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The Whittemore House is a historic building in Washington DC. Now opened as a house museum it is now the headquarters of Woman’s National Democratic Club. The exhibits on display are mostly about the political campaigns, art exhibits and photographs of the struggle the women of National Democratic Club had been through. Built in 1894, this house is now open to public and it can be used as a venue for weddings and private events. The interiors of the house are well furnished and the furniture is perfectly maintained. There is a small courtyard which surrounds the house making it a perfect venue for parties and functions.
To provide a glimpse into how one of the top U.S. newspapers is produced, The Washington Post offers a weekly 45-minute tour. Printing technology from before the computer age is demonstrated in a museum, along with a brief history of this well-respected news organization. The tour highlights all the major stages of newspaper production, from newsroom mayhem to the intricacies of the giant presses. Call one to two months in advance to register for tours. Visitors must be 11 years or older.
This extravagant mansion is the legacy of a local immigrant success story. Christian Heurich, a German orphan, made his fortune in beer. His 31-room home, lavish and eccentric, is full of turrets, onyx fireplaces and the furnishings used by he and his family in the 20th Century. Victorian excess, carved wood and a lovely garden make the property a must-see for fans of design and architecture. There are walking tours of the Mansion and the Victorian Garden on the property.
Because of its close proximity to the White House, St John's has become known as the "Church of the Presidents." In fact, since its establishment in 1815, every chief executive has attended services here; some on a regular basis. Pew 54 has been designated the "Presidents Pew." It was designed by Henry LaTrobe, who also did the restoration of the U.S. Capitol and White House after the War of 1812. In the 1870s, the plain glass windows were gradually replaced with exquisitely crafted stained glass depicting presidents and other notable parishioners.
Established in 1998, O Street Museum is located in 5 interconnected townhouses which have a total of 70 secret doors accessing over 100 rooms. The museum features year round events, screenings, live performances, exhibits, etc. The admission fees depends on the exhibits that take place at this location. The museum also features a large collection of over 15000 art pieces, 20000 books, music, manuscripts, etc.
Keeping in sync with the name, The Mansion on O Street is a grandeur and opulent structure. The hotel, the club and the museum together form the mansion. Be it a corporate meeting or your daughters wedding, the immaculate services will surely make it an successful event. Royal dining rooms, classy decor are reminiscent of the era of Queens and Kings but also provides the comforts of the modern technology of todays world. The museum has a varied collection of paintings, books and sculptures, that will appeal to one and all, right from a novice to the expert connoisseur of art. Truly you get to experience a magical world that goes beyond your daily and chaos filled routine.