National Trust for Historic Preservation

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Please note: the elevator is currently out of service awaiting a new part.
Please check back to confirm that the elevator is available before your visit.

Hours of Operation: 

The House is shown by guided tour on the hour; tours take approximately 1 hour.
The last tour begins at 3 pm.

March – December
10:00 am to 4:00 pm Wed – Sat
12:00 pm to 4:00 pm Tues & Sun
Closed Mondays and major holidays including Easter Sunday, July 4th, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.

January – February
Open 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Fri – Sun
Closed Mon – Thurs and major holidays, except for reserved group tours*.

*Groups of ten or more may be accommodated outside normal business hours with advance reservation.


Interested in exploring the neighborhood beyond Wilson House? Join a Dupont Circle & Embassy Row walking tour with DC Design Tours and receive free admission to Woodrow Wilson House.  (Wilson House voucher good up to 6 months from the date of the walking tour.)


Admission:
$10 Adults; $8 Seniors (62 and Above); $5 Students; Children under age 12 – free
Members of National Trust for Historic Preservation – $5

Group Tours:
Groups of ten or more must make a reservation. Please reserve at least one week in advance.
Reservations may be made for outside business hours. Throughout the year, we will still be available for groups Monday – Sunday.
For more information or to make a reservation, please email Sarah Andrews at sandrews@woodrowwilsonhouse.org

Accessibility:
The Woodrow Wilson House is a historic structure without full accessibility.
However, there is limited access to the second and third floors through our small historic
elevator and transfer chair. Please call 202-387-4062 for the dimensions of the elevator and other questions about accessibility.

Inclement Weather
The House follows the guidance of Federal Government offices in DC regarding opening and closing during inclement weather.
Updates on closings or delayed openings may also be posted on Facebook.

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