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Ford's Theatre At Washington
Ford's Theatre
511 10th St. NW , Washington DC , 20004 202-347-4833
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Learn about Abraham Linconln's life and death at Ford's Theatre

An amazing history lesson takes place at this working theatre, which is a little over a mile from our conveniently located hotel in central DC. Check out the Ford's Theatre Museum where you'll encounter exhibits that tell the complete story of Abraham Lincoln, his presidency, and assassination. Additional activities range from plays and National Park Service ranger presentations to a visit to Petersen House, the place where Lincoln passed away.
 

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Prices -

Individual tickets are $3.00 per person. Tickets for groups of 15 or more are $2.50. There are a limited number of free same-day tickets.
 

Hours -

Box Office is open daily except Thanksgiving and Christmas at 8:30 a.m. Doors open at 9:00 a.m. and close at 4:30 p.m.
 

Events

  • One Destiny
  • History on Foot
  • Come From Away
 
 

Activities

  • Tours
  • Museum
  • Ranger Presentations
  • Petersen House
  • Center for Education & Leadership
  • Dining
     
 

FAQs

  • Is Ford's Theatre appropriate for young children?

    It's recommended that you don't bring children under 8 years of age as they may not be able to handle the museum exhibits, which cover the topics of assassination, death, and hanging. If you're not sure if an exhibit is appropriate, check with a staff member and they'll be able to guide you.
  • Can I bring food?

    You are welcome to bring your own food to Ford's Theatre. Or you can purchase snacks and drinks from the concessions that are located in the lobby sections. Please be advised that no food of any kind is allowed in the historic and exhibit areas although bottled water is permitted.
 

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