Decatur House is a historic house museum at 748 Jackson Place in Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States. It is named after its first owner and occupant Stephen Decatur. The house (built, 1818) is located at the northwest corner of Lafayette Square, at the southwest corner of Jackson Place and H Street, near the White House. A museum, it now serves as the National Center for White House History, managed by the White House Historical Association. [Description via, Photos via, via]
Why We Love It
-In addition to being a piece of American history, this house museum lends a stunning backdrop for elegant private events and weddings.
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