What to expect
- Gain a deeper appreciation for DC’s stunning architecture on this walking tour of Lafayette Square
- Experience the fascinating historical transformation this area has seen over the past 200 years
- Learn the history of some often overlooked spots
- Stop for photo opportunities to remember your trip
About this Activity
Some think of Foggy Bottom only as the neighborhood that houses GWU and financial agencies, but you will fine out is that it’s home to so much more. During this less-than-2-mile stroll from west of the White House through Foggy Bottom, you’ll get the chance to take in the sights of often overlooked buildings that were forged in the Federal period, and even a few contemporary postmodernist designs as well. You will see former and current homes and headquarters of prominent Washingtonians, as well as major educational institutions, museums, clubs, and international government bodies. The more than two hundred years of architectural, social, and political history expressed through these buildings make for a truly unforgettable experience.
|Price||$25.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||1 hour|
About the Teacher
Bill Lebovich is an architectural historian and large-format architectural photographer. He worked for the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places and the Historic American Buildings Survey.
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