Of all the most hyped, overpriced museums in D.C., this one actually deserves the hype and even the admissions fee—it's an incredible, one-of-a-kind museum.
The collections form a fascinating mosaic of American life and comprise the greatest single collection of American history.
The third-floor attic was converted to living quarters in 1927 by augmenting the existing hip roof with long shed dormers.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is the United States' official memorial to the Holocaust.
The collection here is a walk through encyclopedia of American Art—Gilbert Stuart's stern presidential portraits through Nam June Paik's house-sized America sculpture of neon and televisions.
D.C.'s newest hot attraction's principal claim to fame among locals is the extraordinarily long line that usually winds out the doors (not to mention the high price tag).
This is the oldest art gallery in the American capital, housed in a beautiful, large Beaux-Arts building.
This is the center of the U.S. Judicial Branch and of the three branches is the one that commands the greatest respect in American political life.
It is open to the public 24 hours a day.
The national conservatory is one of the least visited attractions around the Mall, and that is one of the best reasons to visit.
The monument, made of marble, granite, and sandstone, is both the world's tallest stone structure and the world's tallest obelisk, standing 555 feet 5⅛ inches (169.294 m).
Free WiFi is available in the Kogod Courtyard at the Reynold Center Smithsonian American Art Museum and the National Portrait Gallery.
With free admission and open doors 364 days a year, it is the most visited natural history museum in the world.
On the shore of the Tidal Basin is found an elegant monument to the author of The Declaration of Independence and the third president of the United States, Thomas Jefferson.
This is a huge attraction that should not be overlooked in your itinerary.
The United States Capitol is the meeting place of the U.S. Congress, the legislature of the U.S. federal government.
The National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution holds the largest collection of historic aircraft and spacecraft in the world in 161145sqft of exhibition floor...
The foundations for the present collections were first assembled in the former Museum of the American Indian in New York City, which was established in 1916.
The Phillips Collection, opened in 1921, is America’s first museum of modern art.
The Franklin Delano Roosevelt memorial is a presidential memorial dedicated to the memory of U.S.
For history buffs, a visit is a must, as it has a display containing declassified top secret documents related to the Cold War.
The Gallery's campus includes the original neoclassical West Building designed by John Russell Pope, which is linked underground to the modern East Building designed by I.
Originally founded by the third U.S. president, Thomas Jefferson, this grand building, also called the Jefferson Library, has the largest collection of books in the world.
The National Mall is a national park in downtown Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States.
The Smithsonian Institution established in 1846 "for the increase and diffusion of knowledge," is a group of museums and research centers administered by the United States...
In 2007, it was ranked tenth on the "List of America's Favorite Architecture" by the American Institute of Architects.
The building that now houses the Renwick Gallery was originally the home of the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
The Smithsonian's own philatelist Shangri-La has one of the world's largest collections of rare stamps, as well as exhibitions of how mail has been delivered throughout history, and other ways that...
The Korean War Veterans Memorial is located in Washington, D.C.'s West Potomac Park, southeast of the Lincoln Memorial and just south of the Reflecting Pool on the National Mall.
This museum is the "other" flashy, and exceptionally expensive, East End tourist attraction (other than the Spy Museum, that is).
The National Museum of African Art is an African art museum located in Washington, D.C., United States.
The John F.
The Statue of Freedom—also known as Armed Freedom or simply Freedom—is a bronze statue designed by Thomas Crawford that, since 1863, has crowned the dome of the U.S.
The Freer and Sackler galleries house the largest Asian art research library in the United States and contains art from East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, the Islamic world,...
Georgetown's main campus, located in Washington's Georgetown neighborhood, is noted for Healy Hall, a National Historic Landmark in the Romanesque revival style.
1865 was perhaps the most consequential year in presidential history, when, on the 14th of April, a prominent actor at Ford's Theatre and Confederate sympathizer John Wilkes Boothe shot President L...
A library, performance venue, and a museum all rolled into one.
The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is a prominent Latin Rite Roman Catholic basilica located in Washington, D.C., United States of America,...
Named in honor of Martin Luther King Jr, who penned his I have a Dream speech at the Willard Hotel on this plaza, the stone center has a huge map of Pierre L'Enfant's original plan for the City of ...
Not just a train station or metro stop, the grandiose 1908 Beaux Arts building by legendary American architect Daniel Burnham makes it worth a look—the ceremonial entrance is stunning.
President's Park was the original name of Lafayette Square. The current President's Park is administered by the National Park Service.
At 315 feet this is one of the tallest buildings in D.C.
Located in the Pension Building, the building itself is highly recommended for its architecture, with an expansive open interior space with massive columns.
The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden is the most recent addition to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. in the United States.
This is the world's only museum devoted to art made by women.
The 12 acre formally landscaped site is maintained by the National Park Service as a part of Rock Creek Park, but is not contiguous with that much larger nearby park.
The Zero Milestone is a zero mile marker monument in Washington, D.C. intended as the initial milestone from which all road distances in the United States should be reckoned...
The U.S. Department of Agriculture South Building is an office building located at 14th Street and Independence Avenue, Southwest, Washington, D.C.
It is one of the oldest residential communities in Washington, and, with roughly 35,000 people in just under 2mi2, it is also one of the most densely populated.
A hidden gem of magnificent proportions, for only those in the know.
Howard University is a federally chartered, private, coeducational, nonsectarian, historically black university located in Washington, D.C., United States.
King is the first African-American honored with a memorial on or near the National Mall and only the fourth non-President to be memorialized in such a way.
The George Washington University is a comprehensive private, coeducational research university located in the United States' capital, Washington, D.C.
D.C.'s biggest public market has been housed since 1873 in a nineteenth century brick building, just a few blocks from the Capitol.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture is a Smithsonian Institution museum established in 2003.
Built in 1765, this is the oldest original structure in Washington, D.C.
This monastery is an odd one.
The Arthur M. Sackler Gallery joins the Freer Gallery of Art to form the Smithsonian Institution's national museums of Asian art.
Photography and other exhibits on nature, history, and culture.
