Area Attractions

Ride the DC Circulator, for FREE!

The EM-LP route (Eastern Market — L’Enfant Plaza) picks up right in front of the hotel and will take you to popular destinations like the Waterfront, the Navy Yard/Ballpark and Eastern Market.

The bus runs weekdays from 6am-9pm, and weekends from 7am-9pm, with special service on Nationals & DC United game days. For schedules and routes, please visit www.dccirculator.com or inquire with our front desk for assistance.

Access the Wharf via the FREE Southwest Shuttle!

The Wharf offers a SW Neighborhood Shuttle that is free and open to the public. With daily service until 11:30 pm, Mon-Thurs and 1:00 am on Fri & Sat, and departures every 10 minutes, it’s easy and convenient to take the shuttle from The Wharf to the National Mall, with stops at L’Enfant Plaza each way. For schedules and routes, please visit www.wharfdc.com/getting-here/southwest-shuttle or inquire with our front desk for assistance.

SMITHSONIAN

A group of museums and research centers first established in 1846, all a short walk away. Entrances to all Smithsonian Institutions are free. 

VISIT WEBSITE

7 Minute Walk / 0.4 Miles

THE WHARF DISTRICT

The District Wharf is a mile-long stretch of retail, recreation and entertainment that has redefined Washington’s waterfront.

VISIT WEBSITE

10 Minute Walk / 0.4 Miles 

NEW SPY MUSEUM

International Spy Museum provides a unique glimpse into the innovative world of Spys old & new. (opening soon)

VISIT WEBSITE

1 Minute Walk / Adjacent Hotel

U.S. CAPITOL

United States Capitol, home of the  legislative branch of the U.S. government.

VISIT WEBSITE

7 Minutes / 1.5 Miles

NATIONALS PARK

Baseball park located in the Navy Yard neighborhood. Home to the Washington Nationals.

VISIT WEBSITE

8 Minutes / 2.1 Miles

WWII MEMORIAL

Memorial to honor the 16 million who served in the U.S. armed forces, and more than 400,000 who died.

VISIT WEBSITE

9 Minutes / 1.6 Miles

NATIONAL MALL

Best known for the many memorials, this massive park should be on top of any Washington DC visit.

VISIT WEBSITE

5 Minute Walk / 0.4 Miles

MUSEUM OF THE BIBLE

Offers visitors an immersive way to explore the history, narrative, and impact of the Bible.

VISIT WEBSITE

10 Minute Walk / 0.5 Miles

WHITE HOUSE

The White House is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States.

VISIT WEBSITE

14 Minutes / 2.2 Miles

CAPITAL ONE ARENA

Home to many of DC professional teams. 20,000-seat arena with world-class events, concerts and more.

VISIT WEBSITE

10 Minutes / 1.7 Miles

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

The largest library in the world and one of the most prestigious, houses over 160 million items. 

VISIT WEBSITE

9 Minutes / 1.8 Miles

SUPREME COURT

Attend a free lecture about the building’s history and the proceedings of the court. In session October–April.

VISIT WEBSITE

9 Minutes / 1.9 Miles

NATIONAL ZOO

Walk around with or without kids. See the giant pandas, the big cats, and the great apes! 

VISIT WEBSITE

21 Minutes / 6 Miles

LINCOLN MEMORIAL

A tribute to America’s 16th president and is best seen at night. Located at the western end of the National Mall.

VISIT WEBSITE

11 Minutes / 2.9 Miles

ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

The final resting place for thousands of service men and women. Also houses the Tomb of the Unkown Solider.

VISIT WEBSITE

11 Minutes / 3.9 Miles

JEFFERSON MEMORIAL

The Thomas Jefferson Memorial, modeled after the Pantheon of Rome, is America’s foremost memorial to our third president.

VISIT WEBSITE

7 Minutes / 1.9 Miles

FDR MEMORIAL

The national memorial dedicated to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the United States

VISIT WEBSITE

6 Minutes / 2.0 Miles

US NAVAL OBSERVATORY

One of the oldest scientific agencies in the United States, which produces positioning, navigation and timing.

VISIT WEBSITE

18 Minutes / 5.4 Miles

US HOLOCAUST MUSEUM

This acclaimed museum tells the story of the Holocaust through artifacts, films, and more

VISIT WEBSITE

13 Minute Walk / 0.6 Miles

FORD’S THEATRE

The site of the April 14, 1865, assassination of President Abraham Lincoln,.

VISIT WEBSITE

11 Minutes / 1.59 Miles

Call Now