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 garden area of the Old Stone House is not reminiscent of a colonial garden but rather an English-style garden. A colonial garden would have been more practical with herbs, vegetables and small livestock.