Lafayette Square is a seven-acre public park located within President's Park, Washington, D.C. directly north of the White House on H Street, bounded by Jackson Place on the...
D.C.'s memorial to the U.S. Navy is not as jolting as the big memorials, but it is nice to walk around.
The university was chartered by an Act of Congress on February 24, 1893 as "The American University," when the bill was approved by President Benjamin Harrison.
DAR Constitution Hall is still owned and operated by the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution.
Official Madame Tussauds Washington DC Page At Madame Tussauds Washington, D.C., experience the glory of the U.S. presidency first-hand in an unparalleled interactive exhibit,...
The United States Capitol Visitor Center is a large underground addition to the United States Capitol complex which serves as a gathering point for up to 4,000 tourists and an...
The Smithsonian's least visited museum, far from the Mall, is a small but superbly exhibited tribute to Anacostia and D.C. "East of the River", and also to African-American history.
The Vietnam Women's Memorial is a memorial dedicated to the women of the United States who served in the Vietnam War, most of whom were nurses.
The Ellipse is a 52-acre (210,000 m²) park located just south of the White House fence.
Designed by William C. Thornton, and completed in 1800, the Octagon House was owned by Colonel John Tayloe, a Virginia plantation owner.
The Marian Koshland Science Museum of the U.S.
The nation's only monument to African American Civil War soldiers.
Its best known residents are its giant pandas, but the Zoo is also home tobirds, great apes, big cats, Asian elephants, insects, amphibians, reptiles, aquatic animals, small...
The Lisner Auditorium at George Washington University hosts various events including concerts, dance performances.
Jefferson Pier, Jefferson Stone, or the Jefferson Pier Stone, in Washington, D.C., marks the second prime meridian of the United States even though it was never officially...
Major General Marquis Gilbert de Lafayette is a statue in Lafayette Park, by Jean Alexandre Joseph Falguiere.
Frederick Douglass' house in D.C. In addition to the small museum and gift shop, you may visit the house itself, but only on a tour.
It's not clear whether the small-government Republican would enjoy having one of the biggest, most expensive recent federal buildings ($768 million), filled with agencies like USAID and U.S.
When it opened in 1957 it was the largest Muslim place of worship in the Western Hemisphere.
The Albert Einstein Memorial is a monumental bronze statue depicting Albert Einstein seated with manuscript papers in hand by sculptor Robert Berks.
President Lincoln's Cottage is a national monument on the grounds of the Soldiers' Home, known today as the Armed Forces Retirement Home.
First opened in 1835, many Presidents have come to see performances, with many famous performers back in is heyday.
The University of the District of Columbia is a public university located in the U.S. capital of Washington, D.C.
Located in the basement level of the Department of Commerce building, the National Aquarium is much smaller than the one in Baltimore—if you can, make a point to go there instead.
D.C.'s central public library is enormous, and, designed by modern legend Mies van der Rohe, is one of the best examples of modern architecture in the city.
The Warner Theatre is a gorgeous old building.
L'Enfant Plaza is a complex of one governmental and three commercial buildings, as well as the "La Promenade" shopping mall, in the Southwest section of Washington, D.C.
It is one of the oldest synagogues in the city.
Trinity Washington University, founded in 1897 by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, is a Roman Catholic university located in Washington, D.C. across from Catholic University...
The Interior Museum is a museum operated by the United States Department of the Interior and housed at the Department's headquarters at the Main Interior Building in Washington,...
The Smithsonian Castle, located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. behind the National Museum of African Art and the Sackler Gallery, houses the Smithsonian Institution's...
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 14, 1973, and is a contributing property to the Washington Navy Yard's status as a National Historic Landmark.
All sorts of notables from American history found their final resting place here, from composer John Sousa to FBI founder J. Edgar Hoover.
The Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium is a 750-seat historic Neoclassical auditorium located at 1301 Constitution Avenue NW in Washington, D.C.
With production facilities in Washington, DC, and Fort Worth, Texas, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing is the largest producer of government security documents in the United...
The canal way is now maintained as a park, with a linear trail following the old towpath, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park.
Alas, landmark G-man HQ is no longer open for tours.
It is a long and large rectangular pool located on the National Mall, directly east of the Lincoln Memorial, with the Washington Monument to the east of the reflecting pool.
The Treasury Building in Washington, D.C. is a National Historic Landmark building which is the headquarters of the United States Department of the Treasury.
An extraordinarily elegant small museum that few Washingtonians have heard of, the Textile Museum is fabric heaven.
As St. Matthew's Cathedral and Rectory, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
The house was built in 1849 by William A. Petersen, a German tailor.
The First Division Monument is located in President's Park, south of State Place Northwest, between 17th Street Northwest and West Executive Avenue Northwest in Washington, DC,...
The parish church is a large domed Byzantine structure modeled after the Cathedral in Ravenna, Italy.
The Oval Office, located in the West Wing of the White House, is the official office of the President of the United States.
The James V. Forrestal Building is a low-rise Brutalist office building located in Washington, D.C., in the United States.
The Catholic University of America is a private university located in Washington, D.C. in the United States.
In the basement of a large classy establishment, the legendary D.C. caverns live on.
It is one of a handful of National Historic Landmarks which are not listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Most famous for its role in 1944, when world leaders convened here to draw up the United Nations charter. But that's not why you should come.
A Masonic Temple, the headquarters of the Scottish Rite, and a prominently featured location in Dan Brown's latest novel, The Lost Symbol.
Each year over 200,000 people visit the museum.
As the second largest law school in the United States, Georgetown Law often touts the advantages of its wide range of program offerings and proximity to federal agencies and...
The Ripley Center houses the International Gallery, The Smithsonian Associates, and the offices of the Smithsonian Contributing Membership.
The Howard Theatre is a historic theater, located at 620 T Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C.
Native Washingtonians Duke Ellington and Pearl Bailey performed in the Lincoln Theatre.
Holy Trinity Catholic Church, was established in 1794 and is located at 3513 N Street, N.W. between 35th and 36th Streets, in Georgetown, Washington, D.C., in the United States.
