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Tours (on-line reservations required)

We provide a forum for artists to go national and global. Devoid of velvet ropes & glass borders, visitors are
able to immerse themselves in the creative process & experience the exhibits up close and personal.

Hours: daily 11am - 3:00pm - Close 5pm. Tours based on availability.

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Bring a shopping bag. Everything is for sale.


Self-Guided Tour
$15 / person
Self-Guided Tour

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Create your own adventure when you explore the museum and its collection of more than 20,000 books and other donated items on your own. Tour through our themed rooms and search for secret doors, signed guitars, memorabilia, art and much more on this one-of-a-kind journey.

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

MUSEUM CLOSES AT 5pm

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.


Tickets at the door add $5/person


All Ages Treasure Hunt
Now through August
$25/person
All Ages Treasure Hunt

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Think with your heart and feel with your mind as you search through themed rooms and behind secret doors. We will never ruin the surprise of finding a secret door by giving you a map - so be sure to keep your eyes open! If you find two secret doors you are an above average sleuth!

There are easy clues and hard clues on this treasure hunt -- but everyone is sure to have fun.

Only available this month.

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

MUSEUM CLOSES AT 5pm

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.


ADVANCE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED


Mustache Madness Hunt
$35 / person
Mustache Madness Hunt

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Get your mustache on (don't worry we'll give you one) and join in the fun on this zany hunt around The Mansion. You'll put your super sleuth skills to the test as you search for designated items found only at The Mansion. Prizes additional. Explore our themed rooms and search for secret doors. Includes a mustache to wear.

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

MUSEUM CLOSES AT 5pm

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

ADVANCE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED


Rock & Roll Hunt
$35 / person
Rock & Roll Hunt

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Home to singers, songwriters, over 60 signed guitars, rare authentic rock memorabilia, photographs and more, The Mansion has music at it's core. From the Grateful Dead to The Beatles to The Stones and beyond you'll put your knowledge of music to the test as you search all four floors for Rock & Roll items found only at The Mansion. Explore our themed rooms and search for secret doors. Prizes additional.

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

MUSEUM CLOSES AT 5pm

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.


ADVANCE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED


Espionage Hunt
$30 / person
Espionage Hunt

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As a former rooming house for J. Edgar Hoover's G-Men, The Mansion is steeped in history and intrigue. From spies to secret passageways you'll put your super sleuth skills to the test as you search the main floor for designated items found only at The Mansion. Prizes additional. Explore our themed rooms and search for secret doors.

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

MUSEUM CLOSES AT 5pm

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

ADVANCE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED


Chestnut Tree Tour
$40/person
Chestnut Tree Tour

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"There are places that suggest a change in one's state of mind. Then there are places that create one. It is an honor to have found one of the latter. Our sincerest thanks for a wonderful afternoon. Long live the Chestnut Tree... and the Mansion!"
~ Loretta Cooper

Tour outside by our pool and gardens to view one of the few rare adult chestnut trees in the U.S. Nearly extinct in the 1950's, our 60ft. - and growing - American Chestnut Tree has stood the test of time, withstanding an outbreak of blight that eradicated the majority of the chestnut tree population.

After viewing this majestic gift you are invited to explore inside through our themed rooms and search for secret doors.

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.


ADVANCE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED


Mrs. Rosa Parks
Treasure Hunt and Tour
$50 / person
Mrs. Rosa Parks

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"Each person must live their life as a model for others."
~Mrs. Rosa Parks

Celebrate the life of Mrs. Rosa Parks on this journey. A resident of The Mansion for over a decade Mrs. Parks was a mother figure and mentor to Founder, H.H. Leonards. Her presence at The Mansion has left an indelible mark on us. Visit her favorite rooms, view mementos, and hear inspiring stories of how she touched us all.

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

MUSEUM CLOSES AT 5pm

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.



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Penthouse Tour
$60 / person
Penthouse Tour

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Join our experienced docents on this private guided tour through at least 60 of our themed rooms. You'll learn about the history and highlights of the O Museum. While we would never spoil the fun of finding the secret doors on your own -- our docents will give you some hints on what to look for. This is the ONLY tour that includes the ultra-private Penthouse Suite. After your 20 minute guided tour, search for secret doors on your own, as well as shop for items you can't live, without. 100% of your tour money goes to our Museum Programs, so thank you!

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.


