Here’s five fun ways to spend your weekend:
Take A Tiki Cruise On The Potomac
The people who brought you the Potomac Paddle Club just launched the Potomac Tiki Club in Georgetown! Groups of 8-18 can set sail on the Potomac for a 90 minute cruise, taking in the sights and having a drink. The tiki cruise offers an assortment of alcoholic beverages for purchase on board, and you can bring your own bottle of wine or champagne for an $8 uncorking fee. Light snacks are also available for purchase, but the cruise is BYOF (bring your own food). You can join this weekend’s waiting list, or schedule for an upcoming weekend, here!
Enjoy A Drink And Warm Weather At One Of These Rooftop Bars
It’s officially rooftop bar season, and we’re loving it, especially when it comes with a side of gorgeous city views! From wonderful waterfront enclaves to leafy paradises, these 10 D.C. rooftops have it all!
Visit These Century-Old Gardens
Somewhere in between Woodland Park and Cleveland Park lie 20 acres of secret gardens, meadows, and ponds known as the Tregaron Conservancy. The estate, which has been around for more than a century, was once home to the D.C. elite. Now it’s a spectacular hidden spot to offer a break away from D.C. life without even leaving the city!
Experience The Immersive Van Gogh Experience
The outstanding immersive Van Gogh exhibit has seen a magnitude of success across the world. The exhibition showcases the prolific artwork of Vincent Van Gogh in a venue that is completely transformed and reimagined before your eyes, taking you into Van Gogh’s mesmerizing world of his most famous works. Buy tickets here!
Go For A Hike At One Of These Local Favorites
Exploring the great outdoors has become a new socially-distant favorite for many of us. With so many beautiful places around the District how could it not, right? That’s why we’ve come up with 10 stunning trails to hike in and around D.C. and explore the local wilderness.