While the Woodrow Wilson House is temporarily closed due to COVID-19, we encourage you to experience the house through our new virtual 360 tour, collections, and Lunch & Learn Speaker series, live Victory Garden, neighborhood walking tours and coming soon, the"Suffrage Outside" exhibit.
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.
Special performance by emerging Jazz talents inspired by African American resistance music and its history. (Sharon Farmer/sfphotoworks)
Treat Your Senses while your learn the History of Victory Gardens
The Wilson Administration
Find Out More About The Man And His Legacy
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WWH's Speakers' Series
Join learned scholars as they celebrate the centennial of the 19th constitutional amendment
The Art of 1st Lady Ellen Axson Wilson
Delve Into The Landscapes Of 1st Lady Ellen Axson Wilson
Discover More About The Scotts
The Wilsons Weren't Alone At 2340 S Street
National Trust Online Collection
Search the National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP) Collections for Wilson House items and others nationwide!
"If Walls Could Talk" Walking Tour
A walking tour of Waddy Butler Wood’s architectural masterpieces, and the famous residents who lived there
Exhibit On the 1917 "Spanish Flu"
"Influenza" Through Contemporary Eyes
"Suffrage Outside!" Exhibit
Explore How American Women Seized Their Constitutional Right To Vote By Bringing The Fight Outside In Our New Outdoor Exhibit, "Suffrage Outside!"
The Embassy Row Walking Tour
Discover What's In Your Own Backyard
President Wilson's Legacy Reexamined
Women’s History at the Woodrow Wilson House – Eyes on 2020
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.
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