The Kennedy Homes of Georgetown

    Georgetown tour2
    Rick snider
    09 Jan 2015
    Clock 50min      Length1mi
    1 rating

    Tourdescription About the audio tour

    Stroll the path of Camelot's early days, when a beautiful young journalist met a rising politician and wartime hero who later became the U.S. president. See the many homes where John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy resided, Martin's Tavern where they got engaged, their church Holy Trinity, and Jackie's home after the president's death. We'll also see colonial architecture reminiscent of England, in a neighborhood just steps away from shopping and night spots.

    Majorlandmarks Major Landmarks

    Holy Trinity Church, Martin's Tavern, Georgetown University

    Startingpoint Directions to starting point

    3513 N Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20007

    Tips Tips

    Places to stop along the way:

    Holy Trinity Church, Martin's Tavern, Georgetown University

    Best time to walk:

    Anytime during the day is fine, but nights are discouraged because of uneven sidewalks.


    Georgetown is typically a safe area, but like all major cities you should be aware of your surroundings.

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