Show off your triple lutz skills at Washington Harbour’s ice skating rink.
Warm up by the fire at the Ritz Carlton and enjoy complimentary hot apple cider (3-7 pm) or s’mores (6:30-7pm).
Travel back in time at Old Stone House, one of the oldest known remaining structures in Washington, DC, right on M Street.
Get all your holiday shopping done in one fell swoop at the many local boutiques.
Got friends and family in town over the holidays? Send them on the Circulator. For just $1 they can get to Georgetown from Union Station, Rosslyn, or Dupont Circle and they’ll see the city along the way.
Warm up from the inside out with a tequila flight at El Centro.
Visit Tudor Place – where the son of the first mayor of Georgetown and the granddaughter of Martha Washington made their home.
Take in a free concert from the Georgetown University Music Program’s Friday Music Series on select Fridays at 1:15 p.m. in McNeir Hall, on Georgetown’s main campus.
Get a chill on a Georgetown Ghost Tour from DC by Foot, now operating on Fridays through the winter season.
Rent a pair of wheels from Big Wheel Bikes and enjoy exploring the neighborhood without breaking a sweat.
Put together a holiday feast from the culinary delights at Dean & Deluca.
Enjoy some indoor sporting with bowling and bocce at Pinstripes (opening January 2014).
Gallery hop on Book Hill and stop in to Patisserie Poupon for a pastry and a latte.
Pair a seasonal brew with a pizza at Pizzeria Paradiso.
Climb the infamous exorcist steps (but watch your steps!)
Update your look with a private styling session at Lost Boys Black Room.
Go local at the Four Season’s new Eno Wine Room. From the charcuterie and the cheese to the chocolate (and of course the wine) they source many items locally.
Cozy up to a cup of tea at Ching Ching Cha. While you’re there check out the selection of loose leaf teas, tea wares and accessories, and other gift items.
Visit Dumbarton House to learn more about early Washington history and Federal Style architecture. Then ask them about how the house was moved 100 feet in 1915.
Stop in to the Georgetown public library to check out a book or just check out the beautiful interior.