preserve, protect, and enhance the historic and built environment
of Washington, DC, through advocacy and education.
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Build’s appreciation for the city’s history.
Promotes a sense of community and place.
See what’s protected in your neighborhood.
The Bloomgindale Historic District’s rowhouses are not only remarkably intact, but are substantial in size and materials (primarily brick with some stone) and offer quality design and craftsmanship. Built almost entirely between 1892 and 1916, the rowhouses are most commonly the product of teams of developers, builders, and architects. Read more…
The Foundry Branch Trolley Trestle is one of only two remaining bridges along the former trolley line linking Georgetown and Glen Echo, Maryland. This line, constructed around 1900, provided the transportation to a ‘trolley’ park and thousands of Washingtonians used the line annually to access the Glen Echo Amusement Park. Read more…
Events and Education
October 24th @ 7pm
October 18th @ 6pm
October 13th @ 2pm
October 11th @ 6:30 pm