ADVANCE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

Food & Beverage Tours (on-line reservations required)

Hours: See individual tours. Close 5pm. Tours based on availability. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.


Celebrate
Champagne & Sweets
$59/person
Celebrate

Make memories and celebrate with a special day you will never forget!

Explore The Mansion's winding hallways and themed rooms searching for secret doors on this one-of-a-kind fun filled journey.

INCLUDES:
- Glass of champagne or sparkling cider
- Mansion baked cookies & brownies
- Treasure hunt
- Explore our themed rooms
- Search for secret doors

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

PLEASE NOTE: One adult required for every four children, 17 and under

MUSEUM CLOSES AT 5pm

This tour is non-refundable. Entire balance is paid in full when you place your reservation.


Breakfast Tour
Daily, 9am - noon
$35/per, minimum 10
Breakfast Tour

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Groups of 10 or more will enjoy our delicious continental breakfast and engage in a short discussion to learn the history and philosophy of The Mansion. Afterwards tour through our themed rooms and behind secret doors to experience the creative process.

INCLUDES
- Private room (one hour)
- Continental breakfast

(sweet breads, yogurt, granola, fresh fruit hot coffee, hot tea, hot chocolate)
- Short discussion

(on our history & philosophy)
- Explore our themed rooms
- Search for secret doors


Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Must be booked on-line at least one week in advance.


Speakeasy Hunt
shhhh . . . add booze! Daily, 4pm - 7pm
$40/per +, minimum 20
Speakeasy Hunt

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Groups of 20 or more will nosh on exotic cheese & crackers - OR- fresh vegetables & dip while they engage in a short discussion to learn the history and philosophy of O Street Museum in The Mansion. Afterwards you'll put your super sleuth skills to the test as you search the main floor for designated items found only at O Museum in The Mansion. Prizes additional.

Includes

- Private room (one hour)
- Exotic cheese & crackers -OR- Fresh vegetables & dip
- Treasure hunt
- Explore our themed rooms
- Search for secret doors

 - Must be 21+ for this hunt
- Bar packages additional
- Add additional appetizers > see options
- Additional mandatory bartender fee will be applied

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

MUSEUM CLOSES at 7pm


Champagne Tour
$35 / person
Champagne Tour

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Magic exists, not just in the mind.

Have a blast when you join us for a glass of champagne or sparkling cider and tour through our themed rooms and secret doors to experience the creative process.

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.


Dessert Tea Tour
2.5 hour
$35/per, minimum 15
Dessert Tea Tour

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Package Includes

  • Ultimate privacy
  • Space to fit rental
  • Self-guided tour (first 45 minutes of event)
  • Dedicated event planner
  • House tablecloths
  • Gift table
  • Housekeeping fees

Tea Menu

(pre-select two)
(add third option add $4.50/person) (add fourth option add $4.00/person)

  • Assorted cheese & crackers
  • Crudite basket our garden's freshest vegetables with a homemade garden herb dipping sauce
  • Fresh seasonal fruit
  • Mansion baked silver dollar cookies
  • S'mores
  • Sampling of english scones

Beverages

  • hot tea with an assortment of cream, lemon, honey, sugar & sugar substitutes
Prices do not include taxes, 20% set-up fee, gratuity or enhancements

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Must be booked on-line at least one week in advance.


High Tea Tour
5 courses, 3.5 hour
$85/per, 15 minimum
High Tea Tour

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Package Includes

  • Ultimate privacy
  • Space to fit rental
  • Self-guided tour (first 45 minutes of event)
  • Choice of butler or private service
  • Dedicated event planner
  • House tablecloths
  • Gift table
  • Housekeeping fees

High Tea Menu

First Course
  • Fresh squeezed orange juice & bottled water
  • Personalized tea selection
  • Scones with sweet cream & jam
Second Course
  • Cheese tray
Third Course
  • Fresh seasonal fruit
Fourth Course
(select 4, 3 pieces/person)
  • Asparagus roll ups, fresh steamed asparagus, garlic, cilantro and onion
  • Bella bella, roasted portabella mushroom, balsamic vinegar & mozzarella
  • Caprese bites, grape tomato with fresh basil, balsamic vinegar and mozzarella
  • Cucumber mint, fresh cucumber rounds with mint, butter and cream cheese
  • Seared beef, beef tenderloin with mustard and horseradish sauce
  • Skipping salmoon, smoked salmon on top of fresh cucumber, under cream cheese
Fifth Course
  • Award-winning miniature pastries (our pasty chef is rated top 10 in the country)
  • Gluten, sugar & nut free desserts, available by request (add $3.50/person - must order for entire party)

Beverages

  • Tea Forte loose leaf (see selections) (guests select 3 each)
  • Unlimited champagne
Prices do not include taxes, 20% set-up fee, gratuity or enhancements

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.


