Washington National Cathedral

3101 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washingon, DC 20016 Get Directions


This Washington landmark, built in 1907, is where the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached his last Sunday sermon, in 1968. The property includes two gardens, four schools, and a greenhouse. The cathedral has 200 stained-glass windows. Repairs began after an earthquake damaged the cathedral in August 2011. Reception space is available, but access is limited during reconstruction, which continues and may only be completed in 2014.


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Washington National Cathedral: Event Space 200 120
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