Old Stone House is located at 3051 M Street, NW, in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
From Maryland: Interstate 495 and Rockville Pike
Take exit 34 south onto Rockville Pike (MD-355S). Head into Washington DC for 7.3 miles; eventually Rockville Pike will become Wisconsin Avenue. At the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue NW and M Street NW in Georgetown, turn left and go 1 ½ blocks until you see the Old Stone House on your left, across from Jefferson Street NW.
From Virginia: Interstate 95 and Interstate 395
Take I-95N towards Washington DC. Merge onto I-395N towards Washington. Go 8 miles until you merge onto Washington Blvd. via exit 8B toward Pentagon/Arlington Cemetery/Rosslyn/Memorial Bridge. Go 1.5 miles, then take the George Washington Memorial Parkway north ramp towards US 50W. Go a short distance then take the ramp towards Memorial Bridge/Arlington Cemetery. Go a short distance and take a slight right onto Arlington Memorial Bridge. Cross bridge and take ramp towards Rock Creek Parkway/Kennedy Center. Turn a slight right onto Ohio Drive SW and then go a short distance to the E Street ramp towards Roosevelt Bridge/Whitehurst Freeway. Merge onto the Potomac River Freeway N, go .67 miles, then take the Whitehurst Freeway exit. Take the ramp towards Pennsylvania Avenue for a short distance, and then take a slight right turn onto L Street NW. Go a short distance and turn left onto 26th Street NW, then turn left onto Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Cross over the Rock Creek and take a slight left turn onto M Street NW. The Old Stone House is two blocks down on your right.
Did You Know?
The Old Stone House is the oldest standing structure in Washington D.C. It is also approxiamately 85% original in its construction.