Les cookies nous permettent de personnaliser le contenu et les annonces, d'offrir des fonctionnalités relatives aux médias sociaux et d'analyser notre trafic. En savoir plus…
Samedi
28
AVR

Georgetown Walking Tour: Herring Hill

12:00
14:00

Comment s'y rendre?

Catégorie
#var:page_name# cover

Uncover the rich history of Georgetown's African-American communities with Dwane Starlin, member of the Guild of Professional Tour Guides. Starting in Herring Hill, learn about the eighteenth-century community to both enslaved and freed blacks. Continue exploring Georgetown and see the churches and schools established by African-American Georgetowners during the nineteenth century.

What you need to know:
1. Meet at Dumbarton House's Garden Gates at the corner of Q and 27th Streets, NW at 12:00 sharp!
2. The two hour tour meets rain or shine.
3.Children 3 and younger are free, but must be in a stroller
4. No pets allowed
5. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing
6. Tour begins and ends at Dumbarton House
7. We recommend bringing a bottle of water

Note: This tour does not include access inside the private homes.

To learn more about the history of the African American community in Georgetown, read Black Georgetown Remembered: A History of Its Black Community from the Founding of "The Town of George" in 1751 to the Present Day by Kathleen Lesko.

*We encourage you to purchase tickets in advance; day of we only accept cash or check.

Place du déroulement de l'activité

Dumbarton House, NSCDA Museum & Headquarters