Ringgold-Carroll House 2.5 rating

  Landmarks

The Ringgold-Carroll House was built in 1825 for Tench Ringgold, who was part of a three-member team in charge of restoring public buildings in the District of Columbia, following the War of 1812. From 1832-1833, Chief Justice John Marshall resided with Ringgold in the house. In 1835, the house was sold, and a number of prominent people have since lived in the house, including William Thomas Carroll, a clerk at the Supreme Court, Chief Justice Melville Fuller, Senator Joseph Medill McCormick, and Congressman Robert Low Bacon. The Diplomatic and Consular Officers Retired (DACOR) now occupy the house, which is not open to the public except for special events.

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About Ringgold-Carroll House

 1801 F St NW, Washington, DC 20006, USA

 Nearest Transit: Farragut West (Blue Line & Orange Line)

 +1 202-682-0500

 http://www.dacorbacon.org

Ringgold-Carroll House and Nearby Attractions on Map

Nearby Attractions km / mile
Lincoln Memorial

Lincoln Memorial(1.1 km)
Overlooking the lawns and Reflecting Pool of the National Mall in Washington DC, the Lincoln Memorial is an awe-inspiring monument that honors the 16th President of the USA.

Jefferson Memorial

Jefferson Memorial(1.8 km)
Thomas Jefferson played an outsized role as one of the USA's Founding Fathers, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence, and the third president.

National Gallery of Art

National Gallery of Art(2 km)
The staggering depth and breadth of the world-class collections here are a clear testament to U.

National Museum of American History

National Museum of American History(1.2 km)
Part of the Smithsonian Institution, the National Museum of American History showcases the social, political, cultural, and scientific heritage as well as economic and military history of the United States.

World War II Memorial

World War II Memorial(0.8 km)
The World War II Memorial in the National Mall commemorates the 16 million servicemen of the US armed forces who supported the country's World War II efforts.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum(1.4 km)
Both a museum and a memorial, this space is dedicated to the exposition of just what exactly occurred during the Holocaust, its pointless inhumanity and unbelievable suffering.

Washington Monument

Washington Monument(1 km)
Looming large over the entire National Mall, the Washington Monument is a soaring tribute to Founding Father and first President of the USA George Washington.

Declaration of Independence Memorial

Declaration of Independence Memorial(0.7 km)
A little known memorial stands on the island in the Constitution Gardens Lake, dedicated to the signers of the Declaration of Independence.

Ringgold-Carroll House Tickets and Tours in Washington DC

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