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Tudor Place Historic House & Garden

America's Story Lives Here! A National Historic Landmark on a 5 ½ acre estate in Georgetown, Tudor Place was built by a family George Washington loved. It was home, from 1805 to 1983, to six generations of his wife's descendants. A model of Federal-period architecture designed by architect William Thornton, it stood at the center of early Washington society.

Tudor Place Historic House & Garden is currently closed due to a recent rise in Covid-19 cases in the region.

Largest Meeting Room Details
Capacity, Banquet-style: 35
Capacity, Theatre-style: 40
Meeting Space Details
Inside Reception Capacity: 75
Facility Amenities
Guided tours available, Private Tour, Educational Programming, Non-Profit Organization, Currently Open for Business
Group Maximum
45
Group Minimum
10
Price
$
Rate Type
under $12
Attraction Rates
Under $12
Length of Tour
1-2 Hours
Min to Airport
15
Distance to Conv Center
2.5 Miles
Distance to Metro
1.2 Miles
Discount
Affiliation Discounts, Membership Discounts, Show Your Badge
Metro Station
Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom-GWU
Parking
N/A
Valet
N/A
Pool
None
Metro Line
Blue, Orange, Red
Nearby Landmarks
Embassy Row, National Cathedral, The White House
Payment Options
American Express, Cash, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Website for "Health & Safety Policy"
https://tudorplace.org/visit/plan-your-visit-2/
Website for COVID-19 response
https://tudorplace.org/visit/plan-your-visit-2/
Employee Safety Requirements
Mask Required
Visitor Safety Requirements
Mask Required
Visitor Ticketing Requirements
Timed Tickets Required
1644 31st St. NW
Washington, DC 20007
Georgetown
Contact

(202) 965-0400 / (202) 965-0164 fax or info () tudorplace ! org

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