"The People's Kennedy Center." The Atlas Theatre was an old 1930s movie palace, and reopened several years ago after extensive renovations turning it into an arts center and performance venue on tw...
The District of Columbia War Memorial commemorates the citizens of the District of Columbia who served in World War I.
Benjamin Henry Latrobe designed the house, completed in 1818, for naval hero Stephen Decatur and his wife.
It is one of Washington, D.C.'s largest and most important recreation areas, with over 1200 acres at multiple sites.
The largest Capitol Hill Park, Pierre L'Enfant included it in his original 1791 plan for the District of Columbia, intending it for public use.
The George Mason Memorial is a memorial to George Mason in West Potomac Park in Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States.
The Tidal Basin is a partially man-made reservoir between the Potomac River and the Washington Channel in Washington, D.C.
The National Sylvan Theater — often simply the Sylvan Theater — is a public sylvan theater on the grounds of the Washington Monument, National Mall, in Washington, D.C., USA.
McPherson Square is a square in downtown Washington, D.C.
The Cannon House Office Building, completed in 1908, is the oldest congressional office building as well as a significant example of the Beaux-Arts style of architecture.
The historic Old Patent Office Building in Washington, D.C. covers an entire city block defined by F and G Streets and 7th and 9th Streets NW in Chinatown.
Judiciary Square is a neighborhood in Northwest Washington, D.C., the vast majority of which is occupied by various federal and municipal courthouses and office buildings.
Farragut Square is a city square in Washington, D.C.'s Ward 2.
The James A.
The Yards is a 42acre development on the Anacostia River waterfront in Washington, D.C.
Art Museum of the Americas is an art museum located in Washington, D.C., primarily devoted to exhibiting works of modern and contemporary art from Latin America and the Caribbean.
It covers an area of 599675sqft and has a total of 251 congressional offices and suites, five large committee rooms, seven small committee rooms, and a large assembly room now...
The Arts and Industries Building is the second oldest of the Smithsonian museums on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Law enforcement is probably the most dangerous profession in the U.S., and this monument bears the names of nearly 20,000 officials who lost their lives on the job.
A highly acclaimed not-for-profit theater devoted to modern and contemporary American theater, with an emphasis on politically engaging, intense, and often edgy drama.
The Eisenhower Executive Office Building was built in 1871 to house the War and Navy Departments, replacing the obsolete War Office building on the same site.
Dumbarton House is a Federal style house located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
Little known even to locals is this private house-museum with an impressive collection of paintings by the impressionist and early modern masters.
A stately mansion built in 1815 by the son of the first mayor of Georgetown, and the step-granddaughter of one George Washington.
Located in Washington, D.C., it is one of the oldest law schools in the country and the oldest historically black college or university law school in the United States.
The Blair House was built in 1824 for Surgeon General Dr.
The school is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a charter member of the Association of American Law Schools.
This movie theater is a historic landmark, hosting many premieres throughout its history.
GALA stands for Grupo de Artistas LatinoAmericanas, and their residency at the Tivoli Theatre is the jewel in the crown of revitalized Columbia Heights.
The Dirksen Senate Office Building is the second office building constructed for members of the United States Senate in Washington, D.C., and was named for the late Minority...
Universalist National Memorial Church is a Unitarian Universalist church located at 1810 16th Street, Northwest in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
Flashpoint is a non-profit, city funded "incubator" of local artistic talent and new cultural institutions.
The Memorial to the 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence is a memorial depicting the signatures of the original 56 signatories to the United States Declaration of...
Designed in the Beaux-Arts architectural style, it was built from 1903 to 1908, opened in 1909, and named for former Senator Richard Brevard Russell, Jr. of Georgia in 1972.
Built by Mary Scott Townsend in 1899, the house features a Beaux Arts, French-inspired design. Townsend lived there until 1931, when she died.
Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building is the Washington, D.C. headquarters of the United States Department of Justice.
The Old Engine Company No. 6 on Massachusetts Ave in Washington, DC is a former District of Columbia Fire Department building which housed Engine 6 and Truck Company 4 between...
President Woodrow Wilson moved here for a quiet retirement after the disastrous setbacks of his late presidency, and lived here for little over 3 years before he died (he was buried in the National...
It was designed to be a modern representation of American Victorian gardens as they appeared in the mid to late 19th century.
Competing with the Smithsonian for top castle status in the District is the Victorian mansion of one Christian Heurich, who immigrated to the states from Germany to become a wildly successful real ...
John Ericsson National Memorial, located near the National Mall at Ohio Drive and Independence Avenue, SW,.
The largest Catholic burial ground in the District of Columbia, it was one of the first in the city to be racially integrated.
The Court of Neptune Fountain is a group of bronze sculptures, by Roland Hinton Perry in 1897-1898.
Part of the Georgetown Historic District, the park stretches along the banks of the Potomac River from 31st Street, NW to the Key Bridge.
The Second Division Memorial is located in President's Park, between 17th Street Northwest and Constitution Avenue in Washington, DC, United States.
The Church of the Epiphany, built in 1844, is an historic Episcopal church located at 1317 G Street, N.W., in Washington, D.C.
Thompson's also rents bicycles. Accessible by car only via Virgina Ave from the West End.
Brooks Mansion is a Greek Revival plantation house, and Category II Landmark.
The Atlas Theatre's neighbor is smaller and less historic, offering a 100 seat black box theatre for a diverse range of contemporary dramatic productions in an intimate setting.
It is 140ft high and has 10 floors. Covering an entire city block, it is the largest privately owned office building in the District of Columbia.
Washington Circle is a traffic circle in the northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., United States.
Foggy Bottom is one of the oldest late 18th and 19th-century neighborhoods in Washington, D.C.
Bishop John Carroll is a bronze statue, by Jerome Connor commemorating the founder of Georgetown University.
Peace Circle is a traffic circle in Washington, D.C., located at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and First Street NW.
Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac is located on Columbia Island in Washington, D.C.
Francis Asbury, also known as the Francis Asbury Memorial, is a public equestrian statue, by American artist Augustus Lukeman, located at 16th Street and Mt.
