Tudor Place

Experience a Tudor Place Adventure in partnership with Urban Adventure Squad for an online summer program, “Environmental Science and Sustainability. ”   (Photo by: )...
Tudor Place garden and grounds reopen August 6, 2020 to the public. Members can reserve tickets now for July 30 through August 2. On five-and-a-half acres, Tudor Place is one of America...
By Robin EberhardtCurrent Staff WriterHistoric houses around the District are lighting up their Christmas trees, putting out poinsettias and proudly displaying their seasonal exhibits as December...
(Photo by: Judith Beermann) Georgetown authors Elaine Crockett and Mary Louise Kelly "How autobiographical is the protagonist?" That's a question Mary Louise Kelly gets a lot about...
By Deirdre BannonCurrent CorrespondentAfter overseeing a significant transformation of historic Tudor Place in Georgetown over the past 15 years, executive director Leslie Buhler will retire in...
(Photo by: Leslie Maysak) Steadfast bagpipers The strains of bagpipe music greeted the many elegantly plumed guests ascending the winding gravel drive of Tudor Place Wednesday night as they arrived...
By Deirdre BannonCurrent Staff Writer A new report details the findings of a 2011 excavation at the Tudor Place Historic House and Garden in Georgetown: hundreds of treasures, including...
HSBC, N.A. in Georgetown hosted “Wines from Around the World” Friday, featuring wines from Bacchus Wine Cellars, for neighbors and friends. HSBC Senior International Business banker Rokas...
New York and Washington powerhouses wielded their considerable clout for a great cause on Saturday at Tudor Place. It was the second annual BabyLove DC carnival held on the lush grounds of Georgetown...
Built between 1795 and 1816 on a whole city block (on 31st between Q and R Streets), Tudor Place illuminates the history of Georgetown, the “mother” of the nation’s capital. ...