Petersen Boarding House

23 omdömen
Petersen Boarding House
Built in 1849 by William A. Petersen, this historic home located in northwest Washington, D.C. gained its place in history back in 1865, when President Abraham Lincoln died inside its doors after being shot at the Ford’s Theatre the night before. Today, American history buffs can explore the historic museum maintained by the National Park Service and get up close with one of the most notorious moments in our nation’s history. 

Visitors can check out a recreation of the scene of Lincoln’s death, which includes replicas of his bed and the bloodstained pillow he slept on. Travelers say that while the Petersen Boarding House is definitely worth a visit, tourists should check it out in conjunction with the Ford Theatre for a complete look at its historical context.
Adress: 516 10th Street NW, Washington, DC, USA
Läs mer

Rundturer och aktiviteter (3)

Kategori
Välj datum
Filter
Rensa filter
Rensa filter
Sortera efter:Standard



Rekommenderas för Washington DC


Har du problem med att boka online?
+46 8 446 822 37
Ring +46 8 446 822 37