This in-depth tour will allow visitors see the insides and interiors of some of Dumbarton House's important objects, including the Baltimore desk, piano forte, and Charleston sideboard, not usually seen by the public. Learn about these wonderful objects and our on-going efforts to preserve the Dumbarton House collection. Scott Scholz, Deputy Director & Curator, will give the hour-long tour. The program will begin in the Dumbarton House Visitor Center, located on the Q Street side of the house. Limited free parking available in our lot located at the corner of 27th and Q Streets, NW.
Event begins at 7:00PM
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