A little walk to Georgetown

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If you come to DC, you must go to Georgetown, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Washington DC.

Founded in 1751, the city of Georgetown was  a major port and commercial center during colonial times because of its prime location along the Potomac River waterfront. Today, Georgetown is a vibrant community with high-end shops, bars, and restaurants.

How to go to Georgetown?

There is no Metro station in Georgetown, the closet metro stations will be Foggy Bottom-GWU, and Dupont Circle.  You can also ride the DC circulator  bus.

Georgetown Sightseeing:

Canal Square Building, 1054 31st Street, NW, former home of the Tabulating Machine Company

– The Old Stone House, built in 1765, located on M Street is the oldest house in Washington, DC

Tudor Place and Dumbarton Court

– The Oak Hill Cemetery, a gift of William Wilson Corcoran whose Gothic chapel was designed by James Renwick, is the resting place of Abraham Lincoln’s son Willie

Healy Hall on Georgetown’s campus, built in Romanesque style

Enjoy your visit!

Jonathan, Innkeeper
American Guest House in Washington DC