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Things to do in Washington, D.C.

  • International Spy Museum

    A must-visit for both wannabe spy kids and their John le Carré-reading parents, this terrific interactive museum gives you the chance to try your h... More
  • Irvine Contemporary

    Irvine Contemporary, founded by Georgetown professor Dr. Martin Irvine, showcases works by emerging and mid-career artists. Past exhibits have incl... More
  • Jefferson Memorial

    The author of the Declaration of Independence is celebrated here with a gleaming Neoclassical temple inspired by the Roman Pantheon (one of Jeffers... More
  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

    Opened in September 1971, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts serves as a memorial to the former president and is dedicated to fulfi... More
  • Katie McCormack Krinkie

    Years as agent: 15. Other specialties: Culinary travel, California, Europe. Consulting fee: Varies. More
  • Kramerbooks

    Washington’s most celebrated independent bookstore has been open for more than 30 years, and it’s still the best place in town for a good, old-fash... More
  • Lettie Gooch

    This trendy boutique, located in the U Street Corridor sells fashion-forward, offbeat apparel and accessories for women. The store has an inventory... More
  • Lincoln Memorial

    When Martin Luther King Jr. stood on the steps here in 1963 and said, "I have a dream," he spoke with Lincoln's antislavery legacy quite literally ... More
  • Michelle Bemis

    Years as agent: 18. Specialties: Cruise, Adventure, Group travel. Fee: Varies. More
  • Middleburg Spring Races

    A horseracing tradition for almost a century, this annual steeplechase event takes place during the third weekend in April at the Glenwood Park Rac... More
  • Middleburg Tack Exchange

    This 4,000-square-foot store sells horse riding supplies and specializes in English hunting tack and apparel. Clothing items for sale include frock... More
  • Mie N Yu

    Straight out of Hong Kong, this cosmopolitan Georgetown restaurant and bar serves "Silk Road-inspired" American cuisine and libations in one of the... More
  • Millennium Decorative Arts

    Opened in 1992, this northwest D.C. store has been selling unique, vintage, and mid-century modern home furnishings for more than a decade. The U S... More
  • Montrose Park

    Within the bustle of busy Georgetown, there exists a quiet 27-acres of shade trees, walking paths, and tennis courts, a perfect spot for a relaxing... More
  • Mount Vernon

    Mount Vernon, built in 1757 on the Potomac River, served as the home of George Washington for more than four decades. A portion of the original est... More

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