The Morrison-Clark Historic Inn and Restaurant located in the heart of Washington, DC, combines its rich history with fine dining and impeccable service standards to provide you with the unforgettable wedding of your dreams.
Opened in 1987 after a restoration project supervised by William Adair (who also supervised renovations of the White House), two Victorian townhomes built in 1864 were turned into an elegant, Victorian style Inn. The townhomes had been purchased in 1930 by the Women’s Army and Navy League and converted into the Soldiers, Sailors and Marine Club to house military men as they passed through the nation’s capital. Not only was the Club an inexpensive place for enlisted men to stay, it was a gathering place for high society women such as Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Mrs. Admiral Dewey and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge to host silver teas and Sunday coffee. In 2013, the hotel began an expansion project to include the neighboring Parsonage and Chinese Community Church into its throngs, along with an 18th Century Carriage House, adding to the rich history found within our walls.
Set gently back from Capitol Hill, shaded by flowering trees and shrubs, Morrison-Clark Historic Inn and Restaurant is an elegant, timeless option among Washington DC wedding sites.
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