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Member Preview Hours for Roaring Twenties

Hillwood members are invited to enjoy special hours at Hillwood and preview the new exhibition Roaring Twenties: The Life and Style of Marjorie Merriweather Post before it opens to the public on Saturday, June 12, 2021.

Explore the Jazz Age through the lens of an icon. Hillwood founder Marjorie Merriweather Post was a prominent tastemaker during the era known as the Roaring Twenties. One hundred years later, Hillwood celebrates Post's effect on the period—her impeccable attire, impressive art collection, and sumptuous design that made her one of the most influential women of the 1920s.

Wednesday, June 9 through Friday, June 11, 2021 | 3-7 p.m.

Advance timed-entry reservations are required. 
Hillwood members can register online through their May 12 email invitation and upcoming Member Monday emails. With an established reservation for these Member Preview Hours, Hillwood members will have unparalleled access to the gardensmansion, and the Adirondack building to preview the new exhibition.* The museum shop and Merriweather To Go will also be open until 7 p.m. With the entire estate open to members during these hours, we hope you will enjoy all Hillwood has to offer!

Please be sure to review Hillwood's current information regarding COVID-19 guidelines prior to visiting.

Not a Hillwood member? Join and register for the Member Preview Hours by calling the membership department at 202.243.3939.

*Please note: A Hillwood member with a reservation for entry to Hillwood during these Member Preview Hours will be able to enter the mansion and Adirondack building at their leisure while still observing important social distancing measures. The safety of our visitors and staff is our priority. If the mansion or exhibition space temporarily reaches capacity, there may be a brief wait at the entrance or you may be asked to return as soon as space becomes available. We thank you for your patience and understanding should this occur. 

Marjorie Post in the 1920s