The Morrison-Clark Inn, Washington DC

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The Morrison-Clark Inn, Washington DC was built as two separate residences in 1864, owned separately by the Morrison and Clark families. The homes were purchased by the Women’s Army and Navy League who combined and converted them into the Soldiers’, Sailors’, and Airmen’s Club, an inexpensive place for the enlisted to stay as they passed through the nation’s capital. It was a gathering place for high society women, including every first lady from Grace Coolidge to Nancy Reagan, who hosted silver teas and Sunday coffee. The Inn opened in 1987 following renovations by William Adair who supervised renovations of The White House. In 2015, the Morrison-Clark Historic Inn expanded into an adjacent former Chinese church and historic townhouse. The historic DC hotel doubled in size and boasts Asian-Victorian décor.

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Discover the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Walter E. Washington Convention Center nearby.


Discover the Victorian charm of the Morrison-Clark Inn, Washington DC the only inn in the nation’s capital to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Explore Pennsylvania Avenue and admire the Neoclassical architecture of the White House.


Experience local National Trust for Historic Preservation historic sites and discover great architecture, magnificent landscapes, and life-changing stories.


Taste classic American cuisine in a Victorian parlor setting at the Morrison-Clark Restaurant, the signature restaurant of this historic inn.

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