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Around Washington

Located in the heart of the nation’s capital, The Willard is within walking distance to many of the city’s most iconic monuments, memorials and museums. Live like a local while in D.C. and explore some of our staff’s favorite places to eat, shop and visit.

The National Mall & Memorial Parks

With over 1,000 acres of greenspace, the National Mall and Memorial Parks have become the most iconic locations in Washington, D.C. Explore numerous memorials

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National Museum of African American History & Culture

Learn about the richness and diversity of the African American experience, what it means to their lives, and how it has helped shape this nation.

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Ford's Theatre

Learn about Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, assassination and legacy in one of America’s most infamous theatres.

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Library of Congress

Take a free one-hour tour of the world’s largest library. Open Monday through Saturday.

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The Supreme Court

View an oral argument by the Supreme Court Justices. View the Argument Calendar on the Supreme Court website to see when they are in session. It

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The Bureau of Engraving & Printing

Tour the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to learn about U.S. paper currency and see how it is made. Open weekdays from 8.30 a.

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United States Botanical Gardens

A living plant museum, the U.S. Botanical Gardens maintains over 65,000 plants. View rare and endangered plants, to the latest in home gardens from

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United States Capitol Building

Take a guided tour of the historic U.S. Capitol Building, home to the House of Representatives and the Senate. Tour schedules can fill up quickly,

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The Lincoln Memorial

Located on the western edge of the National Mall, this memorial was built in honor of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States.

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The White House

Located one block from The Willard, The White House is the official residence of the President of the United States. Public tours must be arranged through

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The Washington Monument

Standing at 555 feet, 5-1/8 inches, the Washington Monument offers the best bird’s eye view of the city! Tickets are required.

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Eastern Market

A favorite among locals, Eastern Market is the oldest operating fresh food market in D.C. Open Tuesday through Sunday. On the weekends, visitors can also

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The White House Visitor Center

Features a museum gallery, a temporary exhibit area, retail shop, visitor information facilities, and numerous opportunities for children and families to connect to the history of

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Diplomatic Reception Rooms, U.S. Department of State

Located within the U.S. Department of State, the Diplomatic Reception Rooms offers visitors a chance to view the various rooms used when hosting visitors fir

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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Take in a performance at the nationally renowned Kennedy Center. Whether you like Theatre, Ballet, Opera or the Symphony, the Kennedy Center has something for everyone.

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Smithsonian's National Zoo

Free to visitors, the National Zoo is home to roughly 1,800 animals from 300 different species.

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The Tidal Basin

Stroll along the Tidal Basin and view some of Washington’s most notable Memorials,including the Martin Luther King Memorial, F.D. Roosevelt Memorial and Thomas

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Café du Parc

Casual French Bistro at The Willard.

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Occidental Grill

A historic fine dining restaurant for over 100 years, the Occidental Grill offers American cuisine with a focus on regional ingredients.

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Taberna del Alabardero

Fine-Dining Spanish Cuisine.

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Old Ebbitt Grill

Washington’s oldest saloon, Old Ebbitt Grill is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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Tosca

Modern Northern Italian menu by Chef Massimo Fabbri.

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The Hamilton

Trendy, Casual American Food.

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The Oceanaire

High-end Seafood & Shellfish.

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Zaytinya

Mid-priced Greek/Mediterranean tapas.

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Fiola Mare

Specializing in seafood, Fiola Mare, located along the Potomac River in Georgetown, offers cuisine inspired by the seaside dining experience found along the coast of Italy

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Rasika West End

Modern and traditional Indian fare served in a contemporary space.

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City Center DC

Hermes, Louis Vuitton, David Yurman, Canali, and Dior are only a handful of the high-end stores located within CityCenterDC.

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Tiny Jewel Box

Opened as an antique jewelry store in 1930, it is now a four-floor emporium. In addition to designer jewelry and watches, Tiny Jewel Box features a

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Dupont Circle

A trendy and historic neighborhood, Dupont Circle is home to some of D.C.’s most popular restaurants, bars, art galleries and retail shopping.

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Georgetown

Take a stroll down M Street in the popular Georgetown neighborhood and explore the numerous restaurants, bars and retail shops the area has to offer.

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Washington National Cathedral

View the sixth-largest cathedral in the world.

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National Archives

View the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence in the Rotunda of the National Archives.

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National Portrait Gallery

Experience portraiture beyond the frame. Our collections present people of remarkable character and achievement. These Americans—artists, politicians, scientists, inventors, activists, and performers—form our national

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All Eating Shopping Places

Eating

Café du Parc

Casual French Bistro at The Willard.

Eating

Occidental Grill

A historic fine dining restaurant for over 100 years, the Occidental Grill offers American cuisine with a focus on regional ingredients.

Eating

Taberna del Alabardero

Fine-Dining Spanish Cuisine.

Eating

Old Ebbitt Grill

Washington’s oldest saloon, Old Ebbitt Grill is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Eating

Tosca

Modern Northern Italian menu by Chef Massimo Fabbri.

