After being shot at Ford’s Theatre, the unconscious president was carried across the street to die at Petersen House. Its tiny,...
Ford’s Theatre Center
It’s hard to miss this new addition to the Ford’s complex: a giant Abe peers out from a glass window, and a 34ft stack of Lincoln books...
On April 14, 1865, John Wilkes Booth assassinated Abraham Lincoln in his box seat at Ford's Theatre . The theater still operates today,...
The historical theater – where John Wilkes Booth killed Abraham Lincoln – has staged world- premiere musicals, mostly about Lincoln’s...
D’Oc is widely acknowledged as Washington’s best place to impress with old-school French cuisine. It’s supremely cozy, more Languedoc...
1180 F St NW · interesting places nearby
Washingtonians come to this rather luxurious spa for a day’s pampering – from perfect pedicures to Swedish massages – but check out the store in front for an impressive array of beauty products by such upscale designers as Peter Thomas Roth and Jack Black.