• View of the White House's north side from Layfatte Park

    President's Park (White House)

    District of Columbia

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  • White House Fence Restoration and Sidewalk Closure

    The National Park Service is restoring the White House fence along Pennsylvania Avenue, portions of which are believed to date back to 1818. During this restoration work, sections of the White House sidewalk will be temporarily closed for public safety. More »

  • Construction Project Affecting the White House Sidewalk

    Due to a construction project, a portion of both the White House sidewalk and Pennsylvania Avenue near East Executive Avenue will be closed until April 2015.

Where To Eat

Eateries

There are many different restaurants, food truck stands, and food courts within close walking distance to President's Park. Whether you prefer fine-dining restaurants, fast-food, or anything in between, Washington DC offers several suitable options. Within President's Park, Guest Services Incorporated operates a concession stand at the Ellipse Visitor Pavilion, usually open from 9 am to 5 pm daily.

Did You Know?

George Washington

In 1790 George Washington selected a ridge overlooking the Potomac River as the site for the President's House. Known today as President's Park, this was the first land acquired for the District of Columbia.