Discover the 70 secret doorways hidden throughout this Dupont Circle mansion with glass of champagne in hand
About This Deal
After purchasing this deal, you will need to visit the website listed on your voucher to complete redemption.
- One Self-Guided Champagne Tour
- Discover the 70 Secret Doors Hidden Throughout the Mansion
- Tour This Intriguing Dupont Circle Museum
- Following Purchase, Register Your Voucher Online
Explore intriguing themed rooms including a two-story Log Cabin, the John Lennon Suite, the Safari room, a hidden wine cellar, secret doors, and a treasure trove of antiques, art, and memorabilia – and more – at the O Street Museum in the The Mansion on O Street just off Dupont Circle.
You’ll get to check out this historic home-turned-hotel that’s home to a collection of more than 20,000 books, paintings, photographs, and more. Use this deal to take yourself on a self-guided tour of all of its mystery with a glass of champagne in hand.
One of DC’s Most Unique Museums
The cool factor of this former FBI hideout has definitely been noticed – it has been featured on The Travel Channel’s show Mega Mansions, and was recently deemed a “Hidden Gem” by Washingtonian Magazine. The O Street Museum in The Mansion on O Street boasts more than 70 secret doors and 100 rooms full of paintings, sculptures, memorabilia – all for sale.
About O Museum in the Mansion
Built in 1892 by Edward Clark, an architect whose work includes the US Capitol, O Museum in the Mansion boasts an incredible amount of history.
- Themed rooms and secret doors: Over the years, donors have helped stock the 100-room mansion—complete with 70 secret doorways—with original paintings, incredible sculptures, historical memorabilia, and the largest private signed guitar collection on the east coast, including ones signed by Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones, Les Paul, Bruce Springsteen, and more.
- Unique events: Besides their unique exhibits, concerts, artist & author talks, and magic shows, O Museum offers tours and treasure hunts that encourage guests to explore the many themed rooms and secret doors on their own.
- Notable residents: Edward's brother, James "Champ" Clark, Speaker of the House under Teddy Roosevelt; clandestine FBI personnel under then-agency-head J. Edgar Hoover; Mrs. Rosa Parks; and "America’s Black Forum," one of the nation's longest running syndicated television series.
- Featured on: The Travel Channel's show Mega Mansions; "Hidden Gem" by Washingtonian Magazine, and named The Coolest Place To Stay in DC by Booking.com.