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April 1, 2021
Twilight Tattoo at Fort Myer (2021)

A unique DC experience is to watch the Twilight Tattoo at Fort Myer, where you can watch a military pageant featuring members of the Old Guard and "Pershing's Own" band. This free and family-friendly event is often missed but it is easy to get to and worth the trip over the Potomac River to Virginia. […]

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March 28, 2021
10 Spooky Facts about Georgetown

Long before the 1971 Exorcist movie put Georgetown on the map for horror fans, tales of ghosts and the otherworldly was a deep part of the town.  It may be a combination of ambiance, architecture, and landscaping... but Georgetown is seriously haunted.  Below are some, not so well known, spooky facts about this old port town.     1. There is […]

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March 23, 2021
Things to do in National Harbor

This post highlights the best things to do in National Harbor, Maryland and has been updated for 2021. It includes a top 10 list, evening, free, and family-friendly activities, as well as annual seasonal events. When applicable, we’ve marked items that are free and/or kid-friendly. If you’re visiting from DC, be sure to check out […]

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March 17, 2021
Women Owned Restaurants in DC that are OPEN

With Women's History Month here and local restaurants now allowed to offer indoor dining at 25% capacity, it's a great time to support women-owned restaurants in the District. These are a few of our favorites. They are open but require prior reservations!  Lulu’s Winegarden on U Street Backyard envy, anyone? Co-owned by local husband and […]

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March 17, 2021
Where to see Cherry Blossom Trees in DC that are NOT on the Tidal Basin

The Blossoms on the Tidal Basin are the most famous but there are a number of Cherry Blossom alternatives to the Tidal Basin! In the age of Instagram selfies and the perfect shot you'll be hard pressed to get a photo that does not also include a hundred of your new closest friends if you're […]

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March 12, 2021
Self Guided Tour of Georgetown in the Civil War

During the American Civil War, Georgetown was its own city, distinct from Washington. But it's municipal status was not the only thing separating it from the Union capital - Georgetown was full of Confederate sympathizers. From spies to soldiers, these "secesh" families lived next door to Union hospitals and boarding houses for officers in blue. […]

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March 8, 2021
What To Do in Washington, DC for St. Patrick’s Day (2021)

There are tons of things to do while visiting Washington, D.C. during St. Patrick’s Day! Whether it's enjoying delicious Irish cuisine with some authentic Irish music, or visiting our beautiful landmarks that have been built by Irish hands, there is fun for everyone during this festive weekend. St. Patrick's Day is Wednesday, March 17, 2021. […]

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March 8, 2021
Self Guided East Georgetown Walking Tour

This post is a 2-hour self-guided tour of things to see in the eastern half of Georgetown in Washington, DC.   While you haven't officially left Washington, D.C., it sure feels like you have. Founded in 1751 as the Town of George, this was a small tobacco inspection port in the colony of Maryland.   […]

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March 4, 2021
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March 3, 2021
Arlington National Cemetery Visitor Guide

No visit to DC is complete without a visit to the hallowed grounds of Arlington National Cemetery - even if it is in Virginia.  We've put together this easy to read guide to planning a visit to Arlington National Cemetery so that you could make the most of your valuable time at this national shrine. […]

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March 2, 2021
The Only Cherry Blossom Festival Guide & Map You Need [2021]

This post covers everything you need to know about the Cherry Blossom Festival for 2021. Since most of the festival will be virtual this year, we've included information on how to watch it from home. You'll also find a self guided Cherry Blossom tour, including how to get there, the best places to view the […]

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March 1, 2021
Free Things to Do in Washington DC

This post lists hundreds of free things to do in Washington DC, including nighttime activities, things to do with kids, and museums and attractions.  Washington DC is a great place to travel for those on a budget thanks to the number of free or cheap things to do, from the Smithsonian Museums to touring the […]

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March 1, 2021
Celebrate Women's History Month in Washington DC (2021)

Every March, we celebrate and commemorate the vital role of women in American history.  Below is a list of some of the best women’s history month activities and events updated for 2021. You can check out our full list of March activities in Washington DC here.

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February 23, 2021
How to Become a Tomb Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

This weekend, following our Arlington National Cemetery Tour, I had the great honor to chat with Sergeant First Class Tanner Welch of the 3rd Infantry Regiment, Sentinel of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

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February 16, 2021
Adams Morgan Neighborhood Guide

Adams Morgan is a neighborhood of Washington DC that has a lot of hidden history. Today, it is known as one of the best places to go out on weekends for the college crowd both for late night bars and karaoke. Join us on a self-guided Adams Morgan walking tour to learn more about its […]

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February 10, 2021
The 6 Best Cherry Blossom Tours in DC (By Foot, Bus, and Bike!)

This post is about the best Cherry Blossom tours offered for 2021 Peak Bloom.   A different take on regular walking tours, there are many tour opportunities to explore the city for great photographic spots, learn about the history of these trees and the Cherry Blossom festival that celebrates the trees, Spring and our friendship […]

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