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The Washington Post featured President Lincoln’s Cottage in a summer roundup of fun activities to do with kids. Read the full article and discover why the writer profiled the Cottage on the short list of “things to take our kids to before school starts.” Planning to visit with your children? Pack a picnic and enjoy our ample lawn space and …
CurbedDC, a blog covering real estate and neighborhood news, profiled the Cottage in a recent article as a memorial “that acts as more of a museum.” Read the full article. Photo by Ron Cogswell.
Are you interested in bringing a large group of visitors to the Cottage? Read what Liz Stringer, a group tour planner from Michigan, had to say about her experience bringing visitors to the Cottage. “I made arrangements to bring a bus tour of 30+ people to the Cottage and your staff made it one of the most pleasant experiences I’ve …
Roll Call reporters visited President Lincoln’s Cottage to cover the third annual youth citizenship ceremony in the Emancipation Room. Read the full article. Photo by Tom Williams, CQ Roll Call
President Lincoln’s Cottage partnered with the US Citizenship and Immigration Services to host a special citizenship ceremony honoring recently naturalized children. USA Today visited the Cottage to cover the program. Watch the full segment here.
The Chinese language channel of Voice of America recently visited President Lincoln’s Cottage to learn more about Lincoln’s storied retreat. Watch the video!
Youth Citizenship Ceremony at President Lincoln’s Cottage WHEN: Tuesday April 22, 2014 from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. RSVP requested by 10 am on April 22, 2014. Contact: HMalson@savingplaces.org / 202-829-0436 x31228. WHERE: President Lincoln’s Cottage. Entrance located at the intersection of Rock Creek Church Rd NW and Upshur St NW (GPS: 140 Rock Creek Church Road NW, Washington DC …