• Old Stone House

    The Old Stone House

    District of Columbia

Cell Phone Audio Tours

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Look for this sign around the park to indicate cell phone tour stops.

Your phone provides a fun way to learn more about Rock Creek Park. You can listen to a park ranger give a two-minute narration on various aspects of the park.
When visiting Rock Creek Park you can listen to these narrations at numerous points of interest in Washington DC. Just look for the “Dial and Discover” signs, call 202-730-9307, and enter the stop number. Since this is a phone tour, you can be anywhere in Washington where there is cell phone coverage to listen to the messages. Feel free to stroll along as you listen, then stop and enjoy the view to reflect on what you have just learned.
There is no additional charge to listen to these messages. Please be aware that cell phone coverage in Rock Creek Park can be spotty and not all providers offer service in the park.
We are very interested in hearing your feedback about this audio tour and we encourage you to leave a message about your experience with this program. You can do this by pressing *0 on your cell phone at anytime while listening to any portion of your tour.
Here are some helpful instructions when you are listening to these audio tours:
Press 1 to Rewind
Press 2 to Pause/Play
Press 3 to Fast Forward
Press # to Stop
Press *0 to Leave Comments
You can also download the audio tour files onto your MP3 player or iPhone. Go to this OnCell Systems web page and follow the instructions.

 
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For printable map of the cell phone tour stops click here.

Did You Know?

Woodworker

At least two men laid the flooring for the second floor of the house. One of the carpenters was right-handed, while the other was left-handed. Evidence for this is seen in the tool marks left by the craftsmen on the underside of the floor.