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The Washington Nationals

All-American Partnership


A 2017 baseball season offer


During the 2017 baseball season, fans could become a Member of the White House Historical Association, and through our partnership with the Washington Nationals, they would receive: the Official 2017 White House Christmas Ornament, and an exclusive Nationals item or experience.


If you became a member during the 2017 season, you received an exclusive Nationals item or experience that celebrates America's favorite pastime. Each month featured a unique incentive for new Members. 

Nationals Park overlooking the Capital Riverfront in SE Washington.

This offer lasted throughout the 2017 baseball season

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Exclusive Promotional Gifts

  • Exclusive Autographed Photo of a 2017 Nationals Player

    Exclusive Autographed Photo of a 2017 Nationals Player
    Personally Signed by Star Nationals Players

    Autographs will be fulfilled during the 2017 season and are subject to availability, quantities limited

  • Limited Edition, Custom Nationals Baseball Cap

    Receive a limited edition, custom New Era Baseball Cap
    Cap is only available through this Membership

    This exclusive, limited-edition, custom Nationals Baseball Cap features the Nationals Logo and the White House on the side. Cap vouchers will be mailed and hats will be available for pickup on or after June 19, 2017.

  • Exclusive Hall of Fame Package

    Private Meet-and-Greet with 2 Hall of Famers
    At Nationals Park, August 28th

    This exclusive experience features 2 tickets to a Q&A and Meet-and-Greet with Baseball Hall of Fame members Tim Raines and Pudge Rodriguez; Batting Practice viewing (weather pending); and 2 tickets to the August 28th game against the Marlins.

  • Play Baseball at Nationals Park

    Swing from Home Plate, Practice in Batting Cages
    At Nationals Park, August 21st

    Guests will be allowed on to the field to swing from home plate, throw a bullpen session and take batting practice in the home team cages. Photos may be taken in the Dugout and from the warning track. Parking will be available on site.

  • Movie Night at Nats Park

    Attend exclusive baseball-themed movie night at the park
    At Nationals Park, Sept. 24

    Attendees will watch "A League of Their Own" on the Scoreboard in Nationals Stadium. Prior to the start of the movie, a special Q&A session will take place, featuring two of the movie's stars and two players portrayed in the film.

  • Early Entry Tickets to Winterfest

    Get 2 early entry tickets to Nationals Winterfest
    At Washington Convention Center in December

    Get 2 tickets for early entry to Winterfest at the Washington Convention Center on Dec. 17, 2017. Members will also receive a voucher for a copy of "The White House in Gingerbread: Memories & Recipes" by former White House Chef Roland Mesnier.



From 2015 to 2017, the Washington Nationals and the White House Historical Association partnered together to share the history of the White House with baseball fans nationwide.

what we do

Historic Preservation

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has been home to some of our country’s most avid baseball fans. The Association’s mission is to fund the protection of the Executive Mansion’s artifacts, the preservation of its interiors, and ensure public access to its living history — in addition to making White House history as fun and accessible as possible.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt is throwing the ceremonial first pitch at the World Series held at Griffith Stadium in 1933.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt is throwing the ceremonial first pitch at the World Series held at Griffith Stadium in 1933.

how we do it

As the Nationals official history education partner from 2015-2017, we developed a fun, educational collaboration that brings White House history to life in Nationals Park and in classrooms throughout the Washington, D.C. region. During this partnership, we also were able to offer the Official White House Christmas Ornament for purchase in the Nationals team store which supports our mission.

Sales of our ornament play a significant role in our work to fund the protection, preservation, and public access to the White House’s living history — preservation expenses that are not covered by public money in the White House budget.

Washington Nationals fans cheering on the home team.
  • Protect

    We fund the acquisition and protection of historically significant artwork, furniture, china, and other household items for the White House’s permanent collection.

  • Preserve

    We assist in the preservation and periodic renovation of White House interiors, and commission the official portraits of both the President and the First Lady.

  • Provide

    We provide meaningful connection to the White House through our publications, educational programs, digital image library, exhibits, and the White House Visitors Center.


Founded by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in 1961, we rely exclusively on the generosity of the American people to support our efforts to protect, preserve, and provide public access to the People's House.

We do not accept government funding of any kind. For more information, please contact