32nd Tudor Place Garden Party


Donning fascinators, floppies, panamas and boaters, Georgetowners came out in style Wednesday evening for Tudor Place’s 32nd Spring Garden Party.

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How to live like a Bridgerton: Explore the past without leaving the DC area


“Bridgerton” fans unite! Tudor Place was listed as one of the DC locations that would appeal to fans of the hit Netflix show.

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Press Release: Tudor Place Honors Distinguished Volunteer at Spring Garden Party

Press Release 

May 7, 2024

Washington, DC — Mark Hudson, Executive Director, and Dr. Christy Pichichero, President of the Board of Trustees, are pleased to welcome Tudor Place’s most generous friends to the 32nd Annual Spring Garden Party on Wednesday, May 22, 2024. This year’s Spring Garden Party honors Tom Birch for his service to the Georgetown community and as a Tudor Place volunteer.

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8 Secret Spots In D.C. Where You Can Escape The Crowds


Tudor Place was included on a list of secret spots to avoid the lines in Washington DC.

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‘Ancestral Spaces’ installation and tour at Tudor Place tells the story of enslaved people


Tudor Place Historic House & Garden’s special installation and guided tour “Ancestral Spaces: People of African Descent at Tudor Place,” will now be open through Oct. 13. “Ancestral Spaces” tells the stories of the individuals and families of African descent who lived and worked at Tudor Place.

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Press Release: Special Installation & Tour Telling the Stories of Enslaved People at Tudor Place Now Extended

Press Release 

April 16, 2024

Washington, DC — Tudor Place Historic House & Garden’s special installation and guided tour Ancestral Spaces: People of African Descent at Tudor Place, will now be open through October 13. Ancestral Spaces tells the stories of the individuals and families of African descent who lived and worked at Tudor Place.

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Press Release: Unveiling of revitalized building at Tudor Place

Press Release 

April 2, 2024

Washington, DC — Tudor Place Historic House & Garden will be unveiling the revitalized mower house with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, April 12. The celebration recognizes improvements made to this service building, including space and utility upgrades to increase grounds work efficiency and support sustainability efforts. As part of the ribbon-cutting ceremony, artifacts related to long-time gardener, John Luckett, who worked at the site for forty-four years from 1862 to 1906, will be on display. The life and work of John Luckett is also on view to visitors during the Ancestral Spaces: People of African Descendant of Tudor Place, a special installation and guided tour.

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Tudor Place’s ‘Ancestral Spaces’ Pays Homage to Its Black History


Tudor Place opened an exhibition entitled, “Ancestral Spaces: People of African Descent at Tudor Place,” on Feb. 6, timed for Black History Month. It is proving so popular that it will likely continue beyond its planned April closing.

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New Installation Brings Tudor Place History to Light


A new installation intended to uncover the lives of the generations of free and enslaved people who lived and worked at the Tudor Place, a historic Georgetown property that now serves as a museum, opened Feb. 6.

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Ancestral Spaces Seeks to Illuminate the Stories of Enslaved People at Tudor Place


The temporary installation and guided tour pieces together fragmented histories of both the enslaved and free Black people who cared for the historic house—a successful first step in telling the full story.

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