Historical Sites

Washington National Catheral
An extensive collection of links which includes among others, a virtual tour, worship times and a list of events, online sermons, and parish organizations
Georgetown Market
The Georgetown Market was built in 1865 on the site of an earlier 1795 market
Lockkeeper's House
The C & O Extension was built between 1832 and 1833 to connect the Washington City Canal with the C & O Canal.
Georgetown Historic Area
come in and step back into Washington DC frontier history
Civil War Defenses
On forested hills surrounding the nation's capital are the remnants of a complex system of Civil War fortifications.
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
the C&O Canal was a lifeline for communities and businesses along the Potomac River as coal, lumber, grain and other agricultural products floated down the canal to market
Home of Frederick Douglass
home of famous abolitionist, writer, lecturer, statesman, and Underground Railroad conductor, Frederick Douglass
Ford Theater
Abraham Lincoln was shot and killed on April 14, 1865. A well-known actor, John Wilkes Booth, desperate to aid the dying Confederacy
  Other DC Historic Sites
Travel Itinerary List of Historic Places