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Things to do in Washington, D.C.

  • Smithsonian Museums

    The 19 museums of the Smithsonian Institution are some of the most visited attractions in the DC area. The museums are known for their collections ... More
  • Supreme Court

    The nine justices known to D.C. locals as “The Supremes” hold court—literally—in this Neoclassical palace across from the Capitol. When they’re hea... More
  • Tabletop

    Located in Dupont Circle, Tabletop is a housewares and lifestyle store. Founded by three friends and opened in 2003, the store carries a collection... More
  • Tarara Winery

    The Tarara Winery opened in 1989 and was founded by Whitie and Margaret Hubert. The winery sits on a 475-acre farm and is dedicated to promoting lo... More
  • Textile Museum

    Located off the usual tourist track in the Kalorama neighborhood, this small museum is dedicated to fostering an appreciation for the artistic valu... More
  • The Capitol

    Sure, the giant white dome of the Capitol is the symbol of representative democracy, but it also makes for a great (and free) tour. You'll learn th... More
  • The Gibson

    With no signage or storefront windows, it’s easy to miss this U Street Corridor establishment. Adding to the speakeasy vide, Gibson patrons must ri... More
  • The Library of Congress

    A free exhibition that’s unfairly overlooked is The Library of Congress. Created by an act of Congress in 1800, this often-overlooked Washington la... More
  • The Red & The Black

    This mini rock club and bar once singularly known as The Red and The Black is now part of the unusual H Street mega-complex, the Red Palace. With a... More
  • Thomas Sweet Ice Cream & Chocolate

    With its fresh, homemade ice creams and fat-free frozen yogurts, there is typically a line to enter the Georgetown branch of Thomas Sweet. The whit... More
  • Timothy Paul Carpets & Textiles

    Owned by husband and wife Timothy and Mia Worrell, Timothy Paul opened in 2003 and sells carefully selected carpets and home décor items. The store... More
  • Torpedo Factory Art Center

    Located on the Potomac River, the Torpedo Factory Art Center is an expansive complex comprised of the Alexandria Archeology Museum, six art galleri... More
  • Toyland

    Lemon-drop-yellow bar stools and sweet cocktails at this cheery corner bar pay homage to the 1960’s-era toy and candy store that once stood here. T... More
  • Union Station

    In a city known for grand edifices and soaring public spaces, Washington's Union Station holds its own. The terminal’s classical façade—three monum... More
  • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

    The mesmerizing and thoroughly wrenching exhibits here are required visits for any American wanting a better understanding of the Holocaust. The mu... More

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