Kids Dessert Tea Tour
2.5 hour
$25 - $35/per, min. 15
Kids Dessert Tea Tour

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Package Includes

(under 12 - $25/person, 12 & older - $35/person)

  • Ultimate privacy
  • Space to fit rental
  • Self-guided tour
  • House tablecloths
  • Gift table
  • Housekeeping fees

Tea Menu

(pre-select two)
(add third option add $4.50/person) (add fourth option add $4.00/person)

  • Basket of sweet breads
  • Fresh seasonal fruit
  • Mansion baked silver dollar cookies
  • S'mores
  • Sampling of english scones

Beverages

  • hot tea & hot cocoa
Prices do not include taxes, 20% set-up fee, gratuity or enhancements

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
One adult required for every four children, 16 and under

Must be booked on-line at least one week in advance.


O'Kids Playdates
$52 / person
O'Kids Playdates

Way more fun than an amusement park - explore The Mansion's winding hallways and themed rooms searching for secret doors on this one-of-a-kind fun filled journey. Enjoy delicious home baked cookies and a glass of milk. Then embark on a treasure hunt searching for designated items to find.

Bring your own shopping bags. Everything is for sale!

Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Events Author & Performer Archives

Proceeds from tours, events & exhibits go to support our heroes & artist-in-residence program.


Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band
Roots Music
September 19
Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band

"Some of the best players working in the genre over the last four decades, if you love roots music like it should be played, you'll love what Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band do" -- Vents Magazine

Nell Robinson and Jim Nunally Band bring all of your favorite elements of authentic music together, creating a genre-busting sound that combines country, jazz, folk and bluegrass music. New album Baby Let's Take the Long Way arrived April 21 on Whippoorwill Arts and features a seamless blend of original material and classic country gems. True roots music often includes a back story and theirs is a rich one, even bringing some of their own favorite book titles to song.

The "beloved Bay Area bluegrass stars" (San Jose Mercury News) have played Garrison Keillor's Prairie Home Companion, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival, PBS series Music Gone Public, Kate Wolf Music Festival and Strawberry Music Festival.

Nell Robinson has been described as one of the freshest voices in roots music. Jim Nunally is a San Francisco Bay Area-native, a musician, composer, record producer, and teacher. Jim joins master American guitarists Doc Watson and Tony Rice as one of the finest interpreters and performers of bluegrass and traditional music. Jim Kerwin is considered simply one of the best string bass players in the country. Playing with David Grisman for over 30 years, he is featured on all of Grisman's Jerry Garcia recordings. Jon Arkin is a versatile, gifted percussionist who is known for his performances & recorded work in a wide variety of musical contexts. In He has performed with jazz greats such as Lee Konitz, Gene Perla, and Ira Sullivan. This is truly an all-star band!


Black Lillies
Played Bonnaroo, Grande Ole Opry & more
September 24
Black Lillies

"With one foot planted firmly in Appalachian music culture and the other always expanding and evolving, the Black Lillies have created a unique sound embraced by fans old and young." -- Vanity Fair

This Americana band from Knoxville, Tennessee has performed at the Country Music Association's Festival & Fan Fair, Bonnaroo and they were one of the first independent bands to play the Grand Ole Opry and have since returned dozens of times.

Their latest album Hard to Please, produced by Grammy winner Ryan Hewitt and recorded at Nashville’s legendary House of Blues Studio D, earned praise from Rolling Stone Country, NPR, American Songwriter and beyond, debuting at #12 on Billboard Heatseekers and #30 on Billboard’s Top 200 Country Albums. 2013’s Runaway Blues and 2011’s 100 Miles of Wreckage both fared similarly well, with outlets like Entertainment Weekly praising the band’s “strong roots-folk songwriting, sweet harmonies, and charismatic indie spirit."

LISTEN > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvFOThAymS0


Freebo with Alice Howe
World reknowned bassist
November 16
Freebo with Alice Howe

World renowned bassist (Bonnie Raitt, Crosby, Stills, and Nash, John Mayall, Maria Muldaur, Ringo Starr, Michelle Shocked, Neil Young and more) to award winning singer/songwriter . Freebo's folk-rock-blues music touches your heart with songs of life, love, dogs, and the human condition.


