naval legend slain in a fateful duel. There's also Dolley Madison, who saved George Washington's portrait from British torches. You'll learn the location of the White House bowling alley, see where Churchill stayed after Eleanor Roosevelt booted him from the White House, visit a haunted mansion and much more! This small group tour include's our signature Sensory Supplements. Delve a little deeper, engage in active learning, and create truly memorable experiences!
- Meeting Point: Corner of Pennsylvania Ave. & 17th Street NW, on the front steps of the Renwick Gallery of Art
- Highlights: White House (exterior), Treasury Department, Old Executive Office Building, Lafayette Park, Blair House