A small house museum tucked away north of Dupont Circle, this is a nice respite from the large downtown museums and bustle of tourists. Wilson lived here after the White House and viewing his study gives an intimate feel for what his life must have been like on a much smaller scale than the White House. There's a 15 minute film of his life that helps set the stage for what his last years must have been like after his failure with the League of Nations and his debilitating stroke. Docents lead small groups through the house and garden out back for $10. The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday 10-4.
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