5 Free Things To Do In Washington D.C.

The eagerly anticipated warm weather and long days of summer are here! With summer in session, it’s time to start planning some fun activities. However, not everyone wants to spend an arm and a leg to help make the most of this long awaited time of year. Here’s a list of free, fun-filled activities to …
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Celebrate the 4th of July in Historic Washington, D.C.

When making your plans for the 4th of July this year, where better to celebrate than the nation’s capital? There are so many festivities in DC over the 4th, you can easily plan a summer vacation, or at the very least, a long weekend getaway. For starters, how about DC’s annual National Independence Day Parade? …
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Visiting DC’s National Zoo is an exciting outing all ages can enjoy

We do love our neighbors in our exclusive Kalorama neighborhood, but we must admit a certain fondness for the friends who live less than a mile away – all 1,500 plus of them! The furry, feathered and scaly residents who call the National Zoo home are certainly unique – and a highlight for visitors to …
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15th Annual Georgetown French Market in Washington, DC

This April 27th through 29th, you won’t have to fly to Paris to experience a taste of France. Washington, DC is known to create unbeatable experiences out of thin air and a few thinly paved streets, and this year’s 15th Annual Georgetown French Market, presented by the Georgetown Business Improvement District, isn’t about to become …
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Capitol Hill Neighborhood

One of my favorite neighborhoods to explore in DC is Capitol Hill. Not only does it have the historical sites and monuments, but also a daily market, great restaurants, and unique shops to visit. Our DC Inn is an easy commute to all of the excitement as we are just a 10-minute walk to the …
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National Museum of African American History

One of the most recent additions to the collection of Smithsonian museums in our nation’s capital is the National Museum of African American History & Culture. This museum is the only one in the country devoted solely to the history of African American life as documented over the years, and it’s just a quick metro …
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DC’s Museum of the Bible

The Museum of the Bible is a brand new addition to the collection of top-notch museums here in Washington, DC. This museum transports you to the Biblical times and takes you through the history of the stories and how they were written and compiled into the most published book in the world. After a night …
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Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History

Take a stroll down America’s memory lane at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History where you can explore thousands of artifacts that make up our nation’s rich history. This museum has the largest collection of American history with more than 3 million collected and preserved artifacts. The National Museum of American History is definitely …
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