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Beyond national treasures and historic buildings, Washington, DC's neighbourhoods buzz with lively cafes and restaurants, deep-rooted culture and music of all kinds.
Museums New and Old
The newest kid on the block is the state-of-the-art National Museum of African American History and Culture. Part of the
Smithsonian Institute family, it is a place for all people and it opens its door on Sept. 24th. Meanwhile, this year marks the 75th anniversary of the National Gallery of Art. In celebration, the museum is offering a variety of public programs, and will cap it off with the re-opening of the East Wing on Sept. 30th.
DC For LGBT Families
Start your day at one of DC’s many LGBT family-friendly attractions, such as the must-see National Air and Space Museum.
Take a break for lunch at local favourites Founding Farmers or Pizzeria Paradiso. Enjoy a game of baseball (and sweeping city vistas) at Nationals Park, or take a moonlight tour of the monuments with Old Town Trolley or Bike and Roll. And everyone will enjoy a stroll down Dupont Circle’s Embassy Row.
Experience all things FREE in Washington, DC
No other city offers as many first-rate things to do, free of charge, as Washington, DC.
Whatever you feel like doing, chances are you can do it for free in Washington, DC! From concerts (including the Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day concerts on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, and more), to some of the world's most popular museums (the National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of Natural History, National Portrait Gallery and more), culture is something that is truly celebrated - and made available to everyone - in Washington, DC.


Day 1
Start the day out on a high note – literally – with a trip up to the top of the 555-foot-tall Washington Monument, the tallest point in Washington, DC. You can then enjoy the fine arts at the National Portrait Gallery, home to a full collection of presidential portraits and other great exhibits. For some outdoor fun, and a different view of the National Mall, take a night tour with Bike and Roll.
Day 2
You and yours can start the day with a delicious breakfast of locally sourced munchies in Eastern Market, before heading over to quaint Georgetown for a ‘Washington, DC by Foot’ tour that explores everything from the Kennedy homes to the Tudor Place Historic House & Garden, and more. For dinner, check out the ultra-hot 14th Street strip and enjoy the city’s bourgeoning dining scene.
Day 3
After feasting on the ultimate Washington, DC brunch at Farmers Fishers Bakers, head over to the National Geographic Museum where you can let loose your inner excavator with the “Peruvian Gold: Ancient Treasures Unearthed” exhibition. Wrap it up with a delicious steak dinner at Smith & Wollensky in the Golden Triangle District.

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DC Cool Kids
Kids visiting (or hoping to visit) DC this summer are in for an extra special treat – DC Cool Kids!
A one-stop shop for kid-friendly content, DC Cool Kids is the place to go to print out a free activity guide and to read up on kid-approved content to best explore DC. Download the DC Cool Kids Activity Guide here.
Enjoy a cool drink on one of Washington, DC's many hopping bars.
From 14th Street to Georgetown, this city really comes to life when the sun goes down.
Lincoln Memorial
One of the most iconic places in the city, it draws roughly 6 million visitors every year.
Built in white stone with 36 iconic columns, The Lincoln Memorial is one of the most recognized structures in the United States. The National Park Service estimates that the Memorial draws roughly 6 million visitors per year.
Performance Arts
A city where culture is celebrated!
Take a bow, Washington, DC. The nation’s capital is second only to New York City when it comes to theatre options.
Boating in Washington, DC
Why explore the city by foot when you can
do it by boat! Experience the tranquility of floating on the water combined with breathtaking views of Washington, DC's monuments, Teddy Roosevelt Island's wildlife and the Georgetown Waterfront. You can even bring a picnic and enjoy a post-paddle lunch by the water.
Visit the Zoo
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! And so much more, all free of charge.
Part of the Smithsonian Institution, the National Zoo is home to hundreds of animals, including elephants, gorillas and giant pandas. Admission to the 163-acre zoo is free.
Three Days in the Nation's Capital
From dinosaurs to great dining, Washington,
DC has it all! Tour the museums of the National Mall and see everything from dinosaurs to flight simulators. Visit the U.S. Capitol, the Library of Congress and the Supreme Court. Or dive into neighborhood attractions like the Anacostia Community Museum.
From world-class dining and nightlife to history and heritage, this city has it all. And the best part is that so many of the activities are free! Check out the Labor Day concert on the West Lawn of the US Capitol, create your reading bucket list at the National Book Festival (Sept. 5) or simply enjoy a perfect fall day at the US National Arboretum.
From creative fare to celebrity chefs, Washington, DC does delicious really well.
