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The Edward Miner Gallaudet Residence

The Edward Miner Gallaudet Residence, also known as House One, is a 35-room Victorian Gothic mansion that was built in 1869 for Gallaudet University’s founder and first president, Edward Miner Gallaudet. Gallaudet, his successors, and their families have lived in this home.

Watch this trailer of the documentary on House One

Campus landmarks you won’t want to miss

Chapel Hall Built in 1870, Chapel Hall was once the main hub of the university, serving as a chapel, auditorium, exhibit center, and dining hall. This picturesque High Victorian Gothic building is on the National Park Service National Register of Historic Places. Learn more. College...

National Deaf Life Museum

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National Deaf Life Museum

Chapel Hall

(202) 250-2235

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