Date of Visit: March 28, 2012
The Mary McLeod Bethune Council House National Historic Site was not much of a visit, but at least I did get us National Park Passport stamps for it and the nearby Carter G. Woodson House NHS (not currently open to public). I could not find any info on whether this was an accessible site or not, so we went fully knowing Mik might not be able to go in.
It turns out that there are two sets of steps up to it not to mention the tour probably is multiple floors. Of course, I did not directly ask if there was wheelchair access, but there definitely was not a sign and a Park Ranger was buzzing to be let back in and I would think he would have said something if there was because he passed us on the street while we were still taking photos before I went up to the door.
Anyways, it is a historic house and that's just the way it goes sometimes. Neither of us actually toured the house (I sure was not going to leave Mik sitting out there by himself!), but we count it as visiting it towards out National Parks visited count as we did go right up to it. Since we had low expectations, it was not a disappointment and in fact Mik still really enjoyed seeing the flowers in the yard.
Mary McLeod Bethune Council House National Historic Site
1318 Vermont Ave NW