Since this scavenger hunt was originally published, in May 2020, several items have disappeared. We’ve left their pictures in place to acknowledge the amusement they provided but have noted their absence. As we become aware of others, we’ll update. Below are pictures of the items to seek.
All are visible from the street. Download a Photo List , if you wish. [Photographers: Maygene Daniels, Jackie Krieger, Norman Metzger, Elizabeth Nelson, Beth Purcell, Betsy Rutkowski]
We’ve included photos from across The Hill (some iconic, others more obscure), an excuse to check out nooks and crannies you don’t often visit. To make the hunting a bit easier, they’re arranged into Northeast and Southeast groupings. Or be an armchair traveler and enjoy the sights from the comfort of your own home.
Have fun exploring the whimsy of Capitol Hill!
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Many Thanks to our House Tour sponsors:
And Advertisers: Borger Management, Capitol Hill Day School, Chuck Burger Real Estate (Coldwell Banker), Gary + Michael Real Estate (Coldwell Banker), Pettie Tubbs Real Estate (Coldwell Banker), Congressional Cemetery, DC Access, EHT Traceries,Frager’s Ace Hardware, Meg Jeanne Phil Real Estate (Compass Realty), Jackie Libby Crystal – JLC Team (Compass Realty), Michael Halebian & Co. Rugs, Nishan Halim, DMD, Heather Schoell (Berkshire Hathaway/PenFed Realty), Horton’s Kids, Lawlor Architects, N&M House Detectives, Schneider’s of Capitol Hill – Fine Wines and Spirits, Judi Seiden Group (Berkshire Hathaway/PenFed Realty), Tech Painting Co., Wentworth Architecture Interior Design & Construction, Wilcox Electric, Yarmouth Management, Betsy Rutkowsky (Long & Foster Real Estate)
Thanks, also, to our many friends: East City Bookshop, Labyrinth Games & Puzzles, Community Forklift, Eastern Market, Eastern Market Mainstreet, Frager’s Hardware, Hill Center, Hill’s Kitchen, Groovy DC, Capitol Hill Art League, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, Capitol Hill Village, Joseph Harrison Snyder, Artist
While we’re waiting for the traditional House & Garden tour, we’re getting ready for a virtual House Tour this fall, featuring homes from past tours. We think you’ll really enjoy making the cursor “walk” you through the homes and zoom in on points of interest!
We’re currently seeking $100 sponsors to help defray the cost of the virtual tour. Is there a restaurant or school that you’d like to help promote? Or maybe you’d prefer to become a member? Whichever way, we hope you’ll be a part of CHRS. Please contact Jackie_Krieger@yahoo.com if you’d like to purchase an ad. Thanks!