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DAR Museum

Do you like admiring antiques? Come see how Americans lived during the early days of this country.

The DAR Museum exhibits the furniture, ceramics, paintings, textiles, and other decorative things people kept in their homes. Get an idea of how Americans lived when the United States was new through our 31 period rooms, each decorated to look like a specific time period and place in American history. The rooms range in date from 1690-1930.

Be sure to tour the main gallery with its annually changing exhibit, and the study gallery where you can get up close and personal with hundreds of objects including photographs, scientific instruments, quilts, jewelry, and more.

Join us for our special events including lectures, Girl Scout programs, and festivals.
See website for hours and other visitor information.

Free admission!

The DAR Museum a program of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. The museum was founded in 1890 and supports the NSDAR's three missions of education, historic preservation, and patriotism. The DAR Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums.

  • ADA Compliant
  • Foreign Language Guides
  • Free Admission
  • Guided tours available
  • Educational Programming
  • Open to public
  • Produce public facing events?
  • ADA compliant
  • Woman Owned
  • Non-Profit Organization
  • Wheelchair Ramp
  • Elevator
Meeting Space Details

Inside Reception Capacity: Array

Distance to Metro

6 Blocks

Nearby Landmarks

National Mall, The White House

Attraction Rates


Length of Tour

Less than 1 hour

Metro Station

Farragut North, Farragut West



Metro Line

Blue, Orange, Red, Silver


1776 D St. NW
Washington, DC 20006
United States

(202) 879-3241

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