Dan Navarro
singer, songwriter, voice actor
January 4
Dan Navarro

PRESENTED BY SUSIE'S SONGWRITER SERIES

For over thirty years, Dan Navarro has written, sung, played and acted his way through a rich and varied career...


Dan started out as a songwriter, most often with Eric Lowen, for artists as diverse as Pat Benatar (the Grammy-nominated "We Belong"), The Bangles, Jackson Browne, Dave Edmunds, The Temptations, Dionne Warwick, The Triplets, Dutch star Marco Borsato, and Austin outlaw legend Rusty Weir.

In the 1990s and 2000s, he and Eric recorded and toured as the acclaimed acoustic duo Lowen & Navarro until Eric’s retirement in 2009. Dan has transitioned smoothly into a busy solo career over the past decade, touring nationally almost constantly.

He has a parallel career as a voice actor and singer, in films like Pirates of the Caribbean 5, The Book Of Life, Rio (on the Oscar nominated "Real In Rio"), Happy Feet, The Lorax, Ice Age (2 & 3); TV series Turbo Fast, Prison Break, Family Guy and American Dad; records with Neil Young, Andrea Bocelli, Luis Miguel, Jose Feliciano, Janiva Magness, and Jon Anderson of Yes; hit video games Fallout 4 and Uncharted 4, and hundreds of TV ads for Subaru, Shakey’s, McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, Honda, Nationwide and more.

He has appeared in Washington on artists’ rights and intellectual property issues, on behalf of Nashville Songwriters Assn Int’l, SoundExchange, SAG-AFTRA, musicFIRST Coalition, BMI and NARAS, including testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Copyright Royalty Board. Dan also serves on the boards of SAG-AFTRA and The Levitt Pavilion Pasadena.

In 2009, after 22 years and 12 CDs with Lowen & Navarro, Dan released the spirited "Live at McCabe's", backed by his pals, Austin's now-disbanded Stonehoney. His next album,"Shed My Skin", releases this year.

He is the father of a 20-year-old son and a known abuser of acoustic guitars.

LISTEN >
http://www.dannavarro.com/dannavarro/music.html


Bluegrass Jam
Voted Best Bluegrass Jam in DC by City Paper
every 1st & 3rd Sunday
Bluegrass Jam

Featuring DC Bluegrass Union
(for musicians only)

11:00 am

Channel your inner rock star with other musicians in the business. You know who you are: lawyers, doctors, lobbyists by day - but around the clock, always a rock star in your heart.

Bring your groupies, entourage and guitar, banjo or whatever you want to play (or not) and participate in a live jam session with seasoned artists.

Musicians no entrance fee. If you would like to attend a jam and you are not a musician, please reserve the "friends & family jam & tour".


Americana Jam
every 2nd Sunday
Americana Jam

Channel your inner rock star with other musicians in the business. You know who you are: lawyers, doctors, lobbyists by day - but around the clock, always a rock star in your heart.


Bring your groupies, entourage and guitar, banjo or whatever you want to play (or not) and participate in a live jam session with seasoned artists.

Musicians no entrance fee. If you would like to attend a jam and you are not a musician, please reserve the "friends & family jam & tour".


Jazz in the Hood Jam
every 3rd Sunday
Jazz in the Hood Jam

11:00 am

Channel your inner rock star with other musicians in the business. You know who you are: lawyers, doctors, lobbyists by day - but around the clock, always a rock star in your heart.

Bring your groupies, entourage and guitar, banjo or whatever you want to play (or not) and participate in a live jam session with seasoned artists.

Musicians no entrance fee. If you would like to attend a jam and you are not a musician, please reserve the "friends & family jam & tour".


Americana Radio Show
every 4th Sunday
Americana Radio Show

Featuring Caroline Ferrante
1:00 pm

West Norfolk, England Radio's Americana Radio Show hosted by Caroline Ferrante, featuring Americana songwriters, musicians, & characters.

Musicians no entrance fee. If you would like to attend a jam and you are not a musician, please reserve the "friends & family jam & tour".

Exhibits Artist Archives

These exhibits are included in all tours.


