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Georgetown University Campus Walking Tour

  • Thursday, June 27, 2024
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Southwest Garage, Washington, DC 20057
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Georgetown University Campus Walking Tour

SEAMW-YMG, in association with AEI-DC, is excited to announce an upcoming Georgetown University campus walking tour that will showcase various new construction developments and renovations in and around the university campus.

This tour will provide an excellent opportunity to see the latest advancements and improvements to the university campus infrastructure, including new academic buildings, residential halls, and other facilities. You'll gain insights into the vision behind these projects and how they enhance the Georgetown experience for students, faculty, and staff.

You'll hear about notable buildings from the engineers who helped design and build them.  After our 90-minute, 0.5-mile walk (see route below), feel free to join us for drinks near our end point.  This event is free and open to all--you don't want to miss it!  RSVP is preferred but not required.

We look forward to seeing you all!

Highlights of the tour will include:

A - Thomson Athletic Center

B - Yates Field House

C - Cooper Field

D - The Verstandig Pavilion at MedStar Georgetown University

E - Henle Village

F - Pedro Arrupe S. J. Hall

G - Copley Crypt

H - Healy Hall

I - Lauinger Library

Happy Hour - Bulldog Tavern



  • 6:00-7:30 - Walking Tour (Begin at N St & Half St SE)
  • 7:30+       - Happy Hour

The tour will begin promptly at 6:00 PM.

We recommend arriving early. Please park in the Southwest Garage (on campus) and meet at the Thompson Athletic Center. The route is entirely on public sidewalks and walkways, and includes short stairways. At stairs or other difficult-to-navigate areas, a similar guided alternative route will be available for those with limited mobility, and will reconnect with the main group shortly thereafter. Finally, please bring appropriate footwear for walking.

Please note: Video photography will not be permitted.

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