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This is just across the street from the Ford Theatre where President Lincoln was shot. There are two original beds in separate rooms. The first is where Abe was first laid and then later moved to the back bedroom.
The Peterson boarding house has the room where Lincoln died after being shot in Ford's theatre. There is also a lincoln museum in the same building. This museum is much larger than it used to be. Lot's of interesting exhibits. I liked this one better...More
Extremely important part of American History, this was our second visit to Ford's theatre, but the line was so long last time that we had to miss the Peterson House. This time the line was even longer, but we waited, and the line eventually moved,...More
After taking a tour of the fords theater you can come across the street to this building to see where Lincoln was taken and where he died. The second floor was under renovation. We quickly walked through and then took the elevator which brought you...More
So this is where Lincoln actually died after he was shot. He was carried here and taken in by the Petersen's. It's a really good walk through of the events of that night, and the final capture of his assassins. But the real prize is...More
I have been studying the Lincoln assassination for years so this attraction was high on my list of must visits in Washington. Actually visiting just did not live up to my expectations. There was almost nothing original left of the house and many things such...More
You need a ticket from the Ford Theatre to visit Petersen House. It is one of the attractions your ticket includes ($3 if pre-booked online, or free if you walk in and the tour that hour isn't yet full). The Petersen House is where Lincoln...More
The aftermath of the assassination both literally and figuratively is summed up here. You begin your tour on the first floor through the waiting areas to the small room in which Lincoln died. Then the tour takes you to an excellent exhibit show casing the...More