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Ford's Theatre

Washington, USA
4.7 / 13
The theater where the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, was killed. This happened in 1865, when Lincoln was in his VIP box to watch the play. A native of the slaveholding South of the USA and a fanatic of the old order D.W. Booth secretly entered the box and shot the president. Now the theater functions as a museum. The building is included in the register of national historical places of the USA.
Ford's Theatre
Address:511 10th Street Northwest, Washington
Phone:+1 202-347-4833

Galen Johnson
01.06.21

How can anyone go and not want to weep? Fantastic park rangers.

Ryan Calvin
02.12.20

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 »

Chelsea Coleman
07.11.20

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 »

Neil Noland
26.10.20

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 »

Jefferson Washburn
25.10.20

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 »

Zach Melder
01.10.20

The museum and inside was closed, but still interesting seeing the outside and the house across the street where President Lincoln died.

Kavyun Parker
01.10.20

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
19.09.20

amazing sad it was close

Raymond Reynolds
31.08.20

Been there twice every time I go to Washington I’ll probably visit

Keegan M
31.08.20

Neat museum

Danny Cole
30.08.20

I feel sorry for Abraham Lincoln in Ford's Theatre of 1865.

Gary Clarke
04.03.20

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
01.03.20

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 »

Greg Kahl
13.01.20

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 »

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