Trapeze School: Acrobatics for All



Did you realize that you don’t have to run off and join the circus to experience the flying trapeze? Well, if flying through the air with the greatest of ease is on your bucket list, a visit to the Trapeze School’s indoor and outdoor instruction arena is a must! Whether you’re a first-timer or well on your way to […]

The Philips Collection: Masters of Art


At the Philips Collection, you can behold the famous Renoir painting "Luncheon of the Boating Party" — it’s worth the cost of admission just to gaze upon it! If sprawling museums feel a bit overwhelming, you're in luck, the Phillips is a modest size, and houses just under 3,000 works by the likes of Van Gogh, Picasso, […]

Trouble on the Hill: Classic Movies Set in D.C.


Our nation's capital has long been an inspiration to filmmakers. Some of the stories they’ve produced concern politics; others transcend them. Here are some of the best movies set and shot in Washington, D.C.: The Exorcist The horror classic takes place and was mostly shot in Georgetown, where Linda Blair’s Regan is living temporarily with […]

5 Exciting December Events in Washington, D.C.


During December, the nation’s capital is rife with holiday celebrations in just about every location you can imagine. To help you sort through all your options, here are some highlights of traditional along with quirky holiday festivities. National Christmas Tree Lighting: 12/01/11, the Ellipse at The White House Lucky winners of a lottery system can […]

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