Tudor Place is a historical landmark, completed in 1816, lived in by six generations of a single family, and opened to the public in 1988. It is located at 1644 31st Street NW., Washington DC 20007. They offer programs for families, adults, camps and more. Below are some upcoming events for your family to check out.
Tudor Tot Fridays
Storytime, songs, and crafts for toddlers and caregivers. Dates & themes below:
- April 17 – Earth Day
- April 24 – Gardeners
- May 1 – Dance
- May 8 – Everyday Superheroes
- May 15 – Citizenship
- May 22 – Cars
- May 29 – Foxes
- June 5 – Family
- June 12 – Sports
- June 19 – Freedom
- June 26 – Yankee Doodle
- July 10 – Bugs
- July 17 – Water
- July 24 – Music
Weekend Tots: Hello Spring! March 28 from 10am-10:45am
Read, sing, play, and say hello to spring in the picturesque gardens with Tudor Tots.
Eggstravaganza: April 4, 9, 10 & 11
Egg hunt, egg roll, and crafts. Take photos with the Easter Bunny!
5th Annual Earth Day Plant Sale & Picnic: April 26 from 12:00pm-4:00pm
Take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy a picnic on the Tudor Place grounds, and celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day! Spend an afternoon experiencing the historic gardens. Bring your own picnic and blanket.
Summer Camp- Creature Comforts: August 3-7
Whether crafted from sticks and soil or bricks and plaster, there are all sorts of places to live at Tudor Place. Embark on an investigative journey to learn who (and what!) makes a home on the grounds and see what it takes to keep it safe, warm, and cozy. Campers will explore indoors and outdoors
Summer Camp- Environmental Science and Sustainability: August 10-14
Partnering with Urban Adventure Squad for the second year they have planned a spectacular week of hands-on learning at one of the first National Historic Landmarks in America. Tudor Place and UAS are combining forces to offer a unique, hyperlocal historical experience that will be enriching, exciting, and physically active. Campers will explore how waste management and eco-friendly practices have changed over time by learning how the Peter family got rid of their waste, heated and powered their home, and took care of stormwater management, and then find out how if these things are done differently now. This program will include off-campus adventures–trips between 1 and 4 miles on-foot and using public transportation–and plenty of outdoor time.