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Washington DC Things to Do

Discover the nation's most beautiful city and the seat of the U.S. government when you visit our hotel. Explore amazing museums for art, artifacts and memorials with no equals in the United States. DC is a vibrant city with an ever-increasing representation of restaurants, sports arenas, theatres, and concert events, both classical and popular. You'll find plenty of places to explore in Washington DC, many of which are within walking distance of our hotel, which is centrally located on Pennsylvania Avenue.

National Mall

Walk along this national park and you will encounter traditional memorials such as the Lincoln Memorial and the Jefferson Memorial. Alongside the Vietnam Memorial and the World War II Memorial is now the recently opened Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, one that is not to be missed.

National Cherry Blossom Festival

Whether by foot, bike, bus or on one of the Cherry Blossom Ding Cruises, you'll create a beautiful springtime memory during the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Dates: Wed, Mar 20, 2019 - Sun, Apr 14, 2019
1500 Maine Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024
Entertainment, Attractions, Family / Kids

White House

Arrange for a tour of the most famous residences in North America, the President's home. It's located on the same street as our hotel, at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20500

Smithsonian Museums

The Air and Space Museum, the Museum of American History and the Museum of the American Indian plus 16 more museums make up this incredible collection of national arts and culture.

Georgetown Neighborhood

This eclectic neighborhood is known for upscale shopping and dining plus historic architecture and cobblestone streets. Tour the waterfront and discover the oldest part of DC.

Washington Monument

One of the top things to do in Washington DC with family, this spectacular obelisk is the centerpiece of the National Mall and is dedicated to the country’s first president.

Eastern Market

An open-air farmer's market at the Eastern Market Metro (Orange and Blue lines) with seasonal produce, locally made food goods, and handmade crafts located in the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood. Explore the indoor market for stalls that sell an array of gourmet items, from cheese and fresh seafood to authentic kimchi and charcuterie.
Washington Eastern Market

Roosevelt Island

An 88-acre island in the middle of the Potomac River, Roosevelt Island is dedicated to President Teddy Roosevelt – a nature enthusiast and avid outdoorsman. Explore the hiking trails, enjoy the memorial in the center of the island, and watch for local wildlife, all within walking distance of Georgetown.
George Washington Memorial Parkway, Arlington, VA 22209
Roosevelt Island at DC

Six Flags America

Towering roller-coasters and exhilarating rides can be found just 30 minutes outside of Washington, DC at this family-friendly amusement park.
13710 Central Avenue, Upper Marlboro, MD 20721
Family / Kids
Washington Six Flags America

Glen Echo Park

From blues concerts to puppet shows and swing dancing, this expansive arts and cultural center is a quick 20-minute drive from downtown DC. Check the calendar for music, theater, and social events.
7300 MacArthur Blvd, Glen Echo, MD 20812
Glen Echo Park at DC

Golf Courses

Beautifully manicured and each set in historic natural settings, DC boasts three golf courses, each owned and maintained by the National Park Services. Choose between East Potomac, Langston, and Rock Creek Golf Courses for a relaxing day on the greens.
Washington Golf Courses

Georgetown University

Located in the historic neighborhood of Georgetown, this university was founded in 1789 as Georgetown College. It now consists of multiple undergraduate and graduate schools, is known for its National Historic Landmark, Healy Hall, and boasts notable alumni.
Georgetown University

George Washington University

Founded on the wishes of the 1st President of the United States, George Washington, this private research university is organized into 14 colleges and schools, including the Elliott School of International Affairs, the Trachtenberg School of Public Management and the Columbian College of Arts & Sciences.
George Washington University

DuPont Circle Neighborhood

One of D.C.'s most vibrant neighborhoods, Dupont Circle has dozens of bistros, bars and museums that offers something for everyone. Talk a walk to view the historic homes or gather with friends to experience it's thriving nightlife scene.
DuPont Circle Neighborhood

Audi Field

Featuring a 20,000-capacity stadium Audi Field will be the home of the D.C United team of Major League Soccer.
100 Potomac Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024
Audi Field
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