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Completed in 1800, the US Capitol building is an iconic symbol of American democracy and has been the site of many historic events in Washington DC such as presidential inaugurations and protests.
Washington Union Station1.1 MILES AWAY
Known for its grand vaulted ceilings and ornate architecture, this historic train station and transportation hub currently serves Amtrak, MARC, and VRE commuter trains plus local and long-distance buses.
Walter E. Washington Convention Center1.3 MILES AWAY
Located in downtown Washington DC, the Walter E. Washington Convention Center is a large event venue that hosts trade shows, conferences, and cultural events in a range of flexible meeting spaces, exhibition halls, and ballrooms.
Capital One Arena1.4 MILES AWAY
With over 20,000 seats, the Capital One Arena is a sports and entertainment venue in downtown Washington DC that hosts hockey games, basketball games, college sports, and concerts.
Howard University1.3 MILES AWAY
Founded in 1867, Howard University is a private, historically Black university known for its strong academic programs, particularly in the fields of medicine, law, and communications.
MuralsDC1.9 MILES AWAY
MuralsDC is a public art project that aims to beautify Washington DC through large-scale murals while featuring local and international artists engaging with social and cultural issues through their work.
Gallaudet University is a research university founded in 1864 and is a leader in education for deaf and hard of hearing students.
Local Food and Cafes
Union Market0.6 MILES AWAY
Featuring over 40 local vendors, Union Market is an indoor food hall and market with food, drinks, specialty products, cooking classes, and musical performances beloved by foodies and tourists alike.
King Street Oyster Bar0.2 MILES AWAY
Renowned across Washington DC, King Street Oyster Bar is a seafood restaurant that specializes in oysters, lobster rolls, fish tacos and other seafood dishes sourced from both the East and West Coasts.
Menomale2.1 MILES AWAY
Known for its cozy atmosphere and authentic ingredients, Menomale specializes in Neapolitan-style pizza by using traditional cooking methods while also serving a selection of Italian wines and craft beers.
La Cosecha0.6 MILES AWAY
La Cosecha is a Latin American market and food hall where over 20 vendors sell a variety of food, drinks, and artisanal products while hosting an array of cultural events, workshops, and cooking classes.
Masseria0.6 MILES AWAY
With its modern take on traditional Italian cuisine, Masseria offers a seasonally inspired tasting menu, elegant décor, and an outdoor seating area in the garden.
Le Clou0.4 MILES AWAY
Le Clou is a modern French brasserie with a wraparound marble bar, beautiful chandeliers, and high-end finishes for a luxurious dining experience and special events.
City Winery1.3 MILES AWAY
Unique music venue, event space, restaurant, rooftop bar and winery located in Northeast DC. Enjoy a wine tasting, an intimate concert or fun night with friends at this lively new space in Ivy City.
Busboys and Poets0.7 MILES AWAY
A community gathering place since 2005. It is a full service restaurant, bar, bookstore, lounge and theater
Breweries and Bars
Metropolitan Beer Trail0.2 MILES AWAY
Within walking or biking distance from the Metropolitan Brand Trail, this beer trail invites you to explore some of the most popular brew pubs and bars in Washington DC.
Wunder Garten0.4 MILES AWAY
Wunder Garten is a laidback and pet-friendly outdoor beer garden that features a rotating selection of craft beers, wines, and cocktails while also hosting special events such as trivia nights and holiday markets.
Red Bear Brewing Company0.4 MILES AWAY
With an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere, Red Bear Brewing Company is a brewery and taproom that serves IPAs, stouts, sour beers, and non-alcoholic drinks. There is also a spacious patio for outdoor seating and an event space for trivia nights and live music.
The Eleanor0.3 MILES AWAY
Upscale casual drinking and dining establishment complete with duckpin bowling, skee ball and other games.
Vesper Bar & Lounge0.4 MILES AWAY
Ideal for business meetings by day or socializing in the evenings, the Vesper Bar & Lounge offers live music, cocktails, and grand hors d’oeuvres.
Crooked Run Fermentation32.4 MILES AWAY
Located about 30 miles outside of Washington DC, Crooked Run Fermentation is a craft brewery and taproom in Sterling, Virginia, that serves barrel-aged and experimental beers such as IPAs, stouts, and sours.
Pub & The People0.4 MILES AWAY
Voted “Best Neighborhood bar” by the Washington City Paper in 2018, this bar and American tavern is complete with patio and a local flavor.
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum1.7 MILES AWAY
With free admission and interactive exhibits for all ages, the National Air and Space Museum is a Smithsonian Museum that showcases the history of aviation and space exploration, including the Wright Brothers' plane, the Apollo 11 command module, and educational programs.
National Museum of African American History and Culture2.1 MILES AWAY
The National Museum of African American History and Culture is a Smithsonian Museum that features historical exhibits on slavery, segregation, and the civil rights movement while showcasing African American contributions to art, music, and sports.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum2.4 MILES AWAY
With over a million visitors per year, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum features artifacts, interactive displays, and educational programs to tell the story of the Holocaust and its impact on the world.
International Spy Museum2.3 MILES AWAY
Popular among history enthusiasts and tourists, the International Spy Museum explores the world of espionage and the history of spying techniques by featuring interactive exhibits, escape rooms, and workshops.
Smithsonian's National Postal Museum0.7 MILES AWAY
With free admission, the Smithsonian National Postal Museum houses over six million items, including stamps, letters, and other postal artifacts, to showcase the history of the U.S. Postal Service.
Museum for Black Girls0.5 MILES AWAY
The Museum for Black Girls celebrates self-love and Black Girl Magic by featuring a frequently changing selection of artwork, historical artifacts, immersive exhibits, and multimedia displays curated by local and grassroots artists.
Ford's Theatre1.5 MILES AWAY
Washington D.C.'s historic theatre which open in August 1863. Most notable for being the site of the assassination of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865.