Woodrow Wilson House
2340 S Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20008
Why Support Woodrow Wilson House?
The Woodrow Wilson House was opened to the public as a museum in 1963. Its existence is a testament to the devotion and foresight of Mrs. Wilson in preserving this home for posterity. We take our responsibilities seriously as stewards of this home, its garden and its collections. Donations to the Woodrow Wilson House help us succeed in this work.
In addition, we have a responsibility to educate the public about President Wilson and his legacy. President Wilson and his administration were a bridge between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. His legacy includes the League of Nations, women’s right to vote, and the Federal Reserve System. And so much more. The site also examines President Wilson’s shortcomings, especially relating to race and civil liberties. An honest appraisal of history helps us understand ourselves as a nation and a people.
We are planning educational programming relating to the period from 1900 to 1925 to address topics such as:
Thank you for your support of our mission. Please contact us with any questions.
(We do not receive government support.)
Donations to the “Woodrow Wilson House” are donations to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, a charity qualified as a 501(c)(3) organization. Such donations are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.