National Trust for Historic Preservation

Experience more history through our new 360 tour, online collections, Lunch & Learn Speaker series, live Victory Garden, and neighborhood walking tours

DC gov't has lowered the speed limit on S Street by using some barriers.  Just drive around the signs that say CLOSED TO THROUGH TRAFFIC to visit Suffrage Outside!

Suffrage Outside!  Now Open

Schedule your time in the garden for a covid-friendly exhibition, celebrating Women's Suffrage.

Click to Book your time to visit Suffrage Outside! and read more about it on the President Woodrow Wilson House website!

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Explore How American Women Seized Their Constitutional Right To Vote By Bringing The Fight Outside In Our New Outdoor Exhibition Suffrage Outside!

Explore the Woodrow Wilson House

Tuesday Speaker Series

Tuesday Speaker Series

December 1, 12pm
The 1918 Pandemic
Andrew Phillips

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Take One Of Our Tours

Try Out Our Virtual Tour, our Kalorama Audio Tour, or Waddy Butler Wood walking tour.

Join Or Host An Event

We're OPEN for small events and garden gatherings!!

Discover Our Exhibitions

urban garden with banners flying

Be inspired by our exhibits including our History of Victory Gardens, Suffrage Outside!, the art of First Lady Ellen Axson, and so much more!

The Wilson Administration

Find Out More About The Man And His Legacy

Check Out Our Latest News & Events

Speaker Series
Noon on Tuesdays

Guest speakers explore the social movements of the early 20th century and their relevance today.

Discover More About The Scotts

The Wilsons Weren't Alone At 2340 S Street

Wilson Wedding Promo!

Considering wedding locations? Get a taste of your celebration in the Wilson Garden with a complementary glass of "bubbly" and a private table to immerse yourself in the fantasy. Schedule a site visit today!

1916 Wilson Campaign Exhibition

Explore our online exhibition of campaign memorabilia from the Anthony Atkiss collection.

Suffrage Outside! in the News

Washington Post columnist John Kelly spotlights the novelty of hosting a museum exhibit outside, in the middle of a global pandemic.

Past and Future Happenings

Recent Happenings

Coming Soon

Listen to past speakers or visit gallery of past events.

Wilson's Legacy Reexamined through Women's History at the Woodrow Wilson House

Exhibit On the 1917 "Spanish Flu" through contemporary eyes

Musicians at Wilson House, Sharon Farmer Photography

Special performance by emerging Jazz talents inspired by African American resistance music and its history. (Sharon Farmer/sfphotoworks)

We Believe Black Lives Matter

We Believe Black History Matters.

Historic places of all types and periods should be places of truth-telling and inclusivity.

Discover "The 15th Point," a project at the Wilson House exploring the African American political and social response to the Wilson Administration's federal segregation policies.

Support The Woodrow Wilson House

The Woodrow Wilson House, a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, opened to the public as a museum in 1963.  We take our responsibilities seriously as stewards of this House. We share Wilson's legacy, a legacy that includes WWl, the League of Nations, and visions of world peace as well as policies that institutionalized racism, segregation and loss and obstruction of civil liberties. As historians, preservationists and educators we are determined to share the truth of history, even when it is not complimentary to its subjects.

The Woodrow Wilson House is regularly open to the public for guided tours, serves school and other group tours, is available for public meetings, corporate events, and weddings, presents exhibitions in its gallery, and offers educational programming.

An honest appraisal of history helps us understand ourselves as a nation and as a people.

We hope you will join us, visit us, support our mission by donating or volunteering, or sign-up for our newsletter to stay updated.  Please contact us with any questions.

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