WOODROW WILSON HOUSE
As DC’s only presidential museum, the Woodrow Wilson House is an important national landmark that stands to commemorate the numerous achievements of America’s twenty-eighth president.
Built in 1915, the house in Kalorama provides a snapshot of life in the early twentieth century, with carefully preserved artifacts, including silent films, flapper dresses and zinc sinks, on display. Video presentations and special exhibitions are also integral parts of visitor tours.
Frank J. Aucella, Executive Director
+1 202 387 4062 ext. 11
2340 S Street, North West, Washington, DC 20008