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THE NEIGHBORHOODS THE NEIGHBORHOODS
Explore our nation’s capital beyond the monuments. Place your hand on the pulse of the District by touring this selection of the city’s neighborhoods. As you stroll through the options, you’ll feel the rhythms, savor the tastes and discover all there is to love about our Capital City. This is our town. These are our neighborhoods. And we love this place as much as you do!
Adams Morgan Adams Morgan
Billed as one of Washington, DC’s first suburbs, Anacostia was joined to the District of Columbia in 1791. Home to historic sites, cultural destinations, a growing business district, and greenspaces–the area is enjoying a renaissance of interest and popularity.View More
Brookland, a Northeast Washington neighborhood, was first settled by the Algonquin Indians. The area became home to Jehiel Brooks, a First Lieutenant in the War of 1812 and Confederate sympathizer who built the Brooks Mansion when he married the daughter of a prominent landowner. The Brooks Mansion still stands today. A popular tavern named for Brooks closed in 2012, after 32 years of operation.View More
Capitol Hill Capitol Hill
One of the largest residential historic neighborhoods in DC, Capitol Hill also serves as the home of the United States Congress. Some of the more prominent landmarks include the United States Capitol, the Marine Barracks, the Supreme Court building, the Library of Congress, and Eastern Market.View More
The cultural and culinary jewel of the Penn Quarter neighborhood is Chinatown, which along with Gallery Place and the Verizon Center create a vibrant hub of entertainment activity in the heart of DC.View More
Columbia Heights Columbia Heights
Etched from what had previously been farmland during the Civil War, Deanwood was developed by free persons and the newly freed—many of whom built their own homes—making this Northeast location home to one of the oldest continuous African American neighborhoods in the country.View More
Fort Dupont Fort Dupont
H Street H Street
H Street today is a bustling, pedestrian-friendly corridor known for its vibrant nightlife. The recent revitalization of what was once one of the city’s most important transportation and commercial districts has brought with it an exciting collection of theaters, restaurants, and shopping.View More
Ivy City Ivy City
Mount Pleasant Mount Pleasant
Once, part of a much larger rural estate spanning 205 acres, the Petworth neighborhood has been a constant in the District’s vibrant landscape of neighborhoods. Before their close, cultural festivals like Georgia Avenue Day, and the DC Caribbean Carnival paraded the sights and sounds of the area along its main thoroughfares.View More
Southwest Waterfront Southwest Waterfront
An integral part of Pierre L’Enfant’s original plan for Washington, DC, the Southwest Waterfront neighborhood feels like its own little island tucked away in the smallest of the city’s four quadrants.View More
U Street U Street
An area that dates back to the 1860’s, U Street has a long and storied history in DC. Once lined with Victorian-era houses U Street transformed into a vibrant entertainment destination by the mid-twentieth century.View More
Woodley Park Woodley Park
Named after Woodley House, the mansion built by Philip Barton Key, the uncle of “Star Spangled Banner” author Francis Scott Key, Woodley Park is a neighborhood located in Northwest Washington, DC.View More
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