Tudor Tots: Who Lived Here First?

August 26, 2022

Indigenous people called Washington DC home long before anyone else did. Join us as we celebrate and acknowledge the indigenous people whose ancestral homelands are in Washington DC. Young learners […]

Madams of DC Walking Tour

August 9, 2022

Off the Mall Tours welcomes you on the most unique walking tour in Washington, DC! Washington experienced an unprecedented rise in prostitution during and after the Civil War. During this […]

History of Black Georgetown Walking Tour

Someone visiting Georgetown today may see it as another wealthy enclave in a continuously gentrifying Washington, DC. However, this charming area that boasts high-end shopping and gourmet restaurants has a […]

An Irishman and a Moor Walk into a Bar: John Kennedy, Yarrow Mamout and the City Tavern

June 21, 2022

Join us in welcoming writer, lawyer and lecturer Jim Johnston to discuss his books and their connection to the City Tavern Club ABOUT Senator John Kennedy rented the house directly […]

Madams of DC Walking Tour

May 17, 2022

Tour runs approximately 2 – 2.5 hours.Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for children. Washington, DC experienced an unprecedented rise in prostitution during and after the Civil War. Learn about […]

Profs & Pints DC: Monumental Controversies

April 1, 2022

Profs and Pints DC presents: “Monumental Controversies,” with Fred Bohrer, professor of art and archaeology at Hood College, art historian, and author the website Monumental Anxiety: An Anti-Guide to the […]

Profs & Pints DC: Spies Everywhere! (Matinee)

November 12, 2021

Profs and Pints DC presents: “Spies Everywhere!” a look at Washington D.C.’s World War I spy panic, with Mark Benbow, associate professor of history at Marymount University. [Under current District […]

Tour the Historic City Tavern

If you love Federal Period Architecture, Decorative Arts, and learning about the history of Georgetown, this tour is for you! Docents from the City Tavern Preservation Foundation will lead you […]

Tapas with Teachers

September 17, 2021

Calling all teachers in the DMV area! Visit President Lincoln’s Cottage to learn about field trip opportunities and classroom resources from Tudor Place Historic House & Garden, Ford’s Theatre, President […]

Tudor Nights: Cocoa, Colonialism and the Chocolate Pots of Tudor Place

September 1, 2021

Mesoamericans consumed chocolate for thousands of years before the Spanish brought it to Europe, where it gained wide popularity. Come and learn how Mesoamerican chocolate consumption practices influenced the way […]