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The Dumbarton House, Washington DC
(3.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • A wedding invite led us to this interesting historical home for the ceremony and reception. The landscaping and beautiful gardens led to the entrance where a docent was available to allow us to to the...  more »
  • A classic Washington look and very good for a special event. We came here for the wedding and it was handled very well. Service, food and staff did a very good job in making the guests fell welcome. S...  more »
  • I visited The Dumbarton House for the National Day of Archeology event they had and the house and gardens are beautiful. The history and architecture are very neat too. My biggest complain though is t...  more »
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  • Great piece of Georgetown history. The guide was a PhD and knew a load of local lore. It's worth a quick trip through if you're in the area.
  • Lovely small historical house and garden that recalls the early days of Washington DC. Not to be confused with the nearby Dunbarton oaks gardens, which is a much larger affair.