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Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens (DEL)


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4155 Linnean Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
 
Map of Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens (DEL), 4155 Linnean Ave NW, Washington

Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens is a historic property located in Washington, D.C., United States. It was the former residence of Marjorie Merriweather Post, a prominent American socialite and businesswoman. The estate encompasses a beautiful mansion, extensive gardens, and a museum that showcases an impressive collection of art, decorative objects, and Russian imperial artifacts.

The Mansion at Hillwood is a grand, Georgian-style mansion built in the 1920s. It features opulent interiors, including lavish reception rooms, a formal dining room, and a stunning Russian-style dacha, or country house, that serves as a private retreat for guests. The mansion's architecture and decor reflect Marjorie Merriweather Post's refined taste and passion for collecting art.

The Gardens at Hillwood span 13 acres and are meticulously designed and maintained. They offer a peaceful oasis in the heart of the city, featuring various themed areas such as a Japanese-style garden, a rose garden, and a French parterre. Visitors can stroll through the beautifully landscaped grounds, enjoying the serene atmosphere and the vibrant colors of the seasonal flowers.

The Museum at Hillwood is home to an extraordinary collection of art and decorative objects, primarily focused on the 18th and 19th centuries. The collection includes European and Russian paintings, sculptures, porcelain, furniture, and textiles. Of particular note is the extensive collection of Russian imperial art, including Fabergé eggs, icons, and jewelry. Visitors can explore the museum's galleries and admire the exquisite craftsmanship and historical significance of the objects on display.

Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens offers guided tours of the mansion, allowing visitors to learn about Marjorie Merriweather Post's life and her passion for collecting. The estate also hosts various exhibitions, cultural events, and educational programs throughout the year, enriching visitors' experience and providing a deeper understanding of the art and history showcased at Hillwood.

Overall, Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens is a captivating destination that combines the beauty of its gardens, the grandeur of its mansion, and the richness of its art collection. It offers a unique glimpse into the world of one of America's most influential collectors, providing a delightful experience for art enthusiasts, history lovers, and nature admirers alike.

   

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