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With new guidelines set to go into effect on May 21 and a full reopening of DC starting June 11, you can make summer plans for unforgettable experiences in the nation's capital. Check out the dozens of free things to do, including Smithsonian museums, the National Mall and an array of outdoor activities. Explore wondrous neighborhoods, a dining scene filled with Michelin-approved restaurants, rooftop bars and beer gardens and safe entertainment options, both indoors and outside. Get ready for an exciting summer in Washington, DC.
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Celebrate Washington, DC’s LGBTQ+ community from May 28 – June 30 with parades, brunch, virtual events and more.
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Nothing beats seeing the Independence Day fireworks against DC's skyline of monuments and memorials.
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Celebrate summer’s last big weekend with free events, outdoor activities and cultural experiences in the nation's capital.