Ford's TheatreWashington, USA
|Address:||511 10th Street Northwest, Washington|
How can anyone go and not want to weep? Fantastic park rangers.
We have visited Ford’s theatre a few times now and I always find something new to see there. Each of the park rangers give a fun and unique talk in t.. Read more »
LOVELY! The staff and park rangers are so friendly and informative. This is one of the more lesser known things to do in DC and I highly recommend. .. Read more »
For $3, it's a very fair bargain. The museum below the theater has nice exhibits and it's interesting to see the theater. You should know, though, tha.. Read more »
Great museum and historic site. The staff was very helpful and they took lots of COVID precautions. They only let people in with advanced tickets on t.. Read more »
The museum and inside was closed, but still interesting seeing the outside and the house across the street where President Lincoln died.
Had a great time watching "My American Cousin", really great play. During the showing some lady screamed from a booth above me, and I heard a gunshot .. Read more »
|Frederick J Vicens|
amazing sad it was close
Been there twice every time I go to Washington I’ll probably visit
I feel sorry for Abraham Lincoln in Ford's Theatre of 1865.
Well preserved piece of history. Sad day in time, but such a well explained historical account. Covers history before, during, and after the assassina.. Read more »
|Our Haunted Travels - PAN|
If you are into history involving Abraham Lincoln, this location has to be on your bucket list. We were not there for a performance; however, we did.. Read more »
Cool historic site! Good museum, not very large, but still a good time. Exhibits walk you through the entirety of Lincoln's presidency including the c.. Read more »