The U.S. General Services Administration Building is a historic office building located at Washington, D.C.
Pershing Park is a memorial park dedicated to General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing located at 14th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C., in the United States.
Stead Park is a 1.5-acre municipal park located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Northwest Washington, D.C.
Stanton Park is a national capital park located at the intersection of Maryland Avenue and Massachusetts Avenue in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Northeast Washington, D.C.
Georgetown is home to the main campus of Georgetown University, the Volta Bureau and numerous landmarks, such as the Old Stone House, the oldest standing building in Washington.
Dance Place is an arts organization in the Brookland neighborhood of Northeast Washington, D.C.. "The heart and home of Washington Dance," Dance Place aims to "transform lives...
Two of the gatehouses are listed on the National Register of Historic Places in their new locations.
The Mary McLeod Bethune Council House National Historic Site preserves the house of Mary McLeod Bethune, located in Northwest Washington, D.C., at 1318 Vermont Avenue NW.
National City Christian Church, located on Thomas Circle in Washington, D.C., is the national church of the Christian Church often abbreviated as the "Disciples of Christ" or...
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars located in Washington, D.C., is a United States Presidential Memorial that was established as part of the Smithsonian...
Completed in 1923, it is Washington's oldest surviving bridge across the Potomac River.
The Sewall-Belmont House and Museum, located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C., United States, is a historic house and museum of the U.S. women's suffrage and...
West Potomac Park is a U.S. national park in Washington, D.C., adjacent to the National Mall.
For generations, the area of Union Market, located in the Capital City, has been a unique gathering place where immigrants and entrepreneurs formed a diverse community centered...
The Butt-Millet Memorial Fountain is a memorial fountain located in the President's Park in Washington, D.C., in the United States.
The National Museum of the United States Navy, or U.S.
St. Thomas' Parish is an Episcopal church in Washington, D.C.
The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C., is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church.
The Mary E. Surratt Boarding House in Washington, D.C. was the site of meetings of conspirators to kidnap and subsequently to assassinate U.S.
The Estelle and Melvin Gelman Library is the main library of The George Washington University, located on its Foggy Bottom campus.
Professor Joseph Henry is a bronze outdoor sculpture by William Wetmore Story, depicting Joseph Henry, located in front of the Smithsonian Institution Building in Washington, D.C.
The Carter Barron Amphitheatre is a 4,000-seat outdoor performance venue in Washington, D.C., U.S.
The Herbert C. Hoover Building is the Washington, D.C. headquarters of the United States Department of Commerce.
New York Avenue is one of the diagonal avenues radiating from the White House in Washington, D.C.
The National Defense University is an institution of higher education funded by the United States Department of Defense, intended to facilitate high-level training, education,...
Gallaudet is the nation's and the world's first university for the deaf, and remains the world's only university where all classes and services are tailored to the needs of the hearing-impaired.
The Joseph Mark Lauinger Library is the main library of Georgetown University and the center of a seven-library system that includes 2.8 million volumes.
Many famous people are buried in Glenwood Cemetery, and the cemetery is noted for its numerous elaborate Victorian and Art Nouveau funerary monuments.
Exhibits depicting the contributions made by American Jews in the United States military.
The D.C. historical society occupies the enormous building at the center of Mount Vernon Square, and has a research library and exhibit on D.C. history open to the public.
The First Baptist Church of the City of Washington, DC is a Baptist church at the corner of O Street and 16th Street Northwest nine blocks north of the White House.
A local landmark, the Maine Avenue Fish Market is the oldest continuously operating fish market in the United States, seventeen years older than New York City's Fulton Fish Market.
This is one of the world's great zoos, with a collection of 400 species, 2,000 animals, all right in the center of the city (in Rock Creek Park).
This mammoth square, which causes all sorts of disastrous navigational problems for motorists unfamiliar with the intricacies of New York and Massachusetts Avenues, is dominated by one beautiful an...
Kesher Israel is an Orthodox synagogue located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
Wesley Theological Seminary is a United Methodist–affiliated seminary located in Washington, D.C., United States.
The National Presbyterian Church is a Christian congregation of approximately 1,800 members of all ages from the greater metropolitan Washington, D.C., area.
The Smithsonian Institution Archives is the archives of the Smithsonian Institution.
Fletcher's Cove is a park and recreation area owned and managed by National Park Service, located at 4940 Canal Road, Washington, D.C. 20007, between Chain and Key Bridges, part...
The Washington Aqueduct is an aqueduct that provides the public water supply system serving Washington, D.C., and parts of its suburbs.
Healy Hall is the historic flagship building at the main campus of Georgetown University.
The Federal Trade Commission Building is a federal building which serves as the headquarters of the Federal Trade Commission.
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Washington D.C. is a church of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia.
The massive venue will play host to concerts and events featuring the world's top music artists from Electronic, Rock, Hip Hop, International, Pop & Alternative.
Capitol Hill Baptist Church is a Baptist church located on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., a few blocks from the United States Capitol.
All Souls Church, Unitarian is a Unitarian Universalist church located at 1500 Harvard Street NW at the intersection of 16th Street, Washington, D.C., roughly where the Mt.
The oldest of the three United States Library of Congress buildings, the Thomas Jefferson Building was built between 1890 and 1897.
A sponsor of German culture in the U.S. and of intercultural ties, the Goethe-Institut features mostly work in all mediums from Germany or by German-Americans.
The Oak Hill Cemetery Chapel, also known as the Renwick Chapel or James Renwick Chapel, is a historic building in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C., United States.
The Anderson House, which is perhaps better described as a castle, was built in 1902-1905, as the home of Larz Anderson and his wife.
It currently houses a small museum, a research room, art exhibits, and the archives of the District of Columbia Public Schools.
In summer 2010, the gallery unveiled an outdoor sculpture courtyard that faces historic Blagden Alley.
This is the top theater company downtown for seeing new plays. Drama here is edgy, takes real risks, and is almost always memorable.
