Tour Tudor Place for $1 During “Washington Dollar Days: Tour for a Buck”

From now until February 28, you can tour the 1816 Tudor Place home for just $1. This registered National Historic Landmark was lived in by six generations of a single family, and the home and gardens offer a fascinating look back into American history. During Washington Dollar Days: Tour for a Buck, you’ll pay $1 to explore the home with…

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Check Out Crafts by U.S. Artists at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum

The handiworks of American artists are always on full display at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, but only those that fall under the umbrella of crafting. The rich history of creating in the United States creates a colorful tapestry that spans the decades from the 19th century to the present day. Only a stone’s throw from the…

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Watch Two Magicians/Comedians Fight for First Place at The Magic Duel

Mark Phillips and Brian Curry both grew up loving magic. It was only a matter of time until fate brought them together—Phillips as the magic teacher and Curry as the pupil. After training under Phillips, Curry broke away to pursue a career as a magician on cruise ships and Phillips went on to become a corporate magician. But the duo…

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Don’t Miss the Outdoor Fun at Farragut Fridays

The 43-square-block area that stretches from Lafayette Park on the south all the way up to Logan Circle to the north is known locally as the Golden Triangle. Recently, this booming neighborhood’s business improvement district has worked to showcase the neighborhood’s 24-hour appeal by hosting Farragut Friday events. Events begin in the mid-morning and conclude late in the evening all…

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