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10th Annual Art Deco Bus Tour

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Washington's Wonderful Art Deco Architecture

Sunday, March 19, 2006
12:30 - 5:30 PM

Departing from the Judiciary Square Metro Station
across from the National Building Museum
F Street between 4th& 5th Streets, NW

4th Annual Bus Tour at Silver TheatreThe tour will be led by Linda Lyons, architectural historian and Education Chair of ADSW, who wrote ADSW's brochure Metro Deco: A Guide to Metro Accessible Art Deco Landmarks of the Washington Metropolitan Area.

Over 100 Art Deco structures, including government and commercial buildings, apartment houses, residences, and bridges, will be seen and discussed in the Washington, DC area. Selected examples to be visited and toured include Historic Terminal A of National Airport, 1100 New York Avenue (preserving the Greyhound Bus Terminal), the AFI Silver Theatre, and the Greenbelt Community Center (formerly Greenbelt Center School). A building list will be provided, along with suggestions for further reading and exploring.

Don't miss this opportunity to ride with your fellow Decophiles on a never-to-be-forgotten adventure.

Bus Tour Tickets

Members: $30
Non-Members: $40
Couples: $70
Students (full time with ID): $25

Online sales have ended. Call for ticket availability.

Join ADSW and pay the discounted member's price for your tickets. ADSW members enjoy many benefits. Membership costs $35 for singles or $50 for couples.

Important Information

If the tour fills before we receive your order, we will place you on the waiting list. We will not charge your credit card or cash your check unless we have space on the bus for you.

Refund Policy: Because we must contact people on the waiting list to resell your seats, cancellations must be received by March 10. If you call 301-654-3924 or send email to info@adsw.org  to cancel your reservation for a full refund.

For More Information

For more information, call ADSW at 301-654-3924 or contact ADSW by email.

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Created January 9, 2006; Modified Saturday, March 18, 2006.