All Tours: 4

This tour will explore the diverse collection of buildings located in Washington’s historic commercial core. The Downtown district lies at the heart of the federal city, as laid out in 1791 by the French engineer and Washington city planner, Pierre…

Southwest is full of mid-century modernist architectural gems. These include Arena Stage, River Park, and I.M. Pei's Town Center East. However, the neighborhood also gained notoriety as an early site of urban renewal. Follow along to learn…

Capitol Hill boasts the largest Historic District in Washington D.C. The neighborhood was first centered around a collection of boarding houses and today is a thriving community, full of diverse residents and architecture. This tour follows the…

Explore the evolution of African American education and school architecture in Washington by visiting nine schoolhouses. The tour begins with schools constructed after emancipation and concludes with a school that is nationally significant for its…