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To Do in the District

18Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site

511 10th St. NW

Tour the theater where John Wilkes Booth assassinated President Abraham Lincoln in 1865. Tickets for entry into the theater and accompanying museum can be purchased at the theater or reserved in advance by calling 800-982-2787.

Historic Mount Vernon

3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, Mount Vernon, VA

George Washington’s estate in northern Virginia. Accessible by taking the Metro Yellow line to Huntington and the Fairfax Connector bus from the Huntington Metro stop.

National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden

Along the National Mall, north of Constitution Avenue

Enjoy some sunshine and admire the beautiful flora and artwork of the Sculpture Garden.

Eastern Market

225 7th St. SE

Stock up on fresh produce and local crafts while taking in the historic Capitol Hill area at the District’s oldest continually operating public market.

Kreeger Museum

2401 Foxhall Rd. NW

Occupying five and a half acres of what was once a private estate, the Kreeger Museum’s collection encompasses a wide range of modern artwork.

National Mall and the Monuments

Between Constitution Avenue and 14th Street

Accessible by Metro

If you haven’t been there yet, go this summer before you lose your status as a true Hoya.

Kennedy Center Millennium Stage Performances

Grand Foyer of the Kennedy Center

Nightly at 6 p.m.

The Kennedy Center plays host to some of the finest performing artists who come to the District each year. Take advantage of this cultural gem by enjoying the free, no-ticket-required performances offered through the Millennium Stage series.

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