Tours

Find guided tours that take you behind-the scenes at Metro DC's museums, theatres, monuments and neighborhoods and beyond on CultureCapital.com. Tours shown here are led by experts in their field.


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Kid's Talk & Tour

The Mansion at Strathmore
Mar. 9 – Jul. 20
Young art lovers can get behind the brushstrokes and into the head and heart of the artists in our current exhibitions. Following the tour, children will create a take-home art project.

Curator's Tour for Adults

The Mansion at Strathmore
Mar. 9 – May. 26
Adults enjoy a guided tour of the current exhibitions, delving into technique and history of the artists and works.

Brush Up Your Shakespeare

The Alden
Wed. Mar 13
Crack that Shakespeare code with our expert hackers! Our Bard authorities from the Shakespeare Theatre Company and Potomac School return to prepare you for ASC on Tour's productions of ''The Comedy of Errors'' and ''The Winter's Tale.'' (75 minutes)

Tudor Nights: Raise a Glass to Prohibition!

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Thu. Mar 14
Join us for a unique look at Prohibition through the eyes of the Peter family at Tudor Place. This special salute to the Prohibition era features an exclusive look at objects and ephemeral from 1920-1933 in the Tudor Place archive and collection.

Washington Dollar Days: Tour for a Buck

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Feb. 22 – 28
Pay just $1 per person for any regular tour in February, the month of George Washington's birth. We are DC's only historic house museum with family ties to Martha and George Washington.

Spotlights

Tour: Anderson House

Anderson House – The American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati
Thru Dec. 31

Brush Up Your Shakespeare

The Alden
Wed. Mar 13

Tour: Tudor Place Historic House and Garden

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Thru Feb. 29, 2020

Guided Garden Tours

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Mar. 22 – Oct. 25

Tour: Library of Congress - Thomas Jefferson Building

Library of Congress
Thru Feb. 1, 2020
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