The Indonesian Embassy now sits in the old Walsh-McLean House. Gold-mining magnate Thomas Walsh commissioned the home in 1903. He...
Society of the Cincinnati
The Society of the Cincinnati is a private patriotic group that educates the public about the Revolutionary War. Who knew? What’s key...
The first modern-art museum in the country (opened in 1921) houses a small but exquisite collection of European and American works....
If you like chamber music, don’t forget about the Sunday concerts at the Phillips Collection. They have been a local tradition since 1941.
Attached to Kramerbooks, this buzzing spot is not your average bookstore cafe. The packed indoor tables, wee bar and outdoor patio...
1512 Connecticut Ave NW · interesting places nearby
Dupont Circle’s branch of the healthful salad purveyor often has a line out the door. Order your huge bowl of roast chicken and kale or spicy shrimp and arugula at the counter, then take it to the communal tables to consume with the rest of the young and fit.