Whether you are craving a 'chili half-smoke', freshly shucked oysters, lip-smacking good BBQ, or some farm-to-table delights, you'll find all this, and more, in Washington, DC.
The White House
The most famous address in the U.S.
Easily the most famous address in the U.S., and one of the most recognizable buildings in the world, the White House is not only where the president lives - it's the political epicenter of the city and nation.
There’s so much to love about each one of DC’s neighborhoods, from history on Capitol Hill and high-end boutiques in
Georgetown to performing arts in Penn Quarter and a 24-hour diner in Adams Morgan. Get familiar with the lay of the land and find your place in DC.
Three Days of Art & Culture
Turn pages of books from Thomas
Jefferson's library at the Library of Congress. Have a different kind of nightcap: a limo tour of the monuments by moonlight.Shop the FRESHFARM Market near Dupont Circle for organic produce.
Three Day Foodie Adventure
Eat your way through the city on a tasty
walking tour. Spend a weekend exploring this city's many culinary delights. Stylish restaurants, celebrity chefs and fresh local fare are all on the menu here. From Little Ethiopia to sweet treats at Georgetown Cupcake, Washington, DC dazzles.
Art Museum of the Americas
AMA is a hub and beacon for modern
and contemporary art produced in and about the Americas. Just steps from the White House and the Washington Monument, AMA offers exciting exhibitions from the South, Central and North America and the Caribbean. Its collection of over 2,000 works is among the most comprehensive of its kind.
Tips From Our Travel Experts
Along with being a very walkable city that offers no shortage of things to see and do, no matter the weather, Washington DC is a foodie paradise! From classic comfort food and epicurean delights to creative cocktails, you could spend as much time eating and drinking here, as you could exploring the many monuments, museums and memorials.
When I go, I am always sure to make tracks to 14th Street and specifically Ted’s Bulletin, home to “all-day diner eats & shakes with a twist.” This place is cool, personified. From the smartly dressed bartenders and newspaper-style menus, to the homemade pop tarts and “adult” milkshakes, I always leave this place feeling like I am about to burst but utterly satisfied and already thinking about my next visit.
I also like to hit 7th Street and a great little trifecta of restaurants/bars that combined make for a perfect night out. Start off at Mockingbird Hill to sip some sherry and eat the on-site cured hams and cheeses. After that head two doors over for dinner at Eat the Rich, an oyster bar with a Chesapeake Bay-centric menu; before wrapping up your night in the cozy but cool ambiance of Southern Efficiency, a cocktail bar that specializes in bourbon, but also offers a selection of craft beer.
For drinks with a view, definitely check out POV bar on the rooftop of the W Washington DC hotel. Unique cocktails and unparalleled views of the White House make this a place you shouldn’t miss!
Oh and do not leave the city until you’ve experienced Ben’s Chili Bowl on U Street. A DC landmark, this place is best known for their chili half-smokes – a smoked sausage topped with chili con carne. Comfort food at its finest!
I could go on and on about the restaurant and bar scene here – definitely something to experience for yourself!
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The Mall
Home to iconic monuments and moving memorials.
Situated on the banks of the Potomac River, the National Mall is a 3km swath of land bound by the U.S. Capitol to the east and the Washington Monument to the west. Home to moving monuments and memorials, world-famous museums and impressive federal buildings, "the Mall" welcomes millions of visitors every year.
Bike and Roll
Discover the most unique, dynamic and fun way to enjoy Washington, DC's historic monuments
Unique, energetic and enjoyable, these professionally-guided bicycle or Segway tours are a fun way to discover Washington, DC's historic monuments and architecture. Helmets and water are provided.
Quaint boutiques, open-air markets, mega-malls, outlet stores and more!
From picturesque Georgetown, one of Washington, DC’s most celebrated shopping destinations complete with locally grown designers and well-known chains, to the city’s downtown core, which includes Chinatown’s Gallery Place, Macy’s and dozens of well-known brands, Washington, DC has whatever it is you need – or want – within its picturesque streets. For an outlet shopping adventure, head to the Tanger Outlets National Harbor/Washington, DC to find great deals at some of your favourite shops: Banana Republic, Coach, H&M, Michael Kors, Hugo Boss and The Children’s Place, among others.
Washington Harbour
A place to wine, dine, shop and stroll in picturesque Georgetown.
A great place to enjoy the day, this Georgetown destination invites you to take a stroll and take in the nation's iconic scenery, including views of the Kennedy Center, Watergate, Key Bridge and more. Lots of great restaurants here too!