Attractions

American, iconic, unforgettable and monumental – these are Washington, DC’s attractions.

Discover Eastern Market’s Sights, Smells & Sounds

Nestled in the heart of historic Capitol Hill just north of Barracks Row, Eastern Market is a must-visit for lovers of fresh, locally sourced food and drink, and arts and crafts lovers. Designed to serve as the neighborhood town center, this popular community hub has attracted an eclectic group of...

Eastern Market on Capitol Hill - Indoor Market and Food Hall in Washington, DC
19 Can't-Miss Holiday Displays & Events in Washington, DC

Sure, the District might be part of the Mid-Atlantic region, but it feels more like the North Pole during the holidays thanks to the National Christmas Tree, countless holiday markets, one-of-a-kind light displays, Christmas-themed bars and lots more. Here are some can't-miss ways to experience the...

ZooLights at the Smithsonian National Zoo - Holiday Displays in Washington, DC
Washington, DC Attraction Passes

Two ways to save in one great city: The Washington DC Explorer Pass allows you a choice of enjoying multiple DC attractions for one low price. Washington DC Explorer Pass from GoCityCard Save Up to 40% on Attractions! Pay Nothing at the Gate! Pay nothing at the gate and save up to 40% off the...

10 Things To Do Indoors, Day & Night in Washington, DC

DC’s monuments and outdoor spaces get a lot of press, but you can also find plenty of things to do inside, whether you’re fleeing wintery weather or trying to beat the heat in summer. From off-beat museums to plush spas, we’ve literally got you covered.

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100 Free & Almost Free Things to Do: Family Friendly

Kids love Washington, DC for its hands-on museum attractions, the National Mall, zoo animals and so much more. Parents love it for all of the same reasons, and the fact that few other cities offer as many amazing things to do that won't cost you a thing. Make the most out of your next family...

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9 Things to See & Do in Upper Northwest DC

Upper Northwest is where Washingtonians live and play. Leafy, family-friendly neighborhoods including Glover Park, Tenleytown and Friendship Heights offer both tourist attractions like the Washington National Cathedral and lures like bars, restaurants and shopping .

@markalanandre - View of Washington, DC from the top of the Washington National Cathedral
Where to Ice Skate in Washington, DC

DC’s year-round temps are pretty moderate, but during the winter – when cold Canadian winds whistle down the Potomac – Washingtonians bundle up for a day (or a night) on the ice. Public rinks stud three neighborhoods in DC proper, and even though you can bring your own skates to any of them, all...

Ice Skating in Georgetown at Washington Harbour - Washington, DC
13 Things to See & Do in Dupont Circle

Dupont Circle offers a little something for everyone. With a famous traffic circle and fountain at its center, the neighborhood has been a vital DC community since the late 19th century, and continues to be a hot spot for residents and visitors of all ages. An array of unique shops and exciting...

Dupont Circle Fountain - Washington, DC
100 Free & Almost Free Things to Do: Off the Beaten Path

Not many cities offer as many amazing and free things to do as Washington, DC. From the National Mall to far-flung neighborhoods, we want to be your guide to free and nearly free activities throughout the city. If you’re interested in experiencing some of the lesser-known things to do in DC,...

Eastern Market - Washington, DC
3 Cool Day Trips In Maryland

Charm City hits a home run with fans of the water, boasting both crab-loaded restaurant menus, the historic shipbuilding (and pirate harboring) neighborhood of Fells Point and the National Aquarium , where 20,000 marine creatures dwell in a glassy, classy complex on the city's Inner Harbor. The.....

Baltimore, Maryland Inner Harbor