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Tudor Place, Washington DC

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#13 of 38 in Parks in Washington DC
Architectural Building · Garden
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Tudor Place is a Federal-style mansion in Washington, D.C. that was originally the home of Thomas Peter and his wife, Martha Parke Custis Peter, a granddaughter of Martha Washington. The property, comprising one city block on the crest of Georgetown Heights, had an excellent view of the Potomac River.
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  • In the Georgetown neighborhood the gardens are a hidden gem. We meandered through the property in about 45 min. Flowering roses and dogwoods provide color against the lush green landscape. I would....  more
    In the Georgetown neighborhood the gardens are a hidden gem. We meandered through the property in about 45 min. Flowering roses and dogwoods provide color against the lush green landscape. I would....  more »
  • Off the Beaten Path Gem. Brings DC history alive from the War of 1812 through today. Informative one hour tour on the hour. 
    Off the Beaten Path Gem. Brings DC history alive from the War of 1812 through today. Informative one hour tour on the hour.  more »
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  • This is such a fantastic and history filled place in Georgetown. It is definitely worth the visit! The tour guide was super knowledgeable and friendly, and I really enjoyed the tour. The house was full of history, and there were many stories to go along with the pieces inside. The gardens were BEAUTIFUL as well, but it was raining when I visited, so that was a little sad. Be aware the brick 🧱 walkways are VERY slippery when it’s raining. I would definitely get the tour if you decide to go here. Tickets can be found on their website. Check this place out! It’s worth seeing!
  • Gorgeous. We got to rest in the garden for half an hour before our tour of the house started, which was beautiful and so serene. The house itself comes with a great amount of history, and the people who work here really care about the story and try to provide you with as much information as they can, which was really inspiring to see. You could tell, just by looking at Francis (our amazing guide) and the rest of the staff, how significant the house and the narrative was to them. Their enthusiasm and dedication was beautiful, and the garden and the house itself was such a treat to see. Loved every minute of it.

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