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.

Stars and Stripes–Tudor Place Riddled with Military History

The U.S. military newspaper Stars and Stripes received an introduction to the military history of the Peter family and Tudor Place from Executive Director Mark Hudson and Curator Grant Quertermous.

Tudor Place is a Blue Star museum, and is free for active U.S. military and their families from Armed Forces Day (the third Saturday in May) until Labor Day each year.

Tudor Place also honors all active and retired service families with this offer on Veterans Day, November 11.

Tudor Place is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tours begin on the hour and the last daily tour starts at 3 p.m. Reserve tours online or at the Visitor Center.

The Georgetowner–Nisbet Enthralls Tudor Place Guests

Garden Luncheon guests were treated to an animated presentation by interior designer Amanda Nisbet. She is admired for her artful approach to elegance and function.

New York Social Diary– Smelling the Roses at the 27th Annual Tudor Place Garden Party

Flowers on hats, flowers in gardens — all in these scenes from the 2019 Spring Garden Party.

The Northwest Courier–Meet Georgetown’s Cutest Landscapers: A Pair of Goats

Joy and Elsa, the four-legged landscapers, were hard at work this week, eating everything in sight and making friends along the way.