Special notice, April 15, 2013:
Dear 31st Street neighbors,
On Saturday, April 13, a small wedding party of 45 people used large vehicles to transport the guests. The vehicles blocked the street causing traffic to back up. We apologize for this occurrence and are taking steps to prevent this from happening again. In the future, we will not permit stretch limousines or Hummers for any events.
Tudor Place seeks to be a responsible neighbor and a positive contributor to the Georgetown community.
For information on upcoming events, please visit the calendar page.
If you have any questions regarding our operations, please call Museum Administrator Erica Prakop at 202.965.0400 ext. 100 or email her
Status of Comprehensive Preservation Plan for Tudor Place
On March 15, 2012 the Old Georgetown Board agreed that a preliminary concept design for the preservation of the 5 ½ historic site should move forward to full concept design of each building. Tudor Place is in the preparing for a capital campaign to address the critical preservation needs of the 5 ½- acres historic site with the goal of preserving the National Historic Landmark house, the landscape, and the extensive archive and collection.
To see the preliminary concept design, click here.
Questions? Compliments? Complaints? Please contact the Museum Administrator at 202.965.0400 x100, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concept Design for the Preservation of Tudor Place
The goal of the Concept Design is to restore Tudor Place, the National History Landmark house, and ensure the lasting care of its archive and collections in appropriate storage conditions.
Dear Neighbors and Friends:
Since the Old Georgetown Board’s review of the site plan for the Master Preservation Plan last June, Tudor Place has proceeded to move forward with general concept designs with Mary Katherine Lanzillotta and Graham Davidson of Hartman-Cox Architects. Over the past six months, the concept design has evolved in response to comments from neighbors, the National Park Service, the Old Georgetown Board, the Historic Preservation Office, and the National Historic Landmark office.
The concept designs at the link below (see instructions below image) will be presented to ANC-2E on February 27 and to the Old Georgetown Board on March 1. Please understand that these concept designs will continue to evolve as we go through the review process.
Direct questions and comments to email@example.com. Thank you!
Neighborhood Liaison Committee (NLC)
2012 meetings will be held on Wednesday, March 21 and Wednesday, September 19, from 6:15-7:15 p.m. in the Administration Building, located at 1670 31st Street, NW, Washington, DC.
Minutes of Past NLC Meetings