Tudor Place Historic House & Garden
Welcome to Tudor Place Historic House Garden, an oasis of history and beauty in Georgetown, D.C., with tours, teas, talks, and landscaped gardens. Come visit!
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A tasting with @Design Cuisine -- exciting to see ideas brought to life.
Lemons and lemon yellow are the theme for 2014!
Fairy Tea- for children and families! Bring your favorite Tinkerbell to dress up and learn the history of tea with our Fairy Godmother. Then tour Tudor Place's enchanting gardens in search of fairy traces before making a special period craft to take home! tudorplace.org/...
The Tudor Place Collection: America Pinckney Peter Williams painted this worktable at school as a gift for her mother, ca. 1820
Fashion Week Tea: Join our experts for a tour of American fashion trends
One more gorgeous Tudor Place wedding!
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Map of Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Tudor Place Garden does wedding rentals!
Tudor Place is a uniquely historic wedding venue nestled in the heart of Georgetown. Pictured is the bowling green, set for a reception.
Beautiful bride and groom in the gardens of Tudor Place
A golden shot through the window of the Dower Townhouse by Dawn Lincoln Photography.
$12.95, Tudor Place Holiday Card Package of 10 cards and corresponding envelopes. Our enchanting holiday card, a watercolor by artist-in-residence Peter Waddell, shows Tudor Place on a moonlit snowy winter evening. The 5’ by 7’cards are printed on heavy weight, glossy stock. Greeting inside: "Merry Christmas."
$8.00, Armistead Peter 3rd Note Cards, Note cards from original pastels by Armistead Peter 3rd. Mr. Peter was the last owner of Tudor Place and an accomplished artist. Set of 8 note cards with envelopes, two of each room. 5” x 7” on heavy 80 lb. glossy paper stock
$16.00, Tudor Place Dinner Place Cards, Package of ten place cards. Each package contains eight place cards reproduced from the Tudor Place collection ca. 1920. Choice of two designs, one with a couple dancing Le Turkey Trot; the other dancing Le Tango.
$25.00 Mother and Child Reproduction Sculpture, reproduction from the Tudor Place Collection by sculptor Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (1824-1887). The Tudor Place Mother and Child sculpture dates to ca.1854 and the reproduction is 7 inches in height.
$25.00 Turtle and Frog Reproduction Sculpture, reproduction of an 1890 bronze from the Tudor Place Collection by sculptor Paul Wayland Bartlett (1865-1925). Some of his best-known works include the equestrian statue of Lafayette in Paris, the statue of Michelangelo in the Library of Congress, and the façade of the New York Public Library. Resin, 3 ½ inches.
$25.00 Baby Robin, reproduction from the Tudor Place Collection by sculptor Paul Wayland Bartlett (1865-1925). Some of his best-known works include the equestrian statue of Lafayette in Paris, the statue of Michelangelo in the Library of Congress, and the façade of the New York Public Library. “Baby Robin” dates to ca 1890. Resin, height: 4".
$75.00 Tudor Place Scarf reflects the architecture and collections of Tudor Place in its classical design. The vibrant golds and subtle greys surrounded by a black border are woven into the heavy weight silk twill. The scarf is a traditional 36” square. Designed by Georgetown artist Jane Matz.