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Historic Destinations in D.C.
This sprawling national park spans 146 acres in the center of Washington, D.C. Enjoy extensive green spaces and discover iconic memorials such as the Martin Luther King Jr. and WWII Memorials.
The Lincoln Memorial
Dedicated in 1922, this marble statue and the Parthenon-inspired structure housing it are located at the western end of the National Mall.
The White House.6 MILES AWAY
Stop by the most famous address on Pennsylvania Avenue and the official residence of the President of the United States. Please note that White House Tours are currently suspended.
The instantly recognizable 555-foot obelisk towers over the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool at the National Mall.
National Gallery of Art
Immerse yourself in the Sculpture Garden, featuring delightful and thought-providing works by Chagall, Miró, Louise Bourgeois, and many of your other favorite or soon-to-be-favorite artists.
International Spy Museum
This unique museum's not-so-secret mission is to educate the public about espionage through artifacts, virtual and in-person exhibitions, and immersive activities. Tickets are required for admission and advanced purchase is recommended.
ARTECHOUSE DC Interactive Art Exhibits
Step into a work of art at the first US museum of digital and experiential art. Combining art and technology the creative team at Artechouse produces one-of-a-kind immersive experiences for visitors of all ages. Tickets are required for admission and advanced purchase is recommended.
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
This famed museum houses the most extensive natural history collection globally and the David H. Koch Hall of Fossils. See everything from an 80-foot dinosaur skeleton and a life-size model of a blue whale to the 45.5 carat Hope Diamond.
Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum
Featuring the world’s largest collection of aviation and space exploration artifacts, the Air and Space Museum attracts more than 8 million visitors each year. Stop by to touch a real moon rock and see the Wright Brothers’ first successful airplane.
National Museum of African American History & Culture
Immerse yourself in the richness of African American culture and its influence on America. Museum holdings range from historical artifacts to contemporary artwork, and regular tours delve more deeply into individual collections.
Shopping in Washington, DC
This outdoor development is the perfect place to shop ‘til you drop. Located across the street from Grand Hyatt Washington, you’ll find over 30 luxury stores to choose from boasting everything from haute couture to museum-quality Americana.
Shopping in Georgetown
Stroll M Street NW and Wisconsin Avenue NW for some of the best shopping that Washington, D.C. has to offer. From high-end retail to upscale boutiques, over 400 stores make D.C.’s oldest neighborhood a shopping destination.
Sports & Entertainment Venues
Capital One Arena
Located four blocks from Grand Hyatt Washington is the city’s best sports and entertainment venue. This 20,000-seat arena is the perfect place to enjoy a game, concert, comedy or family show. Home to Washington, D.C.’s professional hockey and basketball teams and college basketball team.
Enjoy America’s favorite pastime in the home of Washington, D.C.’s professional baseball team or listen to your favorite band during Nationals Park concert series. Located in the Navy Yard neighborhood along the Anacostia River, just a short walk from Metro’s Navy Yard-Ballpark Metrorail station (green line).
Located in the Buzzard Point neighborhood along the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers, this 20,000-person soccer stadium is the perfect place to watch a match. Cheer on Washington, D.C.’s professional soccer team, root for your home team or just go for the food – curated by one of D.C.’s top Chefs.
Just two blocks from the hotel, this iconic Washington, D.C. theatre is famous for being the site of the assassination of the United States President Abraham Lincoln in 1865. Take in a live show from the functioning theatre or step back in history when you tour the exhibits in their museum.
Tour Washington, D.C.
Old Town Trolley
Experience Washington, D.C., and its most iconic sights with your very own guide. Old Town Trolley Tours also offers a nighttime monuments tour and foreign language tour app in seven languages. The departure point is just two short blocks from the hotel on 10th and E Streets NW.
Bike and Roll DC
Take an informative tour of Washington, D.C.’s monuments and memorials by bike, E-bike or Segway with Bike and Roll. These tours are perfect for all ages with kid’s bikes, trailer tandem bikes or bike trailers for little ones available. Located a short walk from WMATA’s L’Enfant Plaza Metrorail station (orange, silver, blue, yellow and green lines).
Big Bus Tours
See Washington, D.C.’s top attractions on any of three tour routes with this double-decker, open top bus tour. Hop off to explore a specific location and hop back on when you’re ready to see your next stop. Located one block from the hotel on 10th Street NW between G and F Streets.