Whether you’re visiting D.C. for the first time or local to the area, Georgetown is always an exciting area to explore. D.C.’s oldest neighborhood is filled with incredible restaurants, trendy shops, and not to mention some pretty breathtaking views. If you’re looking for a prime eating spot Washington Harbour is the place to go. Soak up the scenic views of the Potomac River while eating a delicious meal at a waterfront restaurant. What could be better?
Another fun area to explore this summer (also boasting spectacular waterside views) is The Wharf. Not only is The Wharf home to some of the hottest new restaurants in D.C., it also offers fun activities for people of all ages. Grab a friend and experience the music scene at The Anthem, a concert venue that features everything from big name shows to intimate performances. You can also find live music while strolling down the charming alleys on Pearl Street, not to mention some great eats! And if you’re looking for an outdoor adventure look no further. Grab a kayak and paddle past some of D.C.’s most iconic sites, or simply dangle your feet into the water from the pier. At The Wharf you can enjoy the Potomac River any way you like!
If you’re looking to discover one of D.C.’s hidden gems you must check out The Culture House. This former church tucked away in Southwest D.C. is a nonprofit art and performance venue open to artists and community members from all over the city. Come here to check out an awesome art exhibit (and take a spectacular Instagram photo while you’re here).