Tucked into a courtyard in the heart of busy Georgetown , the Old Stone House dates back to 1765. It is believed to be the ... More
Old Stone House
Tucked into a courtyard in the heart of busy Georgetown , the Old Stone House dates back to 1765. It is believed to be the oldest building in Washington and the only one from the pre-Revolutionary period. The house provides a glimpse of mid-18th century life in a cramped but functional living space. Simple furnishings can be found in most rooms.
The oldest house on Capitol Hill, with parts dating back to 1680, Sewall Belmont House has a fascinating history. Sections
of the Louisiana Purchase were written here, and, roughly a century later, the amendment giving women the right to ...
The second president, John Adams, was the first to live in the White House in 1801. Originally called the "Executive
Mansion," it earned the nickname "White House" after its marble exterior was whitewashed to cover burn marks from damage ...
Two gracious houses comprise the Textile Museum dedicated to textiles and handmade carpets. The 14,000 piece collection includes examples from
around the world. Some items date back to 3000 BC. Bringing together works from the Americas, Spain, the Middle ...
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