Attractions Near Our Hotel
The greater Washington, D.C. area is home to many unique historical offerings, as well as talented artists featured locally, nationally, and internationally. From seeing everyone’s favorite sites at the National Mall to spending the day at the National Zoo, there is much to see and enjoy for all visitors.
The National Mall features many mosaics, art installation pieces, war memorials, and more that preserves our past and shows our country’s march forward. From the Vietnam War Memorial to the inspiring Lincoln Memorial, there is much to be learned from walking about the National Mall.
Any trip to D.C. should include a public tour of the White House. Featuring certain areas that offer a glimpse into the life of a President, this is a tour that most visitors can’t wait to take.
The National Zoo features free admission and has many different species on display for nature lovers of all ages. With an emphasis on conservation and education, this is an exciting zoo to visit.
The National Mall is home to some of the most iconic memorials in the nation depicting the brave men and women of the armed forces, as well as some of the founding fathers of our nation. Whether you plan on seeing some of the best 4th of July fireworks in the country or spending a quiet day walking through the Washington, Lincoln, and Jefferson monuments, history meets art in this sprawling outdoor attraction. Featured in films and where MLK, Jr. made his famous speech, this site is not to be missed.
Smithsonian's National Zoo
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo is a free admission park with exhibits featuring animals from all around the world. This 163-acre park was originally opened in 1889 and has grown to include over 1,500 animals. Guests can explore primates, birds, reptiles, elephants, pandas, and more all while learning about conservation. You can also watch live feedings of certain animals throughout the day, as well as let the little ones enjoy the Kids’ Farm complete with barnyard animals who love to interact with visitors.
The White House
While the entire White House may not be accessible by guests, the famous White House tour does offer an impressive look inside the President’s residence. This tour welcomes thousands of guests every year and offers some unique facts and trivia about current and past administration members. Most exciting is the amount of original artifacts on display offering a glimpse into the early days of the White House to today. It is recommended that you schedule your tour several weeks in advance due to popularity.
- David A. Clarke School
of Law 0.06 mi
- Soapstone Valley Park 0.4 mi
- Hillwood Museum Gardens 0.6 mi
- Grant Road Historic District 0.7 mi
- Smithsonian National Zoo 1.0 mi
- The Capitol 3.0 mi
- Downtown Washington, D.C. 3.1 mi
- The White House 3.8 mi
- The National Mall 4.6 mi
- Reagan Washington National
Airport 9.3 mi
- Flavor Garden 0.0 mi
- Bread Furst 0.01 mi
- Acacia Bistro & Wine Bar 0.04 mi
- Sfoglina Restaurant 0.01 mi
- Potbelly Sandwich Shop 0.1 mi
- Sushi Para 0.3 mi
- Buck's Fishing & Camping 0.6 mi
- Pho 14 0.6 mi
- Jake's American Grille 0.6 mi
- Terasol Bistro & Artisan
Gallery 0.6 mi
- Comet Ping Pong 0.7 mi
- Chevy Chase Pavilion 1.7 mi
- Maza Gallerie 1.7 mi
- The Shops at Wisconsin Place 1.8 mi
- Shops at 2000 Penn 3.9 mi
- Georgetown Park 3.9 mi