25 Most Unexpected People in Georgetown
From Monica Lewinsky's former hairdresser to an Exorcist expert, an octogenarian ceramicist, and a former hip hop promoter turned sneakerhead entrepreneur, here are the surprising stories behind some of the most unique people in Georgetown.
9 Unexpected Spring Experiences
From Canal boat rides, to thought-provoking outdoor art, French festivals, waterfront parks, and new restaurants, cocktail bars, and cute boutiques, it’s time to emerge from your winter hibernation and branch out.
New Georgetown Restaurants & Retail
From an outdoor shipping container bar that spotlights local Black-owned restaurants to a curated retail collective, check out these new Georgetown shops and services that have opened since March 2020.
Head to Georgetown and hit the street. Then eat on it.
25 Things to Do in Georgetown
Georgetown's ultimate bucket list.
African-American Heritage Trail
African Americans have lived, worked, and worshipped in Georgetown since its founding. Explore their history through Cultural Tourism DC.
13 Things to Do in Book Hill
Spend a day in charming Book Hill - the historic neighborhood centered on Wisconsin Avenue from O Street to Reservoir Road - that's known for its antique stores, independent boutiques, and buttery croissants.
19 Things to Do with Kids in Georgetown
Free art classes, bike rides along the historic C&O Canal, fountain fun, and cupcakes at every turn.
Georgetown Murals & Public Art
Colorful, unique, Instagram-worthy backdrops bring extra life to these Georgetown bricks, buildings, and public spaces.
Georgetown Movie Sites
Georgetown has been a popular setting for many movies, from the iconic stairs in The Exorcist to the bar featured in St. Elmo’s Fire.
Kennedy Walking Tour
Retrace the homes & haunts of one of America’s most iconic couples, John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy.