Posts tagged Georgetown

Tudor Place: America’s Story Lives Here

Tudor Place: America’s Story Lives Here

Georgetown Library Date: January 13, 2018 Time: 1:00 p.m. The DC Public Library’s Peabody Room presents former Tudor Place Executive Director Leslie L. Buhler who will discuss the nearly three centuries of history revealed in the stories of Georgetown’s Tudor Place, a National Historic Landmark, through its people, architecture and contents. LEARN MORE

Bridges of Washington by Boat

Donald Beekman Myer, FAIA, GuideSeptember 23, 20173:30PM – 6:00PM Washington’s bridges, monuments, and scenery are best seen from the Potomac. Early wooden bridges were swept away by floods, set alight by steamboat sparks, and ravaged by war. The spectacular, wooden Georgetown Aqueduct carried C & O Canal barges across to Alexandria. One of the earliest […]

Georgetown Waterfront Walk

Georgetown Waterfront Walk

A relaxing walk at the Georgetown Waterfront Park, to various local overlooks, sharing the bittersweet history of how Georgetown became an attractive and vibrant community. Meet at the fountain at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and K Street. Remember to wear proper shoes and to drink and bring water. VIEW EVENT

Georgetown Waterfront Walk

Georgetown Waterfront Walk

A relaxing walk at the Georgetown Waterfront Park, to various local overlooks, sharing the bittersweet history of how Georgetown became an attractive and vibrant community. Meet at the fountain at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and K Street. Remember to wear proper shoes and to drink and bring water. VIEW EVENT