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Pope-Leighey House In-Depth Tour
Take a rare and detailed behind-the-scenes look at the only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house museum in the metropolitan Washington, DC area during a special In-Depth Tour at the Pope-Leighey House. In-Depth Tours are accredited by the AIA as 2 hours of continuing education.
More About Woodlawn Plantation and the Pope-Leighey House
Located at the edge of Mount Vernon, the Woodlawn Plantation was part of the original Mount Vernon Estate. The National Trust Historic Site is a 126-acre estate and was the home of George Washington's nephew Major George Lewis and his wife, Eleanor Custis. Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope-Leighey House is also located on the preserve and attracts thousands of architecture buffs from around the globe annually. Woodlawn Plantation is now the home of the Arcadia Center for Sustainable Agriculture, a new nonprofit providing local students with fresh produce.