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2020 O Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036
(in the middle of 20th & 21st Streets)

Public Transportation

Conveniently located less than a block from embassy row and the Dupont Circle Metro Red Line - South Exit - we recommend you go green and use public transportation when you visit.

  • Take the Metro Red Line to Dupont Circle
  • Take the Dupont Circle/South exit
  • At the top of the escalator turn right and carefully cross 19th Street, NW
  • Walk between the two buildings in front of you and then carefully cross New Hampshire Avenue, NW
  • Walk left and you'll see signage for 20th & O Streets, NW
  • Carefully cross 20th Street and come on down O Street to 2020 on your left. Welcome

Did you know?
most of the rabbis in the greater washington area have been to the mansion.

If you require the use of an elevator:

  • Take the Metro Red Line to Dupont Circle
  • Take the north - Q st. exit
  • When you get to st. level turn left towards 20th st.
  • Turn left on 20th st.
  • Turn right on O st. - we are half a block down on the left

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Thank you and your wife again for the friendly hospitality and helping me and my family in this time of transition in our lives. We truly enjoyed our stay at the Mansion and all it had to offer! We will definitely come back and visit the Mansion many times whether for brunch or a show!

— Hector — Long Term Hotel Guest


We recommend you take the metro or a ride share service. Valet parking is available for our overnight guests $38/car (plus applicable taxes). 

On-street parking near The Mansion is limited. We recommend booking convenient and affordable parking in advance through SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservation app. To reserve your parking spot use the widget below or visit The Mansion on O & O Street Museum Parking Page.


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The staff here is so friendly and wonderful. I wish I could remember the gentleman that primarily spoke to us (did the introduction, fielded questions, checked on us when we would end up back on the first floor) - he was not one of the founders/owners, but he was great! Super nice and very funny. I could have spent all day looking for hidden doors. My best friend and I were a little disappointed that we could only find about 10 doors but that's good for a first try so I can't be too upset! If I ever find myself in DC again I will definitely be making a trip back here. I'd like to try one of the scavenger hunts.

— Jessie Shourds