Monday, September 30, 2013

Tudor Place, Washington, DC

 We recently had another of our Rosemary House Traveling Herb Seminars were we went to Washington DC and visited Tudor Place.  Tudor Place, a National Historic Landmark, is interesting both for its architectural features and also because members of the same family lived in it for six generations.  It was Martha Custis, grand daughter of Martha Washington who resided here.  Not permitted to take photos inside, this house has many original features and a long history of hosting illustrious figures in American history.

Wandering the gardens and the estate we loved the many little nooks and crannies to sit and pause a moment.

1 comment:

The Tea And Hat Lady said...

So happy you were able to get pictures of the Japanese Tea Garden. Lovely day with fantastic people!