The Washington metro area offers a range of cultural events and entertainment possibilities for every age and taste.
Museums, Theaters, Performance Venues
- Concert venues include Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, The Barns of Wolf Trap, Verizon Center, Jiffy Lube Pavilion, Eagle Bank Arena, Carter Baron Amphitheater, Merriweather Post Pavilion and Jammin Java.
- Art and history museums include the Smithsonian Institute Museums, Phillips Collection, Hirshorn, National Gallery of Art, Torpedo Factory, and hundreds of smaller galleries and museums
- Other nearby museums include the Newseum, International Spy Museum, Children’s Museum and the Museum of Crime and Punishment
- Plays, dance, operas, and orchestras can be enjoyed at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Warner, National, Folger, Ford, and Shakespeare Theaters in DC as well as First Stage, Signature Theater, Alden Theater, George Mason Univeristy’s Center for the Performing Arts, Capital One Hall, and others in Northern Virginia.
We have major league franchises including the Washington Football Team, the Nationals, Capitols, Wizards, Mystics, and DC United.