American Civics
Shepard Fairey & Jim Marshall
American Civics

The first-ever collaboration between acclaimed contemporary artist Shepard Fairey and the estate of legendary photographer Jim Marshall. In it, Fairey interprets Marshall's iconic photography from the 1960's, including images of Johnny Cash, Cesar Chavez, and Fannie Lee Chaney, with five new works, vividly depicting the humanity behind some of our country's enduring social justice issues: Voting Rights, Mass Incarceration, Workers' Rights, Gun Culture, and Two Americas. The art of American Civics gives a face to these issues to cultivate dialogue and encourage vigorous solutions to problems that have divided the country and eroded the core of the American ideals.
Learn more

Generously donated by Michael Jensen, President/Founder Jensen Communications Inc. Jensen Communications, Inc. is a media, marketing and management firm specializing in public relations serving a diverse range of clients in entertainment, business, cause-related politics and the arts.
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Rythmic Rebels
Sandrine Lee
Rythmic Rebels

French born photographer Sandrine Lee has lived, studied and worked in NYC for over a decade. Via her husband, Will Lee, she has entered the music world and made it her main photographic playground.


Faces of Hope
Chip Duncan
Faces of Hope

Filmmaker, author, photographer and recipient of more than 100 national and international awards for his work, Chip's images appear in the book Enough To Go Around - Searching for Hope in Afghanistan, Pakistan & Darfur. An exhibition of his images premiers at the 2011 World Peace Festival and this fall at O Street Museum Foundation.

This event benefits Relief International and
O Street Museum Foundation


First Ladies of Rock
Gerald Johnson
First Ladies of Rock

Gerald's art can be found in the National Gallery of Art, The White House, and the Treasury Department, as well as over one hundred corporate collections worldwide.

"The O Museum has challenged my creativity and championed my art. Every artist's dream is to find a receptive audience for their work. Twenty-five years ago, carrying 10 tiny collages into this mysterious house on O Street I found that audience; always saying "Do what is in your heart."


Crown Jewels of Music
Nina Miller
Crown Jewels of Music

Nina Miller loves all animals, some people, music, books, sparkly things, and all things vintage. Perpetually getting lost, but with a strong inner-compass, she resides in Nashville with her little monster, Oliver.

Founded in 2002, The Gibson Foundation is committed to making the world a better place for children by creating, developing and supporting programs and other non-profit organization in their efforts to advance education, music and the arts, the environment and health and welfare causes. Nina is the Executive Director of The Gibson Foundation.


Nomads
Indigenous Mexican Art & Culture
Nomads

Nomad Indigenous Mexican Art & Culture Exhibit

This wonderous collection showcases mexican contemporary indigenous arts & crafts, created by world renowned artists, and has exhibited in Montreal, Boston and New York. The D.C. exhibit is supported by the Mexican Cultural Institute of Washington DC.


The Little Prince
Elie Abrahami
photo: cade martin
The Little Prince

Born one of 14 children in Persia, 1948, Elie’s religious affiliation prohibited him from painting, learning to read, and write. It wasn't until he was in the Israeli army, that he became an artist.

Despite his family disowning him for becoming an artist, he sent 80% of his earnings to them, until their death.

Abrahami's delicate watercolors and oil paintings, combining eastern and western traditions, have been exhibited in various galleries throughout the world and acquired by some of the most important collections in the world, including the Metropolitan Museum, the Guggenheim Museum and the British Museum. He resides in Paris and his work is in major museum collections, globally.


Ottoman Magic
Mersad Berber
Ottoman Magic

Mersad Berber is one of the greatest and most distinctive Bosnian painters and graphic artists. His inspiration is derived from Bosnia, its Ottoman past, and its people. An honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts, he has received approximately 50 awards and he has had exhibits in cities all over the world, from London and Madrid, New York to Moscow, Jakarta and New Delhi.


Experts consider him to be one of the greatest post-Classic artists in the world. His most significant projects were "Chronicles of Sarajevo", "A Trip to Skender Vakuf", "Srebrenica", "A Homage to Vlaho Bukovac", and "Ottoman Chronicles" among others.

