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734 15th Street NW, Suite 701
(202) 628-2842

Since opening in 1964, Guide Service of Washington Inc., has been providing memorable and enjoyable experiences, through their extensive individual, group, and family tour packages, alongside knowledgeable, friendly, and licensed tour guides.

901 New York Avenue NW
(202) 347-2787

Since opening in 1976, the Touchstone Gallery specializes in showcasing diverse contemporary art work of high quality, vision and innovation. The Gallery also promotes artistic appreciation and career growth by facilitate artists networking opportunities, coordinating activities to enhance and  raise public awareness  and appreciation for the visual arts.

1300 New York Avenue NW
(202) 623-1000

Since its establishment in 1992, the IDB Cultural Center continues to fund small-scale cultural projects in Latin America and Caribbean (LAC). They also organize exhibitions, concerts, lectures and film series, promoting greater awareness of the LAC culture in Washington DC.

1525 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20005
(202) 347-8766

Established in 1815, the members of the St. John's Episcopal Church, a historic landmark which is also renown as the" Church of the Presidents," remain committed to responding to Jesus' call to deepening their bond with Christ through worship. They also strive to become a community where all are accepted, and work together as laity and clergy to do God's work in the world. 

401 F Street NW
(202) 272-2448

The National Building Museum is America’s leading cultural institution devoted to the history and impact of the built environment. We do this by telling the stories of architecture, engineering, and design. As one of the most family-friendly, awe-inspiring spots in Washington, D.C., the National Building Museum welcomes visitors from around the world to its exhibitions, public programs, and festivals.

700 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004
(866) 272-6272

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the nation's record keeper. The buildings most prominent feature and popular exhibit is the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom, the permanent home of the Declaration of Independence, Constitution of the United States and Bill of Rights. Also featured are documentary films, a learning center, a full program of events and more. 


Located between 6th & 8th streets, and G and H streets NW in the nation's capital, the Chinatown neighborhood is renown for its red and green lamposts, Chinese and Cnglish road signs, diverse shops, and various restaurants, which showcase fine quality international cuisine for every palate. Chinatown's entrance is also marked by the beautiful Friendship Archway, a major tourist attraction, which established Beijing and Washington DC as sister cities.  Chinatown is also the venue for the annual Chinese New Year's Day parade.

450 7th Street NW, Washington, DC 20004
(202) 547-3230

Over the past quarter of a century, the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., has become “the nation’s foremost Shakespeare company” (Wall Street Journal) and the “region’s most dynamic theatre” (The Washington Post), and received more Helen Hayes Awards for producing than any other theatre. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Michael Kahn, STC has grown from its residence at the Folger Shakespeare Library to the Lansburgh Theatre in 1992 to the opening of the brand new Sidney Harman Hall in 2007.

513 13th Street NW
(202) 783-4000

Since undergoing rennovations in 1992, the historic Warner Theartre now features a wide array of high quality entertainment including; concerts by national and international recording artists, comedy and broadway shows, and the finest in theatrical, dance, and, television presentations.

701 7th Street NW
(202) 347-1021

Lucky Strike is a unique entertainment bar and restaurant that provides bowling lanes wrapped in a stimulating atmosphere of art, music, and an energetic crowd.