Washington DC Parks
From vintage carousels to world-renowned museums, D.C. offers something for every family. We’ve mapped our 30 top picks.
Sit back, relax, and soak up the sun in these 20 secret gardens, parks, and green spaces in Washington, D.C.
Where to honor U.S. veterans and military members in and around the nation’s capital.
The $225,000 grant must be matched with private funds.
The Pope Branch Trail is the first unpaved trail managed by the city.
A public meeting on a required environmental review is set for November 7.
The foundation is backed by a variety of local businesses.
The rules would have increased barriers to demonstrating along the National Mall.
The popular basin and surrounding cherry trees face danger from rising sea levels.
Federal planning commissioners endorsed the memorial this week.
The road will be accessible around noon September 27, the National Park Service says.
Officials will hold a meeting about the highly anticipated project next week.
The monument is open again after being closed for upgrades since 2016.
The display celebrates the relationship between the U.S. and Poland.
The District is looking for a contractor to complete the $13 million project.
A ribbon cutting with local and federal officials is planned for September 12.
The Klingle Valley Trail shuts down September 3.
Red, white, and zoo
The only catch? Registration for the event is already closed
The trail will receive design changes expected to be completed in November
But some of the pools will stay open through Labor Day
New legislation by D.C.’s congressional delegate would make the addition
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton proposes a congressional bill to relocate the statue
The federal agency recently agreed to meet each quarter with locals
City planners are accepting pitches for pop-up designs
The one-acre site is located at North Capitol Street and N Street NE
The display will mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing