Admission and Tickets

Rear view of Dumbarton House. Joseph Nourse, first Register of the U.S. Treasury, resided at Dumbarton House with his family, servants, and slaves from 1804-1813. Drawing on our rich collection of Nourse objects and family archives, as well as public and private collections, we offer a fascinating insight into their daily lives.

*Dumbarton House is closed for cleaning and exhibit installation during the month of January*

Join a knowledgeable docent for a 45 minute tour through the historic house and enjoy self-guided exhibitions. For your convenience, book online or by phone for our Saturday and Sunday guided tours at 10:30am and 1:30pm. Reservations are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome as space permits.

Self-guided tours are available daily. Guided tours are subject to docent availability. Reservations are required for group tours and specialty tours; available for parties of 8 or more.

$10 – General Admission

$8 – AAA Members, Civil Servants, National Trust Members

Free – Museum & NSCDA Members, Children & Students (with ID), AAM, NARM, HHMC, US Treasury Employees