Tudor Place

Local nameTudor Place
LocationWashington D.C., United States

Tudor Place is a Federal-style mansion in Washington, D.C. that was originally the home of Thomas Peter and his wife, Martha Parke Custis Peter, a granddaughter of Martha Washington. Step-grandfather George Washington left her the $8,000 in his will that was used to purchase the property in 1805. The property, comprising one city block on the crest of Georgetown Heights, had an excellent view of the Potomac River.

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Opening hours

Open Feb - Dec:
Tue - Sat: 10 am – 4 pm
Sun: noon – 4 pm

House tours begin on the hour (first tour at 10 am and the last at 3 pm). Reservations are recommended.

Self-guided garden tours available at any time the site is open.


House tour:
Adults: $10
Seniors (62+), College students & Military: $8
Students (age 5-17): $3
Children Under 5: free

Self-guided tours: $3

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tudor_Place

Official website http://tudorplace.org/

Twitter https://twitter.com/TudorPlace

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tudorplace

Email info@tudorplace.org

Phone +1 202 965 0400

Address 1644 31st Street, NW, Washington, DC 20007, USA

Coordinates 38°54'42.383" N -77°3'44.05" E

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