Attractions

American, iconic, unforgettable and monumental – these are Washington, DC’s attractions.

14 Things to See & Do in Downtown DC

Downtown DC is at the center of it all in the nation’s capital. From luxe shopping to fine and fun dining, you can buy your happiness and eat it too. With museums galore, it’s more about how much time you have to explore the varied and grand options in this neighborhood.

Summer Evening in Palmer Alley at CityCenterDC - Where to Shop and Eat in Downtown Washington, DC
12 Things to See & Do in Penn Quarter & Chinatown

Sports and entertainment destination. Museum-hopping paradise. Shopping mecca. Penn Quarter & Chinatown is one of DC’s most varied neighborhoods, in an energetic, go-all-day-and-night way. Venture here and you’ll encounter a vibrant urban hub. Don’t be surprised when you step off the Metro and...

Luce Unplugged at the Luce Foundation Center for American Art - Washington, DC
9 Reasons to Catch a Washington Nationals Baseball Game

The Washington Nationals , who have won four National League East titles since 2012, return to action on a mission to bring a title to DC. Throughout the spring and summer, Anthony Rendon, Juan Soto, Max Scherzer and Trea Turner will look to propel the Nats toward their first World Series title...

Reasons to Catch a Washington Nationals Baseball Game - Things to Do in Washington, DC
13 Things to See & Do in Dupont Circle

Dupont Circle offers a little something for everyone. With a famous traffic circle and fountain at its center, the neighborhood has been a vital DC community since the late 19th century, and continues to be a hot spot for residents and visitors of all ages. An array of unique shops and exciting...

Dupont Circle Fountain at Night - Things to Do in Washington, DC's Neighborhoods
3 Cool Day Trips In Maryland

Charm City hits a home run with fans of the water, boasting both crab-loaded restaurant menus, the historic shipbuilding (and pirate harboring) neighborhood of Fells Point and the National Aquarium , where 20,000 marine creatures dwell in a glassy, classy complex on the city's Inner Harbor. The.....

Baltimore, Maryland Inner Harbor
11 Ways to Make the Most of Spring in Washington, DC

DC owns springtime . Its signature celebration, the National Cherry Blossom Festival, is the centerpiece, but the city offers so much more as the weather warms up. Check out all the things to do and start planning your springtime excursion with family and friends to Washington, DC.

Friends walking along Tidal Basin & cherry blossoms - Spring in Washington, DC
Visiting the National Archives Building & Museum in Washington, DC

What and where is the National Archives Building & Museum? The National Archives & Records Administration Building and Museum is located on Constitution Avenue NW, between 7th and 9th Streets, just north of the National Mall . The building houses both a museum and the National Archives and...

National Archives Building and Museum - Free Washington, DC Museum with Constitution, Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights
Free Things to Do: Family-Friendly Washington, DC

There’s no shortage of free things to do in DC with kids, as well as family-friendly events that won’t cost a cent. From kid-friendly attractions to cool activities that the entire family can enjoy, the nation’s capital is a great destination for a vacation any time of the year. We’ve put together...

Family on the National Mall - Free family-friendly things to do in Washington, DC
50+ Things to Do This June in Washington, DC

We’ve picked out the best events, festivals, museum exhibits, theater performances, concerts and more happening this month in Washington, DC. Check out the best things to do in the nation's capital and plan your visit today. Events Capital Pride – Through June 9 Local, national and international...

Concert on The Wharf during DC JazzFest - Can't-miss summer festival in Washington, DC
Your Guide to Visiting the New International Spy Museum in Washington, DC

Formerly a fixture in DC’s Downtown neighborhood, the International Spy Museum has moved to a new facility in L’Enfant Plaza, located in the Southwest Waterfront. The state-of-the-art museum offers enough spy-related intrigue and interactive fun to fill an entire day. The museum is open from 9 a.m...

Visitors in the Decision Room at the new International Spy Museum - Museums and attractions in Washington, DC