for the annual January Clean. Cleaning, counting and assessing conditions are all part of the drill when the museum closes during January.
Tudor Place will reopen the site and resume programs when it is safe to do so in 2021. In the meantime, take a virtual tour with Executive Director Mark Hudson, as he walks you through the Historic House and around 5 1/2 acres of this national landmark.
Note: Anyone who registered for the Merry & Bright: Tudor Place Garden at Night event may request a full refund or apply the registration fee as a donation to Tudor Place. Call 202-965-0400 or email email@example.com.
Tudor Place Historic House & Garden is a model of Federal-period architecture in the nation’s capital and home to six generations of Martha Washington’s descendants from 1805 to 1983. The house’s most architecturally significant feature is the domed, marble-floored Temple Portico designed by Dr. William Thornton. It is the only known full temple portico embedded into a U.S. residence, and the only one still standing today. The 5 ½ acre garden is inspired by formal and informal European landscape styles, with specimen trees, open lawns, roses and heirloom shrubs.
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