Tudor Place

Welcome to Georgetown!

Tudor Place is located in the National Historic District of Georgetown, a fashionable Washington, D.C. neighborhood with tree-lined sidewalks and cobbled streets that predates the capital city itself. While convenient to downtown business districts, Capitol Hill, and the monuments and museums lining the Federal Mall, Georgetown is also a destination in its own right. Visitors come for the historic neighborhood and museums (Tudor Place, Dumbarton House, and Dumbarton Oaks as well as the National Park Service’s Old Stone House), varied dining and night life options, and to browse plentiful antiques and home goods shops, art galleries, and many of the city’s most fashion-forward clothing boutiques and chains. Tudor Place’s section of Georgetown, called “Book Hill” for the public branch library and park at its highest point, offers plentiful cafes, boutiques, and art galleries.

More details on shopping, dining, and lodging come from the Georgetown BID. Click below to see the BID's little seating areas around the neighborhood!

Where is Georgetown?

Bounded by the Potomac River to the south and Rock Creek Park to the east, Georgetown is home to Georgetown University and a short walk from George Washington University and its medical center. Nearby D.C. neighborhoods include Dupont Circle, West End and Foggy Bottom, Cleveland Park and the National Cathedral, and the “Embassy Row” section of Massachusetts Avenue. A short walk across Key Bridge is Rosslyn and Arlington in Northern Virginia. A 10-minute drive along the river brings you to Maryland’s Montgomery County. Georgetown is easily reached from all three of D.C.’s major airports – Reagan National (DCA), Dulles (DIA), and Baltimore-Washington International (BWI).

Lodgings By Neighborhood


Dupont Circle

West End

Foggy Bottom