Heurich House Museum
1921 Sunderland Place NW, 2nd Floor, 1307 New Hampshire Avenue NW, 3rd Floor, Washington, DC, 20036
Brewmaster Studios/Offices is a creatives-in-residence program, featuring some of the city's best artisans and entrepreneurs.
Christian Heurich came to the United States with $200 in his pocket; by the time he died, he was recognized as Washington DC’s most successful brewer. In keeping with Heurich’s entrepreneurial spirit, and the artisans who built his historic home, the Heurich House Museum hosts a creatives-in-residence program. Located in the Heurich family’s former carriage house and guest rooms, Brewmaster Studios/Offices support a community of local artisans, creatives, and scholars.
Rent also includes: 24/7 access, wireless internet, common area maintenance and cleaning, utilities (gas, electric, HVAC), two bathrooms (including one shower), shared kitchenette.
1307 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20036
The Heurich House Museum preserves local Washington, DC history and educates the public through Christian Heurich’s legacy and mansion. The mansion was built from 1892-4 by German immigrant, local brewer, and philanthropist Christian Heurich (1842-1945). Recognized as Washington, D.C.’s most successful brewer, he ran the Chr. Heurich Brewing Co. until his death at 102. The mansion is notable for its technological innovations, original interiors, and rich archival collection of one of the most important local families.
The interior of the house is a masterpiece of craftsmanship and design. The 31-rooms are replete with hand-carved wood, fireplaces with individually carved mantles and cast bronze fire backs, hand-painted ceiling canvases, luxurious furnishings, and original turn-of-the century Heurich family collections. A visit to the “Brewmaster’s Castle” is a visit back in time to the late-19th century, when the Heurich family lived in Washington’s premiere residential neighborhood, Dupont Circle.
The Heurich House Museum is available for commercial filming and photography, private photography sessions, concerts, meetings, corporate receptions, and wedding ceremonies. No private receptions, including wedding receptions, are permitted in the Museum. In order to protect and preserve the interior decorations of the museum, we have event guidelines for all events.
Primary event spaces are the secluded urban garden that can accommodate up to 125 guests and the bright indoor Conservatory that can accommodate 60 seated or 100 standing guests. All event rentals include museum access which allows your guests to explore the original Heurich family rooms.
For additional information, please visit our website at www.heurichhouse.org/eventrentals. We look forward to hearing from you!More info