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The nation's capital isn't just for politicy wonks and aspiring politicians—it's also a hub of food, culture and history.
Remember: there’s no admission charge to enter the 19 museums of the Smithsonian
You'll see Abraham Lincoln peer down at you from his giant marble chair
Easter egg hunts at the White House! Independence Day concerts at the Capitol!
With options to please fitness fanatics, Instagrammers and VIPS
The National Building Museum and United States Botanic Garden are both a must
Rock Creek Park, a beautiful oasis within the city, is a local favorite
Make your kids pose in front of these quintessential D.C. spots, including Chinatown's Friendship Archway
Whirl around the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden by fairy light
These points of interest—many accessible by public transportation—promise fun for the family
From the National Gallery of Art, which houses masterpieces from Monet and Renoir, to the Smithsonian American Art Museum, with its collection of large-scale contemporary works
Known as the home of Duke Ellington and Shirley Horn, the capital has long had a thriving jazz scene
The programming at the Atlas Performing Arts Center emphasizes drama and dance
We're known as the “Hollywood for Ugly People,” after all
Whether catching your favorite band or discovering new musicians
Expect new urban development projects, restaurant and bar openings and more
Awesome beaches, hikes, road trips, snorkeling expeditions, sailing adventures and more.
We’re talking about the music scene, the hot chicken and, of course, the top bars in the area.
Expansion and change are on the way, and by the time you finish experiencing all of the following things to do here, we’ll likely be working on the next list.