Today at the Woodrow Wilson House
While we have cancelled tours, events and programs, there are other ways to enrich your life through the preservation and sharing of history.
Our first priority is to protect our visitors, staff, and community. We have cancelled all activities at the Wilson House and transitioned to working from home. As students of history, join us as we strive to l earn lessons from the past:
Now more than ever, t he history of 100 years ago remains relevant to our own life and society. Stay engaged with other history-minded folks on Instagram at wwilsonhouse and Facebook at WoodrowWilsonHouse as we explore parallels between our time and that of President Wilson.

For a #MuseumMomentOfZen in this crisis, here's the video we posted last week on Instagram:
The first in our Women's Suffrage Lecture Series:
"Start to (Un)Finished: A Look Back at Suffrage History"
aired on CSPAN3 this weekend:

We will reschedule the rest of our "Why Wait" Suffrage Lecture Series. In the meantime, you can read staff favorites on topics related to the important 100th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage:

  • The Suff Buffs: Your Not So Average Herstory Series, a blog from the Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission
  • Suffragists in Washington, D.C.: The 1913 Parade and the Fight for the Vote, Rebecca Boggs Roberts
  • A Colored Woman in a White World, Mary Church Terrell
  • Why They Marched: Untold Stories of the Women Who Fought for the Right to Vote, Susan Ware

The issues that President Wilson faced still resonate today - especially in the midst of this global health crisis. Please consider supporting our work at this critical time as we continue to bring you a window to the past and lessons for the future.