Visit These DC Rooftop Spots

Rooftop Bars
Washington DC is home to some of the most breathtaking views in the entire country. With so much history and iconic architecture, it can be difficult to take it all in. We think the best way to view DC is with a cocktail in hand. Luckily DC has some of... [read more]

Old Ebbitt Grill, DC’s Oldest Restaurant

Old Ebbitt Grill
From the White House to Ford's Theatre it's hard to go anywhere in DC that isn't rich in history. This is especially true on 15th Street N.W. Located just steps from the White House, Old Ebbitt Grill is Washington DC's oldest restaurant. Opened in 1856, Old Ebbitt Grill has been... [read more]

Unique Attractions In DC

Unique Attractions
From the National Mall to the White House and Capital, DC is full of some of some of the most iconic attractions in the entire country. With thousands of tourists pouring in every week, some of the main attractions can get pretty congested. Luckily there are plenty of other things... [read more]

“1968, An American Odyssey” Comes To The National Portrait Gallery

Art Museum
The Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its opening this year. In celebration of their 50th anniversary, the National Portrait Gallery will present "One Year: 1968, An American Odyssey". This exhibition will take a look back at one of the most significant and important years in the... [read more]

The Hit Play Hamilton Comes To Washington DC

Theater
The hit Broadway Musical Hamilton is coming to the Kennedy Center June 12 to September 16. Hamilton tells the story of the life of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton and has become one of the most popular shows in the history of Broadway. The entire city of Washington DC has gotten behind the... [read more]

The Giant National Capital Barbecue Battle Returns For Its 26th Year

Barbecue
The 26th Annual Giant National Capital Barbecue Battle returns to Washington DC on Saturday, June 23. Over the last 26 years, this barbecue battle has become of the largest and most popular food & music festivals in the entire country. Named " One of Five Can't-Miss Summer Festivals" by CNN, the Barbecue... [read more]

The Smithsonian Hosts Solstice Saturday

Museum
Celebrate the first day of summer at the Smithsonian Museums this June. As a part of Solstice Saturday, the Smithsonian Museums will be staying open late and hosting parties and performances all day long. Head to the National Mall on June 23 to enjoy all of the free festivities that are going... [read more]

Don’t Miss Botanical Art Worldwide: America’s Flora

Botanical Gardens
Presented by the American Society of Botanical Artists (ASBA) in conjunction with the United States Botanic Garden, the Botanical Art Worldwide: America's Flora is the perfect event for not only lovers of art, but those who love nature as well. While showcasing pieces of art of America’s native plants, this... [read more]

National Memorial Day Choral Festival

Choir
BBQs, beach trips, and spending time on the lake might be what some people first think of when it comes to Memorial Day. With most of us looking forward to that three-day weekend, many often forget the true meaning of the holiday, which is honoring America’s veterans. That’s what makes... [read more]

Spring Wine Festival and Sunset Tour in Mount Vernon, Virginia

Spring Wine Festival
Calling all wine connoisseurs! If you want to learn more about the history of wine in Virginia while sampling their unique flavors, you must get to the Spring Wine Festival and Sunset Tour! Rain or shine, the Spring Wine Festival and Sunset Tour is held every day from May 18th... [read more]