Washingtonian – Garden Micro-Wedding Featured African Diaspora Traditions

A summer garden micro-wedding at Tudor Place featured African diaspora traditions.

The Washington Post – A Curious Manuscript Sends Tudor Place’s Archivist on a History Hunt

The first clue to the story behind the papers discovered in the basement of the Georgetown mansion was who didn’t write them.

Bob Vila – The Vice President’s House and 12 Other Overlooked Political Palaces

Where should you go for the best views of the Potomac River? While some might point you to Mount Vernon, George Washington’s estate, locals fond of offbeat landmarks will recommend this Federal-style manse along the river, which was home to Washington’s step-granddaughter, Martha Parke Custis Peter.

Washingtonian – 92 Hidden Gems and Attractions in Washington

Ranked #8 by Washingtonian Magazine’s top hidden gems and attractions in Washington.

TeaTime–The Tea Experience: America’s Living History Teas

The Peter family and guests have enjoyed tea and its rituals at Tudor Place for 200 years. Continue the tradition of afternoon tea by registering for a tea & tour or schedule a private event for 15-35 guests by reservation.