Ring in the New Year at President Lincoln’s Cottage with a New Year’s Eve party, to celebrate the 151st anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. At the stroke of midnight, January 1, 1863, thousands of men, women and children celebrated as the Emancipation Proclamation finally took effect. To celebrate the 151st anniversary of that electric moment, President Lincoln’s Cottage, the Cradle of the Emancipation Proclamation, invites the public to Freedom’s Eve—a party with meaning.
Freedom’s Eve will feature live music, a dessert buffet, and an open bar. Admission to Freedom’s Eve is by advanced ticket purchase only.
Railsplitter (under 40 yrs.): $100/person
Emancipator (includes limited edition gift): $250/person
Ticket sales support President Lincoln’s Cottage, a private non-profit. For ticket sales or more information, email Hilary Malson or call her at 202-829-0436 x31228.
Entrance to President Lincoln’s Cottage is at the intersection of Upshur Street NW and Rock Creek Church Road NW. Free on-site parking is available.