1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is arguably the most famous address in the United States, and the White House one of the most recognized residences in the world. Every president except George Washington has called the White House home and has run the executive branch of the United States Government from within its walls.

President’s Park not only provides the setting for the White House but also functions as an important public space within Washington, D.C. President’s Park includes Lafayette Park, the Ellipse and its side panels, the First Division Monument and Sherman Park. President’s Park sits next to the National Mall and is visually connected to the Jefferson Memorial, the Washington Monument, and the United States Capitol.
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    1849 C Street NW
    Room 1426

    Washington, DC 20240


    (202) 208-1631

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