Arts, Culture & Entertainment
The White House Visitors Office coordinates tours, exhibits, historic artifacts, videos, ranger-led talks, lectures, living history programs and educational programs to educate people about the White House and the presidency.
Opened in 1980, the award-winning Woolly Mammoth Theater continues to modernize the scope of the traditional theatre by launching creative, bold, and extremely successful plays. The theatre is also renown […]
The Downtown Boxing Club provides boxing fitness and training classes for experienced boxers, and boxing enthusiasts of all levels.
Hard Rock Cafe is both a perfect stop on your sight seeing adventure and a unique late night hang out for DC locals. Complete your tour of the city with […]
Cafe Mozart features a symphony of authentic German cuisine and flavors, as well as live entertainment in the heart of Washington DC.
Home to the AFL’s Washington Valor, NBA’s Washington Wizards, NHL’s Washington Capitals, the WNBA’s Washington Mystics, and the NCAA’s Georgetown Hoyas’s men’s basketball team, the arena averages 220 events a […]
Founded in 1998, the Washington Mystics is the official professional women’s basketball team of Washintgon Dc. The “Mystics” play in the Eastern Conference of the Women’s National Basketball Association, and […]
The Fadó Irish Pub and Restaurant, tells the tale of Ireland’s rich and celebrated pub culture of hearty food and drinks, good music, warm hospitality, and friendly banter.
Constructed in 1991, the Franklin Tower is a 12-storey, 212, 000 sq. ft., class-A, mixed-use complex located on the corner of 14th Street and Eye Street. The building also has 10,000 sq.ft. […]
Intially built to house a family owned bank, construction on the Washington Center Office Building or McLachlen building was completed between1910 and 1911. This building which is an example of […]
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