The building was built in 1934 and was named for Benjamin Banneker, a free African American who assisted in the survey of boundaries of the original District of Columba in 1791.
Approximately half of its area is occupied by the Washington Navy Yard (including the Naval Historical Center), which gives the neighborhood its name.
Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church is a historic church located at 1518 M Street, N.W., in downtown Washington, D.C.
The Administration Building, Carnegie Institute of Washington is a Beaux-Arts style building designed by architects Carrere and Hastings.
Its caretaker has been the Smithsonian Institution since 1889, and is the oldest building under the Smithsonian's auspices, but has been left vacant since the 1980s.
The Studio Theatre can lay claim to being the vanguard of D.C. Theatre.
District of Columbia City Hall, also known as Old City Hall and the District of Columbia Courthouse, is a historic building at Judiciary Square in downtown Washington, D.C.
The Sulgrave Club is a private club located at 1801 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington D.C., United States.
The Archives of American Art is the largest collection of primary resources documenting the history of the visual arts in the United States.
Alexandria, VA gallery of Contemporary art. Featured artists include.
Sidney Harman Hall is a theater located at Sixth and F Streets NW in Washington, D.C.
The Chevy Chase Arcade is an historic structure located in the Chevy Chase neighborhood in the Northwest Quadrant of Washington, D.C.
The Navy-Merchant Marine Memorial, located in Lady Bird Johnson Park on Columbia Island in Washington, D.C., is a monument honoring sailors of the United States Navy and the...
The United States National Arboretum is an arboretum in Washington, D.C., operated by the United States Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service as a division...
Worship schedule, announcements, directions, members and contacts.
Built 1888–1894, the church is an example of Gothic Revival and Romanesque Revival architectures.
The Potomac Palisades Site is an archaeological site in Washington, D.C., United States.
Two Independence Square, better known as NASA Headquarters, is a low-rise building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C.
Kingman Lake is a 110acre artificial lake located in the Anacostia River in Washington, D.C., in the United States.
Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Washington, DC was founded as a church in 1904 to serve the Greek Orthodox residents of the District of Columbia.
The Edward B. Bunn S.J.
The Internal Revenue Service Building is a federal building which serves as the headquarters of the Internal Revenue Service.
Shiloh Baptist Church is located at 1500 9th Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 20001 in the historic Shaw District.
The building of the United States Court of Military Appeals, also known as District of Columbia Court of Appeals, is an historic building located at 450 E St., Northwest,...
Built in 1796 as a neighborhood pub, the City Tavern is the oldest commercial structure in the city, and the second oldest building following the Old Stone House.
The Titanic Memorial is a granite statue in southwest Washington, D.C., that honors the men who gave their lives so that women and children might be saved during the RMS Titanic...
Michigan Park is a neighborhood in Northeast Washington, D.C.
The Sun Building is an historic building, located at 1317 F Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the in Downtown Washington, D.C. neighborhood.
The Ford House Office Building is one of the four office buildings containing U.S.
Waterfront Tower is a condominium building in the Southwest area of Washington, D.C.
Given its obscure location, you might assume this would be an uncrowded 18 holes, but you'd be wrong—it may be a local secret, but it's no secret to the locals.
The Katzen Arts Center is home to all of the visual and performing arts programs at American University and the American University Museum.
Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus is a 16.5acre, 110000sqft combined cultural and social services campus in Washington, DC’s Ward 8.
Onyx on First is a high-rise building located in the United States capital of Washington, D.C.
The Prince Hall Masonic Temple built in 1922 is an historic Prince Hall Masonic building located at 1000 U Street, NW in Washington, D.C.
The Chevy Chase Theater, also known as the Avalon Theater, is an historic structure located in the Chevy Chase neighborhood in the Northwest Quadrant of Washington, D.C.
The West End is so named because it was the westernmost part of the original L'Enfant Plan for the city of Washington, before the annexation of Georgetown.
The Jacqueline Kennedy Garden is located at the White House south of the East Colonnade.
Calvary Baptist Church is a diverse and historic Baptist church in the Penn Quarter neighborhood in Washington, D.C. affiliated with the American Baptist Churches USA, the...
The DAR Museum, run by the Daughters of the American Revolution, is an art and history museum in Washington, D.C.
Rhode Island Avenue is a diagonal avenue in the Northwest and Northeast quadrants of Washington, D.C. and the capital's inner suburbs in Prince George's County, Maryland.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Lafayette Square, is a historic Episcopal church located at 16th and H Streets NW, in Washington, D.C.
The Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes is an historic Episcopal church building located at 1215 Massachusetts Avenue in Northwest Washington, D.C., USA.
Man Controlling Trade is the name given to two monumental equestrian statues created by Michael Lantz for the Apex Building in Washington D.C. under the WPA Federal Art Project.
It carries Connecticut Avenue over the Rock Creek gorge, including Rock Creek and the Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway, connecting the neighborhoods of Woodley Park and Kalorama.
Graduate School USA, formerly referred to as the Graduate School, USDA, is a private non-profit educational institution headquartered in Washington, DC with regional campuses...
The Duke Ellington Bridge, named after Duke Ellington, carries Calvert Street NW over Rock Creek in Washington, D.C., United States.
St. Aloysius Church is a Roman Catholic parish church at 19 I Street in the Near Northeast neighborhood of Washington, D.
The Capitol Reflecting Pool is a reflecting pool in Washington, D.C., USA.
The national cemetery is adjacent to the historic Rock Creek Cemetery and to the Soldiers' Home.
The William Jefferson Clinton Federal Building is located in the Federal Triangle in Washington, D.C., across 12th Street from the Old Post Office.
The Forrest-Marbury House, located at 3350 M Street NW in Georgetown, Washington, D.C., and is not far from the Francis Scott Key Bridge over the Potomac River.
The National Symphony Orchestra founded in 1931, is an American symphony orchestra that performs at the John F.
The 11th Street Bridges are a complex of three bridges across the Anacostia River in Washington, D.C., United States.
Grace Episcopal Church, built in 1867, is an historic Episcopal church located at 1041 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
The Robert A. Taft Memorial and Carillon is a carillon dedicated as a memorial to U.S.
