Washington, DC is an international crossroads packed with historic monuments, captivating museums, eclectic restaurants and diverse neighborhoods.
Washington, DC is home to iconic monuments, fascinating museums and so much more. From the dramatic Greek architecture of the rock-solid buildings to the mix of international cultures, you never forget you're in the powerhouse of the USA. But there's lighter fun to be had – lively neighborhoods, sprawling parks, award-winning dining and fabulous shopping await.
Food, wine, beer and music festival featuring tastings and dishes from more than 80 of DC’s best restaurants, eateries and food trucks, a Farm-to-Fork zone, and the chance to get up close and personal with local chefs and winemakers.
Annual celebration of photography featuring a photo contest and juried exhibition, gallery openings, lectures, workshops, book signings and more.
One of the largest gay and lesbian film festivals in the country showcasing great gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender films. The festival brings new and exciting documentary, short and feature films from all over the world to Washington, DC as well as panel discussions, filmmaker Q&A and celebrations.
The annual Taste of Georgetown showcases creative tastes from over 35 of the neighbourhood’s best restaurants, as well as an expansive Craft Beer and Wine Garden.
Beyond DC’s iconic memorials and monuments a number of unique neighbourhoods unfold throughout the city.
Enjoy tastes from 75 of Washington, DC's best restaurants while catching a live onstage battle hosted and judged by the biggest names in the culinary world.