The Woodrow Wilson House is a national historic landmark and house museum that focuses on President Woodrow Wilson's "Washington Years." In 1921, after leading the nation through the first World War, President Woodrow Wilson moved to this elegant Washington home.
The townhouse, located in the capital’s Embassy Row neighborhood, was a quiet haven. As Washington’s only presidential museum, the Wilsons' home presents a fascinating glimpse into the life of an educator, scholar and world statesman.
The Woodrow Wilson House is owned and operated by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.