Tips and Articles for Washington, D.C.

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One of the best things about summer is sipping a drink and enjoying the breeze from a rooftop bar as you look out on the city below. But just because... Read More

Washington D.C. has two new, adorable residents.According to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, the zoo recently welcomed two clouded leopard cubs to their... Read More

You don’t have to be a Democrat or a Republican to agree that Veep is one of the funniest political shows to ever grace the small screen. Julia... Read More

The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery is home to paintings and photographs of famous authors, inventors, business geniuses, civil rights activists,... Read More

The Washington Monument will reopen in August following a three-year renovation.The inside of the 555-foot obelisk in D.C. will be accessible to the... Read More

People like to try and sneak plenty of weird things past TSA, like wild animals or comfort foods, but under no circumstance should you attempt to bring... Read More

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch, the Washington Monument in D.C. is becoming a gigantic projection of the Saturn V rocket ship... Read More

One would be hard-pressed to find a better-traveled bunch of folks than the readers of Travel + Leisure. You’ve scaled Kilimanjaro and sailed to... Read More

In a city powered by conflicting opinions, there’s comfort in knowing our readers’ preferences in Washington, D.C., hotels are nothing if not consistent... Read More

After drinking on velvet furniture in dark lounges all winter, we’re ready for spritzy cocktails in sunny bars with the best views of skylines and... Read More

President Trump’s 4th of July event, “Salute to America,” will include celebrity performances, fireworks, and lots of military tanks. In addition to... Read More

Vacation season is officially here, and even if you haven’t booked a getaway or mapped out a road trip, there’s still time to get one on your calendar.... Read More

As any kid will tell you, the Tyrannosaurus rex is the king of dinosaurs. So it only makes sense that its skeleton — which is rare and coveted — is... Read More

If you’ve ever dreamed of glamping on top of a super controversial building complex, now’s your chance.This summer, the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D... Read More

The cherry blossom season in Washington D.C. is right around the corner.Jeffrey Reinbold, National Park Service superintendent, said at a news... Read More

It may feel like winter will never end, but on Monday, Melania Trump reminded us spring is in fact on its way when she announced the return of the... Read More

Airports across the country have endured a month of being short staffed during the federal government shutdown, but at LaGuardia Airport in New York... Read More

Spring is always the best time to see flowers and trees blossom, but there are few sights that compare with seeing cherry blossom trees in full bloom.In... Read More

This article originally appeared on People.com. George H.W. Bush‘s beloved service dog Sully will not be going home with one of the Bush family members... Read More

As Hurricane Florence makes its way across the Atlantic, a hurricane warning is in effect for the coasts of South and North Carolina. Tropical storm... Read More

Honeybees are nature’s hardest-working creatures. Though tiny — averaging about half an inch in length — what these insects do for the world is nearly... Read More

This fall, Washington, D.C. will join cities like Houston, Philadelphia, New Orleans, and other culinary hubs across the U.S. in hosting a restaurant... Read More

During his time as a senator for the Grand Canyon State, John McCain made frequent trips between Phoenix, Arizona and the nation’s capital. But thanks... Read More

Eaton Workshop, a new hotel brand focused on social justice and community engagement, just released exclusive photos of its first U.S. property, opening... Read More

As the old adage goes, it's easier to go down a hill than up it — but the view is much better at the top.Views from the top are one of the reasons... Read More

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