Tudor Place

Tudor Place Historic House & Garden preserves the stories of six generations of descendants of Martha Washington, and the enslaved and free people who lived and worked at this Georgetown landmark for nearly two centuries. By examining their legacy, we challenge ourselves and our visitors to celebrate the triumphs and to confront the complexities of the past.  A model of Federal-period architecture in the nation’s capital, Tudor Place sits on 5 ½ acres in the heart of Georgetown and houses over 18,000 decorative objects, including the largest Washington Collection outside of Mount Vernon.

Tudor Tots: What’s Growing Now?

September 28, 2022

Tapas With Teachers

September 29, 2022

Tudor Tots: Who Lived Here First?

October 12, 2022

In “Enslaved and Free Black Artisans and the Built Environment of the District of Columbia,” Curator Rob DeHart considers the contributions of Black craftsman.

Watch the presentation here.

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