Characterized as one of the district’s most diverse neighborhoods, Columbia Heights—rich in eateries boasting fare crisscrossing the globe—is a melting post of sights, sounds, and smells.
Originally, named for Columbian College in 1822, the area has seen tremendous growth in recent years including a revitalized shopping district, the inclusion of water parks, and other outdoor enjoyments.
The Columbia Heights “Neighborhoods” scratcher ticket features the landmark Tivoli Theater. Completed in 1924, the building originally served as a movie house until its closing in 1976. Since it’s 2005 reopening, the Tivoli has found new audiences with a resident theater company and live stage performances.
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Meridian Hill Park
The District’s sole equestrian statue featuring a woman, the longest cascading fountain in North American, and drum circles—these are just some of the cultural draws that attract visitors to Meridian Hill Park located at 16th and W Streets, NW.