Eating

The Hamilton

Trendy, Casual American Food.

Eating

The Oceanaire

High-end Seafood & Shellfish.

Eating

Zaytinya

Mid-priced Greek/Mediterranean tapas.

Eating

Fiola Mare

Specializing in seafood, Fiola Mare, located along the Potomac River in Georgetown, offers cuisine inspired by the seaside dining experience found along the coast of Italy and the Mediterranean.

Eating

Rasika West End

Modern and traditional Indian fare served in a contemporary space.

Shopping

City Center DC

Hermes, Louis Vuitton, David Yurman, Canali, and Dior are only a handful of the high-end stores located within CityCenterDC.

Shopping

Tiny Jewel Box

Opened as an antique jewelry store in 1930, it is now a four-floor emporium. In addition to designer jewelry and watches, Tiny Jewel Box features a corporate gifting showroom, as well as Washington’s largest collection of vintage engagement rings and custom jewelry.

Shopping

Dupont Circle

A trendy and historic neighborhood, Dupont Circle is home to some of D.C.’s most popular restaurants, bars, art galleries and retail shopping.

Shopping

Georgetown

Take a stroll down M Street in the popular Georgetown neighborhood and explore the numerous restaurants, bars and retail shops the area has to offer.

Places

The National Mall & Memorial Parks

With over 1,000 acres of greenspace, the National Mall and Memorial Parks have become the most iconic locations in Washington, D.C. Explore numerous memorials and Smithsonian museums located throughout.

Places

National Museum of African American History & Culture

Learn about the richness and diversity of the African American experience, what it means to their lives, and how it has helped shape this nation.

Places

Ford's Theatre

Learn about Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, assassination and legacy in one of America’s most infamous theatres.

Places

Library of Congress

Take a free one-hour tour of the world’s largest library. Open Monday through Saturday.

Places

The Supreme Court

View an oral argument by the Supreme Court Justices. View the Argument Calendar on the Supreme Court website to see when they are in session. It is highly recommended that you arrive early as seating is limited and is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Places

The Bureau of Engraving & Printing

Tour the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to learn about U.S. paper currency and see how it is made. Open weekdays from 8.30 a.m. – 3.00 p.m. Admission is free and tickets are required March – August.

Places

United States Botanical Gardens

A living plant museum, the U.S. Botanical Gardens maintains over 65,000 plants. View rare and endangered plants, to the latest in home gardens from around the world.

Places

United States Capitol Building

Take a guided tour of the historic U.S. Capitol Building, home to the House of Representatives and the Senate. Tour schedules can fill up quickly, especially in the Spring and Fall, thus it is recommended that you book your tickets in advance.

Places

The Lincoln Memorial

Located on the western edge of the National Mall, this memorial was built in honor of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States.

Places

The White House

Located one block from The Willard, The White House is the official residence of the President of the United States. Public tours must be arranged through Congressional offices and embassies.

Places

The Washington Monument

Standing at 555 feet, 5-1/8 inches, the Washington Monument offers the best bird’s eye view of the city! Tickets are required.

Places

Eastern Market

A favorite among locals, Eastern Market is the oldest operating fresh food market in D.C. Open Tuesday through Sunday. On the weekends, visitors can also enjoy artisan crafts, jewelry, antiques, and more from over 100 vendors.

Places

The White House Visitor Center

Features a museum gallery, a temporary exhibit area, retail shop, visitor information facilities, and numerous opportunities for children and families to connect to the history of the White House and President’s Park. View over 100 artifacts from the White HouseCollection, including items like President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Desk.

Places

Diplomatic Reception Rooms, U.S. Department of State

Located within the U.S. Department of State, the Diplomatic Reception Rooms offers visitors a chance to view the various rooms used when hosting visitors fir official meetings,luncheons and dinners. With a collection of furnishings, paintings and objects worth over $100 million, these rooms are a must see. Tours must be booked in advance and are only offered Monday – Friday at select times.

Places

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Take in a performance at the nationally renowned Kennedy Center. Whether you like Theatre, Ballet, Opera or the Symphony, the Kennedy Center has something for everyone.

Places

Smithsonian's National Zoo

Free to visitors, the National Zoo is home to roughly 1,800 animals from 300 different species.

Places

The Tidal Basin

Stroll along the Tidal Basin and view some of Washington’s most notable Memorials,including the Martin Luther King Memorial, F.D. Roosevelt Memorial and Thomas Jefferson Memorial. Visiting D.C. in the Spring? The Tidal Basin is the most iconic focal point for viewing of the annual Cherry Blossoms.

Places

Washington National Cathedral

View the sixth-largest cathedral in the world.

Places

National Archives

View the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence in the Rotunda of the National Archives.

Places

National Portrait Gallery

Experience portraiture beyond the frame. Our collections present people of remarkable character and achievement. These Americans—artists, politicians, scientists, inventors, activists, and performers—form our national identity. They help us understand who we are and remind us of what we can aspire to be.