COVID-19 Operations Status
Like many organizations, we are closely monitoring the coronavirus. We want what is safest for our community. At this current time, our grounds are OPEN during normal business hours, see our TIPS page for open hours. The walk-in gate will be OPEN during weekend hours and no drive in access remains. All spring events are either cancelled or postpone at this time. While enjoying your walk through our grounds please be sure to follow the recommended guidelines on social distancing by the CDC and DCHealth.
Our business office is CLOSED until further notice, HOWEVER, we will be accessible by phone or email. If you have needs pertaining to burial options or funeral arrangements, please contact Dave Jackson directly at 202-337-2835 or at email@example.com.
Thank you so much for your constant support, understanding, and for following the COVID-19 recommendations while visiting the cemetery.
Oak Hill Cemetery is located in the center of historic Georgetown, a unique neighborhood founded in 1751. Oak Hill Cemetery is home to the historic Gothic Revival Renwick Chapel, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, designed by James Renwick. A landmark home to many famous Washingtonians and those who were influential in our country’s history. Neighboring Dumbarton Oaks, Dumbarton House, and Montrose Park, our main entrance is at the corner of 30th and R Street. We are open every day of the year with the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Years Day. Our hours can be found on our Tips page.
There are multiple ways to get to Oak Hill. For your convenience, please see list below for helpful transportation guides,
On Foot: We are located at the top of the hill of the historic Georgetown neighborhood in Washington, DC. It is a nice walk from the main intersection at Wisconsin and M Streets. Allow 20 minutes or so, and it is uphill most of the way, especially the last part above Q Street.
By Bike: Located at the highest point in Georgetown and accessible by bike. There is currently no bike rack at the cemetery, however, you may park your bike in the cemetery while you tour. Please dismount your bike before entering the cemetery. Once you enter the main entrance please park your bike to the left, in front of the Gatehouse, near the black iron bench. If you do not have your own bike, try Capital Bikeshare: https://secure.capitalbikeshare.com/map/
By Car: During working hours of the weekday, there are a few parking spaces on the grounds to park cars. Enter at the main gate at 30th and R Street NW. Please check in at the Gatehouse. During visiting hours on the weekends, there are usually parking places on the nearby streets. Read the parking signs to avoid parking tickets! Use the walk-in gate at 30th and R Street NW. Check the hours to be certain we are open or call 202-337-2835.
By WMATA Bus: The WMATA D6 bus runs from Connecticut Avenue and K Streets NW to Sibley Hospital. The closest stop is at 30th and Q Street NW, then a .2 mile walk up the hill to the main gate at 30th and R Street NW. Use their trip planner: https://www.wmata.com/schedules/maps/
By DC Circulator Bus: The Union Station to Georgetown route extends up Wisconsin Avenue above Georgetown. The closest stop to Oak Hill will be at Wisconsin Avenue and R Street NW. Walk East from Wisconsin Avenue along R Street past Dumbarton Oaks and Montrose Park until you reach the gates at 30th and R Street NW. http://www.dccirculator.com/georgetown-union-station/ Check the hours to be certain we are open or call 202-337-2835.
By WMATA Subway: The closest subway stop will be the Dupont Circle Station, which is approximately .8 mile East of the cemetery. From there it is mostly flat, except for the last part, walking up the hill on 28th Street NW. Allow at least 20 minutes for the walk. Use their trip planner: https://www.wmata.com/schedules/maps/ Check the hours to be certain we are open or call 202-337-2835.