The American Institute of Pharmacy Building, also known as the Americal Pharmaceutical Association Building and the American Pharmacists Association Building is a late Beaux...
Social Security Administration Building is an historic building at 330 Independence Avenue, Southwest, Washington, D.C.
St. Nicholas Cathedral is the primatial cathedral of the Orthodox Church in America and the seat of Tikhon, Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada of...
Turtle Park has the coolest playground in town.
Edgewood is a neighborhood in Northeast Washington, D.C., USA.
Prospect Hill Cemetery is an historic German-American cemetery in Washington D.C.
The original structure is the oldest surviving synagogue building in Washington, D.C., and today the Lillian & Albert Small Jewish Museum.
Fort Stevens was part of the extensive fortifications built around Washington, D.C., during the American Civil War.
Www.metrosda.org Metro Church is located in Hyattsville, MD and serves the Metro DC areas of MD, DC & VA.
It opened its doors to the public on January 3, 1939.
On August 12, 1977, Rock Creek Cemetery and the adjacent church grounds were listed on the National Register of Historic Places as, Rock Creek Church Yard and Cemetery.
Woodland Normanstone is a small residential neighborhood in Northwest Washington, D.C., adjoining the larger neighborhoods of Woodley Park, Massachusetts Avenue Heights, and...
This artist-cooperative owned gallery survived the neighborhood change throughout the past 30 years, and remains friendly and crammed with local artwork.
St. Luke's Episcopal Church is a historic Episcopal church located at 1514 15th Street,N.W., in Washington, D.C.
Dumbarton is a prestigious street, and the Dumbarton Concerts get some prestigious acts.
Grace Reformed Church is a historic church located at 1405 15th Street in NW Washington, DC.
The Hubert H. Humphrey Building is a low-rise Brutalist office building located in Washington, D.C., in the United States.
We have established comprehensive ministries to meet the varying spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of our members.
The Gothic chapel and gates were designed by the same architect who designed the Smithsonian Castle.
The Adams Memorial is a grave marker located in Section E of Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, D.C., featuring a cast bronze allegorical sculpture by Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
The Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building houses offices that support the work of the United States Courts, including the Administrative Office of the United States...
The Victims of Communism Memorial is a memorial in Washington, D.C. located at the intersection of Massachusetts and New Jersey Avenues and G Street, NW, two blocks from Union...
The Temperance Fountain is a fountain and statue located in Washington, D.C., donated to the city in 1882 by Henry D.
Third Church of Christ, Scientist, established in 1918, is a Christian Science church in downtown Washington, D.C.
Glover-Archbold Park is a stream valley park, Northwest, Washington, D.C., on the western edge of the Glover Park neighborhood.
The 14th Street Bridges are a complex of five bridges across the Potomac River, connecting Arlington, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.
The John A.
The James Madison Memorial Building is one of three buildings that make up the Library of Congress and is part of the United States Capitol Complex.
The memorial is a marble fountain located in the Federal Triangle on 14th Street between Pennsylvania Avenue and Constitution Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C.
Don't be fooled—this is a gallery, not a museum, and one of the only galleries in Georgetown to actually feature and support local artists.
Includes youth ministry and Pathfinder club and family oriented worship services.
Whittemore House is an historic building located at 1526 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W., in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
The Dominican House of Studies, officially the Priory of the Immaculate Conception, is a community of the Province of St.
Warder Mansion is a Washington, D.C. apartment complex at 2633 16th Street Northwest.
Mount Zion United Methodist Church is a historic black church located at 1334 29th Street NW in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C., United States.
Battery Kemble Park is a park in Northwest Washington D.C., administered by the National Park Service.
With solid construction, the temporary buildings remained in use long after the end of World War I.
The United States Tax Court Building is a courthouse located at 400 Second Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the Judiciary Square neighborhood.
The New Executive Office Building is a U.S. federal government office building in Washington, D.C., for the executive branch.
Colonel Beverly Robinson; first British consul appointed in New York after the peace of 1783; British agent for prisoners of war in War of 1812) resided at "Bostwick," the...
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church is a historic Catholic parish located at 1315 8th Street NW in Washington, D.C.
Mary's Chapel, is a historic Episcopal church located at 730 23rd Street, N.W. in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
The Honfleur Gallery has one foot in the world of international contemporary art, and one foot in Anacostia.
The Montrose Park is a public park, owned by the federal government, located in the 3000 block of R Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the Georgetown neighborhood.
The Kennedy-Warren is a historic eleven-story apartment house in Washington, D.C.
New Samaritan is a church of Compassion, Conviction, and Connection.
St. Alban's Parish is an Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. and is a member of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington.
The Russian Cultural Center is a museum and building in Washington, D.C. to support Russian culture in the United States and preserve its causes and beliefs.
The Charles C.
Marion Park is a public park named after Revolutionary War leader Francis Marion.
John Marshall Park is a park located in the Judiciary Square neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
The Hamiltonian is a contemporary art gallery + non-profit fellowship program working in partnership to advance the careers and professional development of emerging visual artists.
General Jose Gervasio Artigas is a bronze statue, in Washington, DC, capital of the United States, at the intersection of Constitution Avenue and Virginia Avenue, at 18th Street.
Asbury United Methodist Church is a historic church in Northwest, Washington, D.C.
St. Paul's College in Washington, D.C. is the house of formation for the Paulist Fathers, founded by Isaac Hecker.
A non-profit gallery, artist-run and funded, with modern, local art on display.
Luther Place Memorial Church is a neo-Gothic church built in Washington, DC in 1873 as a memorial to peace and reconciliation following the American Civil War.
Since Source plays host to a variety of different artists and performing arts groups, audiences in the DC area have the unique opportunity to see a wide array of new and...
The C Street Center is a $1.8 million three story brick mansion in Washington, D.C. operated by The Fellowship.
The land on three sides of Ward Circle is owned by American University, while the fourth is temporary home to the headquarters of the Department of Homeland Security.
Samuel Hahnemann Monument is a Northwest, Washington, D.C. monument, located in Scott Circle, at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Rhode Island Avenue.
