Hours & Directions
House & Garden Hours
House seen by guided tour only, offered on the hour with final daily tour at 3 p.m.
Book online up to 24 hours before tour time; otherwise, call to reserve: 202.965.0400. Walk-ins welcome as space permits, but reservations are recommended at week-ends and peak seasons, including February Dollar Days.
|Open February through December
FINAL TOUR: 3 PM
Tuesday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
|Scheduled Closures 2017
Closed January, all Mondays, and on:
House shown by guided tour only; garden visits are at leisure.
House Tour Schedule
House tours begin on the hour and last approximately 50 minutes from 10 a.m. Tuesday-Saturday and from noon on Sunday. The day’s final tour starts at 3 p.m.; there are no house admissions after 3 p.m. Reservations advised, especially during weekends, peak travel periods, and Washington Dollar Days (February). Walk-ins are welcome but without guaranteed entry.
With advance notice, the first floor of the historic house can be made accessible for wheelchairs and others. There is no disabled access to the mansion’s upper floors. (A book of photographs is available for review.)
Self-guided garden visits included with all house tours, available before, after, or both. To see the garden only ($3), come to the Visitor Center for admission + annotated map. Also consider scheduled garden programs.
The Garden is accessible from the city sidewalk (without steps). Its surfaces consist of grassy areas and paths laid with pea gravel, flagstone, bricks, and stones set in grass.
- Adults: $10.00 Mar.-Dec.
- Seniors (62+): $8.00 Mar.-Dec.
- Military: $8.00 | FREE Memorial to Labor Day
- College Students (with ID): $8.00 Mar.-Dec.
- Ages 5-17 (student ID may be requested): $3.00* Mar.-Dec.
- Garden only (self-guided tour with map): $3.00 Mar.-Dec.
- Children 5 and Under: Free
- Tudor Place members: Free
- Washington Dollar Days (February): $1 for all
We welcome all guests and offer special accommodations for toddlers and young children, who may find the regular tour challenging. A history hunt is available for children to complete during the tour and we offer a variety of kid-oriented programs throughout the year. Book online until 24 hours prior and by phone any time during regular business hours. Reservations recommended especially during peak travel periods, weekends, and February Dollar Days.
Adults $3 ($1 in February). Includes self-guided map of the 5½ -acre property.
In a tree-lined neighborhood of Georgetown, Tudor Place is accessible by car, city bus, bicycle (including BikeShare) and a scenic walk from Metro.
The Tudor Place main gate is on 31st Street NW between Q and R Streets in upper Georgetown. Nearby curbside parking (free; two-hour limit) is usually ample. There are pay-to-park spaces on nearby Wisconsin Avenue and connecting streets, as well as commercial lots. See Georgetown parking information.
D.C., Maryland, and Virginia’s growing network of bike lanes and trails leads to Tudor Place! Lock your wheels here or at these many Georgetown bike-parking spots. We are also near both these Capital Bikeshare stations:
- Wisconsin Avenue and O Street NW
- Wisconsin Avenue and 34th Street NW
By Bus and Metro
- Metrobus: D1, D2, D3 (along Q Street), G2 (along P Street), 31, 32, 36 (along Wisconsin Avenue)
- DC Circulator Bus: Georgetown-Union Station (yellow) line stops 3 blocks away
- Or take Metro to Circulator Bus — see below
METRO (Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom & Rosslyn stations)
- Red Line – Dupont Circle (walk: P Street to right on 31st Street)
- Blue/Orange Line – Foggy Bottom (25-minute walk: Pennsylvania Ave. bears left onto M Street to right on 31st Street); Rosslyn (35-minute walk crossing Potomac on Key Bridge)
- From Foggy Bottom station, pick up Circulator Bus Georgetown-Union Stn. (yellow) line