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Georgetown University

37th and O Sts., Washington, Washington DC, DC
+1 202-687-5055
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37th and O Sts., Washington, Washington DC, DC
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Reviewed 1 week ago

...and had the opportunity to walk through the campus from Volta St. to the Medical School. Charming buildings.. Not unlike many other campuses in the US, its overall atmosphere very conducive to learning..

Thank Giorgio G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nice architectural design of the building. Green environment, nice walking areas. Very close to the Washington D.C City.

1  Thank JoyShurjo
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Bit of a walk up hill to get there but worth it, in my opinion. The grounds are lovely and well kept. Walk down the quaint streets of Georgetown to get to the busy M Street.

Thank Mariana P
Reviewed 12 October 2017 via mobile

The architecture at GW is amazing. Simply amazing. I have walked around at night and during the day. I chose to walk at night to see the lights, and it was cooler. Some of the buildings are breathtaking. Lucky students!

Thank ProfAragon
Reviewed 11 October 2017

We walked through the campus and loved looking at all the old, gorgeous buildings. worth a stop if you are in the area.

Thank tjnels
Reviewed 26 August 2017 via mobile

Georgetown University has it all. World class academics, friendly, engaged students, a commitment to service, and an incredible setting. If you have the good fortune of getting accepted at Georgetown it is the easiest choice of your life. Go with D.C. and go with Georgetown!

Thank DocToddGio
Reviewed 26 August 2017

The campus locates close to DC downtown yet also hold its "independence." The historical (catholic?) bulidings and well-designed campus area is well worth a quick walking-around if you have some time nearby. The Dahlgren Chapel Cross was like a hidden gem to me.

Thank lelantos0717
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

Georgetown has a really nice campus with several historical buildings built between 1762-1789. Quite amazing to see what they were able to build that long ago and then see how poor architecture has become in 2017!

Thank mcsc-squared
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

A historical gem among several within DC. The main quadrangle was established after independence but before 1800. Jesuit origins. Cross the Keys bridge from Arlington/Rosslyn and wind through the historical homes. The dahlgren chapel has a pretty interior. If you are able to , visit...More

Thank lakwatsera2014
Reviewed 25 June 2017

We decided to make a visit to the University before we toured Georgetown. The campus is stunning and if you like visiting Universities is is interesting. Not much else to do there, though. We took our time and visited the highlights of the campus and...More

1  Thank Leslie O
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