Another year, another crop of stunning homes on the Georgetown House Tour. We’ve got a preview for what’s in store this Saturday—everything from classic to super modern:
And here’s something cool—an only-in-Georgetown moment: This property below held a cameo in an old photo of Jackie Kennedy, strolling by just after she was married in the early 1950s:
Pay attention to the iron gate in this picture of the home, which is how you’ll see it on Saturday:
Mrs. Kennedy once lived two doors down, and those scrolls can be seen in this picture of her more than 70 years ago:
The tour will go on rain or shine this weekend. Click here for ticket information.
And get ready: This is but the start of house and garden tour season! Here are some other good tours coming up:
Garden lovers might want to head instead to Old Town this Saturday, for the Historic Alexandria Garden Tour.
One week later on April 30, take a scenic drive out to Fredericksburg for its Garden Tour — both tours are part of Virginia’s statewide Garden Week.
If you live in Maryland, check out the stately gardens of old Chevy Chase Village on May 18.
If you’re more of a home person, come out to Arlington for the annual Tuckahoe Elementary Home & Garden Tour on May 11.
Also on May 11, you may want to go back to Georgetown for its Garden Tour.
And this is definitely worth a drive to Baltimore, for the Fell’s Point Historic Harbor House Tour on May 12.
For a completely different flavor of homes back in DC, check out the Brookland House and Garden Tour on June 2.
And eco-friendly fans will want to check out the Green Home and Garden Tour in Arlington, also on June 2.