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Famously known as President Abraham Lincoln's assassination site, Ford's Theatre is a historic and iconic landmark in Washington DC.
Opened in August of 1863, Ford's Theatre was renovated during the 2000s and now functions as a theatre after again. It, along with the adjacent Petersen House, serve as the Ford's Theatre National Historic Site.
Carve out some time in your travel agenda the next time you're in DC and visit Ford's Theatre. Throughout the year, Ford's Theatre is the stage for a slew of live performances.
Ford's Theatre offers a "History on Foot" walking tour of downtown DC guided by an actor dressed like a Civil War character. With so many excellent and poignant monuments and memorials to experience on your exploration of DC, be sure to add Ford's Theatre to the list.
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