Since adopting the Master Preservation Plan in 2012, Tudor Place has endeavored through the Third Century Capital Campaign to raise the funds needed to ensure the success of this plan. Significant progress in planning and implementation of the plan have occurred, with major projects awaiting implementation in the next 3-4 years. From its quiet beginnings as a historic house museum in 1988, Tudor Place has evolved and grown. It is today a significant part of the cultural fabric of Washington, DC—as both a landmark of national significance and a vital resource for the Georgetown community. Throughout this planning process, Tudor Place has strived to find the proper balance between these dual identities.
Read Tudor Place’s Strategic Plan for 2020-2023 in the Vision 2020 statement.
I want to make alive to you the fact that this house has seen this pageant of American history.
-Armistead Peter 3rd