Welcome to Washington, DC. Our nation’s capital is not only a deeply historic city at the nexus of democratic power in the United States, but also a multicultural and international city made up of countless distinct neighborhoods, each with their own unique culture. Many of the neighborhoods in DC feel like a small town while enjoying all the perks of being situated in a bustling city.
The city is open. Capacity restrictions have been lifted in DC, and museums and attractions are reopening. Learn more about what’s open, how to get tickets, current health precautions and what’s coming soon at the links below.
Enjoy DC’s vibrant restaurant scene. From Filipino, to Ethiopian, to Salvadoran, to classic American and much more, the city is home to hundreds of restaurants representing a wide array of cuisines.
- The Best Places to Eat in Dupont Circle
- Where to eat and More Dining Guides
- 20+ Hot Restaurants to Try Now in Washington, DC
- Neighborhood Dining Guides
- Breweries, Distilleries, and Wineries
There’s something for everyone in DC. There are countless options to help you make the most out of your trip and many of them are free.