Georgetown is full of worthwhile experiences, from cycling in beautiful parks to browsing contemporary galleries to exploring historic sites that give insight into the country’s past. Not sure where to begin during your visit? Here are some suggestions.
Tag Archives: Washington D.C. attractions
January 15, 2013
Looking for things to do in Washington DC in the winter? Aside from bundling up and heading from monument to monument there’s plenty to do in DC, summer, spring, winter or fall.
November 20, 2012
Freedom of Speech, the 1st Amendment, Watergate—all these momentous monuments to the freedom of the press reach their natural pinnacle in Washington D.C. After all, where could upholding the constitution and maintaining the integrity of the press be more important than our nation’s capital? With that in mind, the Newseum was created.
September 11, 2012
Planning a visit to the nation’s capital? Washington DC is a remarkable city with so much to do and see, a lush and beautiful natural landscape, and more fun than you can shake a stick at. All that being said, perhaps the biggest single draw to the area is a tour of the White House. Surely the most famous house in all of America, the White House is where the presidential family lives, sleeps, and conducts business. A visit here is definitely worth a trip to DC in and of itself, so it pays to be prepared for what’s in store for a trip to the White House.
August 28, 2012
Washington DC’s Shakespeare Theatre Company was recently awarded the 2012 Regional Theatre Tony Award for its continued excellence in theatre production. Their latest endeavor is Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well, and it can be seen at the Sidney Herman Hall.
January 24, 2012
Open since 1993 and designed by a Holocaust survivor, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. has welcomed millions of visitors from all nationalities, political leanings, ethnicities and religions. It’s more than a collection of photos and pamphlets; the museum also supports ongoing research, preserves evidence and artwork, runs educational programs, collaborates with foreign offices, holds commemorations… and even has free podcasts through iTunes.