The Windsor Inn

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

1842 16th St. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20009, United States
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Hillwood museum or the Post Mansion

by mccalpin

Another DC question...has anyone visited the Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens, founded by American collector and heiress to the Post cereal empire Marjorie Merriweather Post?

What did you think? How much time did you spend there?

Bill

Re: Hillwood museum or the Post Mansion

by von.otter

Yes, during our May 2009 visit to DC we visited Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens (http://www.hillwoodmuseum.org/)

GO! It is a wonderful, wonderful house museum. Mrs. Post put her millions to excellent use when she bought the art that is showcased here. The audio tour is first rate; I only wish the apparatus for the audio guide was more like those in Europe: small, compact devises instead of the cumbersome affair that it is.

We spent the entire afternoon at Hillwood. There is a small cafe with rather a good lunch menu.

Take a look at my Washington, DC pages that cover Hillwood for photos and commentary.

Re: Hillwood museum or the Post Mansion

by mccalpin

Thanks!

Bill

Travel Tips for Washington D.C.

Information kiosks

by Herkbert

While walking around the mall area you will find Information kiosks strategically located. They can answer a variety of questions for you, but they also have detailed maps of the mall area to help you plan out your touring. And they're free!

If you want to enjoy the Cherry Blossoms...

by tpangelinan

If you want to be able to move around at all, do NOT go to see the Cherry Blossoms on the Last Saturday of Peak Bloom. "When is peak bloom" you may ask.
You can find this out every year on a great web site.
It is called
www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org On Friday, before the parade, during the day it was lovely and quiet around the basin. People were strolling and photographing the trees, and offering to take photos of each other. It was so peaceful. The next day it was like another planet. Too many people, (20-30 deep between you and the basin) not enjoyable at all. Mike never would have gotten this picture on Saturday, the day of the Cherry Blossom Parade.

A cheap city to visit

by loliver19

Nearly every attraction is free or costs very little. All museums and monuments are free or close to free and are very well kept. The Smithsonian Museum was excellent. Probably could spend weeks there just visiting the musuem which covers several extremely large buildings. Arlington National Cemetery is also a 'must see'.

Just spend a day in Potomac...

by gtoates

Just spend a day in Potomac Park and surrounding area where you can visit the various monuments and see all the buildings associated with the government of the world's biggest democracy. The easiest capital city in the world to park a car---for free. We visited on a Sunday but it was an experience I am not familiar with.

visit Ford's Theatre where...

by MegSmith252

visit Ford's Theatre where President Lincoln was shot and Petersen House where he died. As a student of history I found it fascinating.
The brochure is very informative. The general atmosphere.
A thing I will never forget is Arlington Cemetery. It brought tears to my eyes, even though I am an Australian. The F.D.R. memorial was wonderful & inspirational. The brochure was informative,

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Address: 1842 16th St. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20009, United States