National Cathedral & Dupont Circle

National Cathedral & Dupont Circle
1 session, 8.5 hours

 
 
Depart FCC and head south to our Nation’s Capital, Washington, DC. Our first stop will be at the Washington National Cathedral – a beautiful example of Gothic architecture. It is the 6th largest cathedral in the world and took 87 years to build! Then head down Embassy Row to Dupont Circle and the quirky O Street Mansion. Today, the property consists of more than 100 rooms of varying architectural, artistic and design periods. Be sure to bring your checkbook because all of the art you’ll see is available for sale. Finally, stop by the Anderson House, a National Historic Landmark, completed in 1905. Our docent-led tour reveals the history of the Society, the significance of the American Revolution, and the lives and collections of the home’s first owners.

Note: A boxed lunch and all admissions are included in the price of the tour. No refunds after close of business on 3/25.

Instructor: Marsha Adelson is a retired Federal Employee who has spent the last 10+ years as a Licensed Professional Tour Guide in Washington, DC. She has lived in the Washington Metropolitan Area her whole life and enjoys sharing the beauty, history and uniqueness of our Nation’s Capital with others through tours and lectures.

ILR774 National Cathedral & Dupont Circle
5-Digit Number: 17258
Thu, 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., 4/11
Location: FCC Main Campus (Exact location will be emailed to students one week in advance)
Tuition: $40.00 Fee: $99.00 Total: $139.00
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only

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