Resources

BARS and CLUBS

Penn Social – 801 E Street NW

Smoke & Barrel  – 2471 18th Street NW

Biergarten Haus – 1355 H Street NE

Chez Billy – 3815 Georgia Avenue NW

Red Derby – 3718 14th Street NW

Museums

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection – 1703 32nd Street NW
–  Exhibits of Byzantine and Pre-Columbian art and European masterpieces from its collections.

Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site – 511 10th Street NW
–  Site of assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, includes theater presentation, Lincoln museum and Peterson House where he was taken.

Lincoln Memorial – 2 Lincoln Memorial Circle NW
–  Includes displays about the building of the Memorial and some of Lincoln’s phrases.

National Gallery of Art – 6th & Constitution Ave NW
–  Paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, medals, and decorative arts that trace the development of Western Art from the Middle Ages to the present.

Smithsonian American Art Museum – 8th and F NW
–  American art that covers all regions and art movements found in the United States.

RESTAURANTS

Marcel’s by Robert Wiedmaier – 2401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

1789 Restaurant -1226 36th Street NW

i Ricchi – 1220 19th Street NW

Old Ebbitt Grill – 675 15th Street NW

Clyde’s of Georgetown – 3236 M Street NW

HISTORICAL ATTRACTIONS

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church -1514 15th Street, NW
 –  The first African-American Episcopal church in Washington, DC.

Octagon House – 1799 New York Avenue NW
– 
Plantation owner’s home lent to President Madison after the Burning of Washington in 1814.

Healy Hall, Georgetown University – 37th and O Street, NW
–  This large-scale High Victorian Gothic structure is the most prominent building on the Georgetown University campus and a picturesque landmark for all Georgetown. Built from 1877 through 1879, its construction marked the evolution of the school toward true university status.

Woodrow Wilson House – 2340 S Street NW
– 
A home of Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States.

Cleveland Abbe House – 2017 I Street NW
–  Cleveland Abbe, a prominent meteorologist who became known as the father of the National Weather Service, lived in this house from 1877 to 1909. Previous occupants in the early decades of the 19th century included James Monroe and the British legation. Built ca. 1802 to 1805, this is a fine example of the Federal style of residential architecture.

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