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Where to Find the Most Colorful Street Murals in Washington, DC

Vibrant street art adds color to DC in any season.

Smithsonian Museums in Washington, DC

History, science, art and culture come alive at these free DC museum...

15 Theaters & Performance Spaces to See a Show in Washington, DC

A variety of performances grace stages throughout the District – her...

20+ Cool Museums in Washington, DC That Aren’t On the National Mall

Venture off the National Mall to these knowledge centers for a uniqu...

10+ Ways to Celebrate African American History & Culture in Washington, DC

Honor the African American experience at these museums, memorials an...

Grab A Seat: Washington, DC’s Theaters Are Must-See Attractions

Why Washington, DC's performing arts scene is in a class of its own


Virginia

Arlington House

Former home of Robert E. Lee. Open daily 9:30 am–4:30 pm

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Anacostia

Frederick Douglass National Historic Sit...

The Frederick Douglass National Historic Site preserves the last residence of Frederick Douglass (1818 -1895), one of the most prominent African American leaders of the 19th century

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Georgetown

Old Stone House

The oldest house on its original foundation in Washington, DC.

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Downtown

Wild Days @ Eaton Hotel

Eaton DC's indoor/outdoor rooftop music venue and bar serves up street food from Chef Tim Ma.

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Downtown

Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Ameri...

Permanent collection and exhibitions of American crafts. This gem of a museum, located in a historic building near the White House, is dedicated to exhibiting the finest American crafts from the 19th century to the present

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Penn Quarter & Chinatown

Ford's Theatre

Where Lincoln's Legacy Lives

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U Street

Lincoln Theatre

The Lincoln Theatre, built in 1922, was a cultural center of D

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Dupont Circle

Anderson House–The American Revolution I...

Experience the history and splendor of Gilded Age Washington at Anderson House, a 1905 Beaux Arts mansion built as the winter home of Larz Anderson, an American diplomat, and his wife, Isabel

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