You will find First Church to be a very loving and warm body of people that enjoy being in the presence of the Lord, as we continually walk with Him.
Langston Terrace Dwellings are historic structures located in the Kingman Park neighborhood in the Northeast quadrant of Washington, D.C.
The Turner Memorial A.M.E. Church is an African Methodist Episcopal Church located in Hyattsville, Maryland.
Holy Rood Cemetery contains approximately 7,000 graves, including as many as 1,000 free and enslaved African Americans, and may be the best-documented slave burial ground in the...
All are named for long-time General Joseph Gilbert Totten, the Chief Engineer of the antebellum United States Army.
The Sidney Yates Building, formerly called the Auditors Building Complex, at 14th St. and Independence Ave. in Washington, D.C., and originally built as the Bureau of Engraving...
The Alibi Club is a private, traditional gentlemen's club in Washington, D.C.
This is one of the hipper galleries in town, often sporting live DJs.
Trinidad is a neighborhood located in Ward 5, in the northeast quadrant of Washington, D.C. and is a largely residential area.
The Fifteenth Street Financial Historic District is a historic district in Washington, D.C. that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
They were married for 38 wonderful years until God called First Lady Dorothy Hart home to Glory.
The Whitney Young Memorial Bridge is a bridge that carries East Capitol Street across the Anacostia River in Washington, D.C. in the United States.
Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel, Frederick Douglass Memorial Hall, Founders Library are three buildings on the Howard University campus in Washington, D.C.
One of Georgetown's most prominent galleries, which exhibits mainly contemporary abstract painting, alongside the occasional display from their impressive inventory catalog of several international...
The Ukrainian Catholic National Shrine is a Catholic church located at 4250 Harewood Rd.
Pennsylvania Avenue is a street in Washington, D.C. that joins the White House and the United States Capitol.
The Walter E.
Theater J is a professional theater company located in Washington, DC, founded to present works that "celebrate the distinctive urban voice and social vision that are part of...
Scott Circle is a traffic circle in the northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., at the junction of Massachusetts Avenue, Rhode Island Avenue, and 16th Street, N.W.
The Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge, otherwise known as the South Capitol Street Bridge, is a swing bridge that carries South Capitol Street over the Anacostia River in...
Meeting House of the Friends Meeting of Washington is a historic Quaker meeting house at 2111 Florida Avenue in NW Washington, DC.
The National Guard Memorial Museum is a military museum hosted by the National Guard Educational Foundation.
A gift of the people of Italy to the people of the United States.
Cascading Waterfall, is a public artwork by American artist John Joseph Earley, located Meridian Hill Park, which is in Washington, DC, United States.
The Cuban Friendship Urn, also known as the Cuban-American Friendship Urn or USS Maine Memorial, is a marble statue in Washington, D.C., listed on the National Register of...
Luten. Its four famed buffalo sculptures, the largest cast in a single piece of bronze, are by Alexander Phimister Proctor.
Potomac Gardens, known to some of its residents as "Magic City", is a housing project located at 1225 G Street SE, in Capitol Hill, Southeast, Washington, D.C., thirteen blocks...
The Chain Bridge is a viaduct which crosses the Potomac River at Little Falls in Washington, D.C.
The National Saving And Trust Company is a historic bank building located at the corner of New York Avenue and 15th Street, NW in Downtown Washington, D.C.
Cleveland Park is a residential neighborhood in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C.
Battleground National Cemetery is a military burial ground, located along Georgia Avenue near Fort Stevens, in Washington, D.C.'s Brightwood neighborhood.
Washington D.C.'s oldest synagogue building, built in 1876.
The Central National Bank also known as the Dorothy I.
In 2004, Hemphill Fine Arts relocated from a historic building in the Georgetown neighborhood to a former automobile showroom on 14th Street in Logan Circle.
Susan Calloway Fine Arts also provides art consulting services for business and residential clients and has extensive experience working with the architecture and design trades.
It is located near Webster's former home at 1603 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, beside Scott Circle at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Rhode Island Avenue.
The Washington National Opera is an opera company in Washington, D.C., USA.
The Peirce Mill, also known as Pierce Mill, is an historic mill building located in Rock Creek Park, at Tilden Street and Beach Drive, Northwest, Washington, D.C.
The Marriner S. Eccles Federal Reserve Board Building houses the main offices of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
Today, the grounds of the fort are administered by the U.S.
Franklin Square is less known than McPherson Square to the west and Mount Vernon Square to the east.
Adjacent to the Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac.
Jackson Place is a Washington, D.C. street located across from the White House and forming the western border of Lafayette Square between Pennsylvania Avenue and H Street, NW,...
The Harold and Sylvia Greenberg Theatre at American University is located in Tenleytown, Washington, DC.
The Samuel Gompers Memorial is a bronze statue in Washington, D.C., listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Fondo del Sol Visual Arts Center, founded in 1973, is a non-profit visual arts center in Washington, D.C.
Observatory Circle is a street in Washington, D.C. It runs from Calvert Street to Massachusetts Avenue near 34th Street.
The Northumberland Apartments is a historic apartment building at 2039 New Hampshire Avenue, NW in the U Street Corridor of Washington, D.C.
The Monastery of the Visitation, Georgetown is a monastery of the Visitation Order, located in the District of Columbia, United States of America.
Second Baptist Church is a historic church, located at 816 3rd Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the NoMa neighborhood.
The Archives of American Gardens is an archive dedicated to preserving documentation and content related to gardens in the United States.
Memorial Continental Hall is owned & operated by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
The West Wing, also known as the Executive Office Building, houses the offices of the President of the United States.
It was created and designed to complement the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, by adding a more traditional component to the Memorial.
Third Baptist Church is a historic church at 1546 5th Street in NW Washington, DC.
Union Square, is an 11-acre public plaza at the foot of Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., USA.
This church hosts extremely popular (and crowded) weekly live music nights: Blue Monday Blues and Friday Jazz, both featuring local musicians.
