This is a walk through a small park, but it is also a journey that covers love, betrayal, murder, a duel to the death, attempted assassination, ghosts, the heroes of two wars and - oh yeah - the White House.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Lafayette Park, White House, Stephen DeCatur House, Andrew Jackson statue
The walk starts at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 1525 H Street
Places to stop along the way:
The Stephen DeCatur House is a naval museum and open during the day.
Best time of day:
The tour can be done at any time, but daytime hours are best.
This is the most secure area you'll ever enter because it's next to the White House.
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