Art galleries meet bakeries and boutiques
Known for its antique stores, art galleries, independent boutiques and buttery croissants, this historic neighborhood centered on Wisconsin Avenue from O Street to Reservoir Road has a charming, European flair that beckons residents and visitors alike to shop, stroll, and stay a while. It’s also home to the Georgetown BID’s annual Georgetown French Market.
Those interested in local history shouldn’t miss the Peabody Room at the Georgetown branch of the DC Public Library. At neighboring Book Hill Park, you can take in a panoramic view of Georgetown, the Potomac River, and Virginia beyond.
25 Things to Do in Georgetown
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Kennedy Walking Tour
Retrace the homes & haunts of one of America’s most iconic couples, John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy.
African-American Heritage Trail
African Americans have lived, worked, and worshipped in Georgetown since its founding. Explore their history through Cultural Tourism DC.