See DC By Foot

We offer tours that will give you a fuller appreciation of this great capital city, whether you’re visiting for a day, a weekend, or longer. Be sure to check out our tour calendar to see what’s running when you are in town. Our signature Washington DC tour is our National Mall Tour, a roughly two hour tour that covers the most highlights, … [Read More...]

National Cherry Blossom Festival

Kick-off the 2016 National Cherry Blossom Festival and watch world-renowned performers as we welcome springtime to Washington, DC and celebrate the anniversary of the gift of trees from Japan to the United States. Enjoy spirited traditional and contemporary performances in the historic Warner Theatre. The Festival heralds a natural treasure that … [Read More...]

Cherry Blossom 2016

The forecasts have been volatile this year. In less than a week, the NPS forecast went from a first prediction of March 31-April 3 to a revised one of March 18-23. So far, the Washington Post‘s Capital Weather Gang is predicting March 24-28. There’s no overlap in these forecasts yet, and obviously they both can’t be right. The NPS … [Read More...]

The Best $5.00 You’ll Ever Spend!!

The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal stretches 184.5 miles from Georgetown to Cumberland, MD. Mule-drawn boat trips available (April-Oct.). Wide towpaths open to bikers, joggers and hikers. The main entrance, visitor center and coach parking at Great Falls (MD). Admission: $5 per car. Contact park for additional fee admissions. Price can vary. Visitor … [Read More...]

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial – Free for the Entire Family

Founded in 1984, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund is a private non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that maintains the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, located at Judiciary Square on E St. between 4th & 5th Streets NW. Elegant marble walls display the names of more than 20,000 federal, state and local law enforcement … [Read More...]

Global-Phonic Music Festival

ArlingtonArts free Global-Phonic Music Festival offers an international array of musicians stretching the roots of their traditions in new directions. The three concert series launches with Brazilian musician Rodrigo Amarante (NPR’s Bob Boilen’s Top 3 Albums of 2014) known for his the haunting theme for the hit Netflix series Narcos. Next, Indian … [Read More...]

DC Celebrates the Chinese New Year

Washington, DC celebrates the Chinese New Year with a Chinese New Year Parade, Chinese Dragon Dances, live musical performances, and more. The Chinese New Year is a 15-day event that starts with the New Moon on the first day of the new year and ends on the full moon 15 days later. The first day of the year can fall anywhere between late January and … [Read More...]

Visit the Spectacular National Zoo

Enjoy thousands of exotic animals, educational animal demonstrations, the Asia Trail (where our giant pandas live!), and many other exhibits. Open daily except Dec. 25. Call for hours: 202-633-1000. Free admission. Guided tours by appointment; call (202) 633-3025 or (202) 673-4823 (TTY) - See more at: What's Happening at The National … [Read More...]

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