Dumbarton House34 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 2715 Q St NW, Washington, DC 20007, United States, Washington D. C.
- Timings: 10:00 am - 02:45 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2023372288
- Ticket Price: 5 USD
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Landmark, Neighborhoods
Located in the Georgetown neighbourhood Dumbarton House is a beautiful Federal style house in the destination. The house was built by Samuel Jackson, a Philadelphia merchant and has become a hot spot for tourists since then. Visit the destination and get to see some of the best ceramics and other arts in the location. The place gives you a great mix between an artsy and historically important destination that should not be missed.
Entrance Ticket Details For Dumbarton House
There is no admission charge for:
- The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America members.
- Museum members.
- Children with a paying adult.
- College students with valid identification.
- Members of the American Alliance of Museums.
- Historic House Museums Consortium staff and volunteers.
- U.S. Treasury Department employees.
Dumbarton House Hours
- Last museum entry is 2:45pm.
How to Reach Dumbarton House
- Take a subway from Dupont Circle Metro Station.
- Take a bus from NW Q St & NW 27th St.
- Take a taxi or rental to the destination.
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0.29% of people who visit Washington D. C. include Dumbarton House in their plan
95% of people start their Dumbarton House visit around 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Dumbarton House
People normally also visit Peirce Mill while planning their trip to Dumbarton House.
Dumbarton House Reviews & Ratings
Not much there. Just a few downstairs rooms are furnished. Not worth $10.
Great museum with many artifacts of pre Columbian cultures. And their museum store has a lot of cute things.
The staff there were very friendly and knowledgable. It was interesting entering a house that was so significant in the birth of the American Republic. I was fascinated by the fact that NSCDA or the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America bought the property and made it into its national headquarters. I did not have cash and wish I would have to donate somethibg although I got in for free because of my college id. I would suggest a small donation which the place would greatly appreciate.
Love this place! Full of American allegory. Our founders really thought they had come up with a new goddess, Columbia
What a wonderful house and tour. Had a great time.