Home of the President of the United States of America, the White House is a staple for any visit to the Washington DC. Located north of the Lincoln Memorial and right at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and 16th street, it is a short walk from the National Mall
Walk the national mall and take in all the great views of the Washington Monument, the Capitol Building, Lincoln Memorial the Smithsonian Museums and all the other iconic monuments that surround this beautiful green.
Newly re-opened in September of 2017, the WHARF is the new hangout of SE Washington DC. Complete with a beautiful river walk restaurants and concert venue, the WHARF is a great place to enjoy DC culture
Located in Northwest DC, Georgetown is known as one of the most historic areas of DC proper. M Street which is Georgetown main street is loaded with great shops and a wide array of food options, it also has a great waterfront park. Walk through the side street of this town to see beautiful historic homes.
Just a quick metro ride south on the Blue or Yellow line to King Street is one of DC Metro Area's oldest and most historic towns. Home to many pubs, restaurants, Mom-and-Pop shops, and small museums, the very dog-friendly area may be a hike but it is worth the journey.
Surrounded by Japanese maples, the Tidal Basin is a historically significant location with access to and spectacular views of the Jefferson Memorial. Now go get to the Tidal Basin and rent yourself a Swan boat!