- $25 for one admission to an architectural walking tour of DC with Bill Lebovich
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
Tours meet on the sidewalk in front of Metropolitan Club.
Each event is capped at 15 purchasers; each event requires a minimum of 8 purchasers in order to take place.
What You'll Do
Some think of Foggy Bottom only as the neighborhood that houses GWU and financial agencies, but architectural historian Bill Lebovich knows that its home to so much more. During a less-than-2-mile stroll from west of the White House through Foggy Bottom, Bill points out the beautiful architecture of buildings forged in the Federal period and a few more contemporary postmodernist designs. The tour will put you in touch with the former and current homes and headquarters of prominent Washingtonians, as well as major educational institutions, museums, clubs, and international government bodies.
Explore Overlooked Urban Sites of DC
Learn about former and current homes of prominent Washingtonians, as well as museums, social clubs, and international government bodies.
Trace Washington's architectural heritage from the Federal to postmodern periods.
Bring Your Camera
Feel free to stop and take pictures—there will be plenty of photo ops along the way.
Bill Lebovich is an architectural historian and large-format architectural photographer whose accomplishments speak for themselves: As part of the National Park Service’s National Register, he worked on the Historical American Buildings Survey program and testified on behalf of the Secretary of the Interior. As a teacher, Bill has lectured on architecture history at George Washington University and taught documentary photography for the National Preservation Institute, with his own photos appearing in places like the Library of Congress and the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Independently, Bill has evaluated and documented buildings in Washington DC and surrounding areas as well as throughout the United States and the Gulf of Mexico.
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