Ford’s Theatre “Death of a Salesman”

DC theatre lovers are in for a treat as the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic Death of a Salesman is coming to Ford’s Theatre this Saturday and running through October 22nd. Arthur Miller’s 1949 play explores the meaning of success as salesman Willy Loman reflects on … Continue reading

DC’s Eastern Market

For those of you who enjoy having farm fresh produce and locally sourced food, turn to DC’s historical Eastern Market as your go-to source. Just around the corner from Capital Hill, vendors from across the region select their freshest vegetables, … Continue reading

Top Tips for Touring the National Mall

Just a mile away from our Washington DC bed and breakfast is our nation’s most historical stretch of land – the National Mall. The National Mall is packed with monuments, historical sites, memorials, and museums, and deciding how to see … Continue reading

National Museum of African American History and Culture

The Smithsonian Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC) is the new must-see attraction in Washington DC. Since it’s opening in September, locals and tourists alike have been making it a priority to pay a visit to see the rich history … Continue reading

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