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Historic Sites in Washington DC

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Dumbarton House

Washington, DC

Standing on the heights of Georgetown for over two centuries, this fine Federal-period house showcases p... culturaltourismdc.org

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Tudor Place

Washington, DC

Completed in 1816, Tudor Place was the home of Thomas Peter and hiswife, Martha Custis Peter, granddaughter of ... washington.org

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Fort Ward is the best preserved of the system of Union forts and batteries built to protect Washington, DC during... virginia.org

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Christ Church

Alexandria, VA

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For more than 235 years, Christ Church has been offering worship services. Located in Alexandria, Va., it conducts an array o...

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The Woodrow Wilson House is a national historic landmark and house museum that focuses on President Woodr... americanheritage.com

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Lee-Fendall House

Alexandria, VA

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This Victorian styled home of "Light Horse Harry" Lee, Revolutionary War hero and father of Confederate General Robe... patch.com

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´╗┐Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum was established in 1792 and has been in operation as a museum since 1939. Pric... patch.com

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In 1742, the town of Bladensburg was created on the banks of the Anacostia River (also known as the Eastern Branch of... hmdb.org

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This inspiring historic site showcases the home of Frederick Douglass, the famed abolitionist whose courage and det... 10best.com

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To inspire humanity through education to emulate and promote the virtues, character and vision of George Washington, the Man,...

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In 1807 a burial ground for citizens in the east end of the new federal city was founded. In the first f... culturaltourismdc.org

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This historic home is known for its key role in the French and Indian War. British General Benjamin Braddock used t... 10best.com

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Cherry Hill Farm

Falls Church, VA

Cherry Hill Farm was part of a pre-Revolutionary War plantation located at the crossroads of a trail from Winches... virginia.org

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Ball-Sellers House

Arlington, VA

Donated to the Arlington Historical Society in 1975, this is Arlington's oldest residence. It was built around ... museumsusa.org

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Ford's Theater

Washington, DC

In 1861, theatre entrepreneur John T. Ford leased the First Baptist Church and converted it into a music ... americanheritage.com

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The burnt-sand hue of this museum's undulating limestone walls makes it a stunning standout on museum row and hints... 10best.com

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Here in the presence of Washington and Lincoln, one the Eighteenth Century father and the other the Nineteenth Centur... hmdb.org

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Gadsby's Tavern Museum is named for John Gadsby, who operated a tavern and the City Hotel in Alexandria from 1796 - ... patch.com

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Between 1828 and 1836, Isaac Franklin, in partnership with John Armfield, created the largest-scale slave trading opera... cr.nps

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Alexandria National Cemetery was first established in 1862 as Soldiers' Cemetery, one of the earliest sites dedic... virginia.org

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