Membership

Immerse yourself in the creative process when you become a member of the O Street Museum. Explore the ever-changing architecture, themed rooms and secret doors. Listen to one of the largest private rock music collections in the area. View up-close-and-personal more than 1500 pieces of art, photographs and sculpture by artist like Fredrick Hart, Gerald Johnson, R.E. Gorman, Frederick Remington, Chip Duncan, Mersad Berber and Elie Abrahami. Marvel more than 60 signed Gibson guitars from rock icons like Bob Dylan, The Boss, U2, Rolling Stones, Les Paul and more. Delight in rare memorabilia including letters from Mrs. Rosa Parks. J.Edgar Hoover, Abraham Lincoln and John Lennon, a revolver from Pirates of the Caribbean, signed movie scripts and more. Browse more than 20,000 books including ones authored on-site and rare first editions. The list of things that will inspire your imagination is endless at the O Street Museum - it is always new, always changing, always growing - and so will you.

When you become a member you will be providing the support necessary to share and preserve our evolving collections.

NOTE: All benefits are effective for one year.

Individual

$125.00/year - Membership benefits listed below for one person.

  • Glass of champagne and one free visit to The Museum
  • 20% off tours (food tours excluded)
  • 10% discount on museum purchases every time you visit
  • Advance notice & purchase opportunities for intimate concerts & author series

Join as Individual Renew Individual

Family/Dual

$250.00 - Membership benefits listed below for two adults
All the Individual benefits plus:

  • 10% discount on Mansion food tours
  • 1 private docent-led tour for 2

Join as Family/Duo Renew Family/Duo

Angel

$750.00 - Membership benefits listed below for one person
All the Individual benefits plus:

  • 10% discount on food tours
  • 2 tickets to the SRO Concert of your choice
  • 1 private docent-led tour for 4
  • 2 seats at annual Founder's Dinner

Join as Angel Renew Angel

Winged O Society

Members of the Winged O Society are among the museum's leading supporters donating not just funds but their valuble time, providing the foundation necessary to share, build, and perserve our programs. Their support goes directly to our programs including Artists-in-Residence, Jammin', OKids, SRO Concerts, and our evolving collections.

Winged O members recieve all of the benefits of membership listed above as well as the following:

Rising Stars

$5,000

  • Invitations to unique events including private amnesia dinners, concerts, and private docent led tours
  • 4 tickets to the SRO Concert of your choice
  • 4 seats at annual Founder's Dinner
  • Recognition links and logos on our website, and in our communications vehicles

Join as Rising Star Renew Rising Star

All-Stars

$10,000

  • Invitations to unique events including private amnesia dinners, concerts, and private docent led tours
  • 6 tickets to the concert or speaker of your choice
  • 6 seats at annual Founder's Dinner
  • Private Penthouse Tour for 6
  • Recognition links and logos on our website, and in our communications vehicles

Join as All-Star Renew All-Star

Rock Stars

$25,000 - and beyond

  • Invitations to unique events including private amnesia dinners, concerts, and private docent led tours
  • 8 All-Access Passes & front row seats to every concert & speaker
  • 8 seats at annual Founder's Dinner
  • Private Penthouse Tour for 8
  • Private art consultation with The Museum's Founder
  • Naming opportunity at The Museum
  • Recognition links and logos on our website, and in our communications vehicles

Join as Rock Star Renew Rock Star

Thank you to our generous supporters

Rock Star Supporters

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Aloha Pool Service Gibson The Kristina and William Catto Foundation Larry Kramer Family Fund Morris Family Foundation Castellini Foundation

Platinum Record Supporters

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Asia 54 The Mansion on O Street Al Tiramisu Republic Wilson-Epes Printing The Potomac Fund

Gold Record Supporters

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NMPA ProFish Voss Water The Chrysalis Fund Seth Greenstein Recording Industry Association

Top 40 Supporters

Individuals

Adi Karisik
Alvin Stenzel
Ari Fitzgerald
Brad & Sheryl Schwartz
Brent Polkes & Sheryl Staren
Davey Yarborough
David Israelite
Doug Dowling
Heather Gerum & Brent Schrader
Howard Vine
John Dillon
John Simson
Mark Bryan
Mitch Glazier
Paul Cohn
Roy Beaumont
Steve Schraeder
Tracy Halliday

Corporate

Citrin Cooperman
Contemporary Electric
Craig Specialty Advertising
DC Sustainable Energy Utility
Foundation for the Carolinas
HMI
Hogan Lovells
Home Depot Foundation
Jensen Communications
Kalliopeia Foundation
Linda Roth Associates
Pets with Disabilities
PIR Marketing
Ratner Companies
The Hamilton Live
The Purdue Club of DC
The Whitman Institute
Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program
Washington Nationals Baseball Club
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Z Stein Law