The building is a contributing property to the Dupont Circle Historic District, a neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Edward J. Kelly Park is a park located in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
The North Lawn at the White House in Washington, DC, is bordered on the north by Pennsylvania Avenue with a wide view of the mansion, and is screened by dense plantings on the...
The William Hilleary House, or Hilleary-Magruder House, is a historic home located at Bladensburg in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States.
Meridian Manor is an historic structure located in the Columbia Heights neighborhood in the Northwest Quadrant of Washington, D.C.
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace located in Washington D.C., also known as Peter Parker House, is a site significant for its association with the Carnegie Endowment...
Its church building is an historic structure that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.
Edward R. Murrow Park is a park located in Washington, D.C. at the corner of H Street NW and 18th Street NW.
A delightfully casual space, with exhibitions that tend towards the quirky and humorous.
Brightwood Park is a small neighborhood in Northwest Washington, D.C. in the USA.
Arboretum is a predominantly residential neighborhood located in Northeast Washington, D.C., tucked into the corner of the National Arboretum.
The garden is approximately 125 feet long and 60 feet wide .
Railroad Retirement Board Building is an historic building at 330 C Street, Southwest, Washington, D.C.
Sursum Corda Cooperative is a small neighborhood located in Washington, D.C., bounded by North Capitol Street on the east, First Street NW to the west, K Street NW to the south,...
Rightfully included in Down Beat Jazz's list of the world's 100 greatest jazz venues, HR-57 is one of both the coolest and the most eccentric venues in the city for live music.
The Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway, often known simply as the Rock Creek Parkway, is a parkway maintained by the National Park Service as part of Rock Creek Park in Washington, D.C.
Federal Triangle is occupied by 10 large city and federal office buildings, all of which are part of the Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site.
We have a well-qualified team of professionals, a committed and active PTA, and hands-down the very best students in the entire world.
Windsor Great Park is a large deer park of 5000acre, to the south of the town of Windsor on the border of Berkshire and Surrey in England.
The South Lawn at the White House in Washington, DC, is located directly south of the mansion, and is bordered on the east by East Executive Drive and the Treasury Building, and...
The Arts Center has an art gallery with rotating high-quality shows by local artists, as well as a very cool black box theater, and regular and special events (like avant garde poetry nights).
Rawlins Park is a park located in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
The highpoint was resurveyed and a new USGS Benchmark was placed in 2007 at coordinates N 38.95198 and W 77.075922, a location open to the general public and outside the fenced...
Kingman Park is named after Brigadier General Dan Christie Kingman, the former head of the United States Army Corps of Engineers .
The Dumbarton Oaks Park is a public park, located in the 3100 block of R Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the Georgetown neighborhood.
Potomac Park is parkland made up of East Potomac Park and West Potomac Park in the Southwest quadrant of the District of Columbia.
Hains Point is located at the southern tip of East Potomac Park between the main branch of the Potomac River and the Washington Channel in southwest Washington, D.C.
Carter G. Woodson Home National Historic Site at 1538 9th Street, NW, in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington, D.C., preserves the home of Carter G.
It is named for Sonny Bono. The park was established in 1998 after Sonny Bono's death by Bono family friend Geary Simon, a local real estate developer.
Folger Park is a public park named after former Secretary of the Treasury Charles J.
Fort DuPont Park is a 376acre wooded park under the management of the National Park Service located in Washington, DC.
The primarily residential neighborhood includes two historic districts, properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and sites designated D.C.
Bladensburg Waterfront Park is just outside the city boundaries to the east, and offers free river boat tours along the Anacostia River, accompanied by a park naturalist.
The Washington Ballet is an ensemble of professional ballet dancers based in Washington DC.
H Street are a set of east-west streets in the several of the quadrants of Washington, D.C.
It is the smallest quadrant of the city. Southwest is small enough that it is frequently referred to as a neighborhood in and of itself.
Cramton Auditorium is a theatre in Washington, D.C..
Lockheed Martin IMAX Theater is a theatre in Washington, D.C. near the National Air and Space Museum.
Warehouse Theater is a theatre in Washington, D.C. near the Historical Society of Washington.
Ira Aldridge Theatre is a theatre in Washington, D.C..
Tregaron is a 20acre estate in Washington, D. C. on the grounds of The Causeway.
Mount Vernon Theater is a theatre in Washington, D.C. near the Historical Society of Washington.
Maison Francaise is a theatre in Washington, D.C..
The Main Sewerage Pumping Station or simply Main Pumping Station located at 125 O Street, SE in the Southeast Quadrant of Washington, D.C. on the Anacostia River between the...
Southwest is the smallest of Washington's four quadrants, and Southwest Waterfront is one of only two residential neighborhoods in the quadrant; the other is Bellevue, which,...
Rock Creek Park Nature Center and Planetarium is a museum in Washington, D.C..
Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Gardens is a National Park Service site located in the north eastern corner of Washington, D.C., and the Maryland state border.
The Garden Club of America Entrance Markers in Washington, D.C. is a Multiple Property Submission, or MPS, on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Embassy Gulf Service Station is a service station in Washington, D.C., located on P Street near Dupont Circle and at the entrance to the Georgetown neighborhood.
The George Washington House, or Indian Queen Tavern, is located at Baltimore Ave., at Upshur St., in Bladensburg, Prince George's County, Maryland.
Brentwood is a neighborhood in Northeast Washington, D.C. and is named after the Brentwood Mansion built at Florida Avenue and 6th Street NE in 1817 by Robert Brent, the first...
The Harman Center for the Arts is a complex consisting of the Lansburgh Theatre and Sidney Harman Hall (SHH; at Sixth and F Streets NW) in downtown Washington, D.C., USA.
The Whitelaw Hotel is an historic structure located in the Shaw neighborhood of the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C.
The Newton Theater is located at 3601 12th Street, Northeast, Washington, D.C., in the Brookland neighborhood.
It has been listed on the District of Columbia Inventory of Historic Sites since 1968 and it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
Dalecarlia Reservoir is the primary storage basin for drinking water in Washington, D.C., fed by an underground aqueduct in turn fed by low dams which divert portions of the...