Penn Quarter & Chinatown

Discover Penn Quarter & Chinatown, the neighborhood of sports, eateries and theaters.

Visiting the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC

What and where is the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery? Painting a picture of the many influential people throughout America’s history, the National Portrait Gallery is a must-see for pop culture fans, history buffs and art lovers alike. From activists and actors to presidents and poets, the...

@richasharma284 - National Portrait Gallery - Museums in Washington, DC
Visiting the National Archives Building & Museum in Washington, DC

What and where is the National Archives Building & Museum? The National Archives & Records Administration Building and Museum is located on Constitution Avenue NW, between 7th and 9th Streets, just north of the National Mall . The building houses both a museum and the National Archives and...

National Archives Building and Museum - Free Washington, DC Museum with Constitution, Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights
7 Reasons to Attend a Washington Capitals Hockey Game

Attending a Washington Capitals game is a time-honored tradition in DC's Penn Quarter/Chinatown neighborhood . Thousands of fans flock to the Capital One Arena 41 times between October and April, rocking the red to root on the Caps. In 2018, the team won the first Stanley Cup in the franchise's 44-...

Washington Capitals Hockey Game at Capital One Arena - Professional Sports in Washington, DC
The Best Places to Eat in Penn Quarter & Chinatown

A cool collection of museums, theaters, restaurants, retail and the Capital One Arena —which is home to the Washington Capitals, Wizards and Mystics when it’s not hosting an all-star lineup of concerts—make Penn Quarter and Chinatown one of the city’s most engaging entertainment districts...

Brunch at Zaytinya by José Andrés - Bib Gourmand Michelin Restaurant in Chinatown Washington, DC
12 Things to See & Do in Penn Quarter & Chinatown

Sports and entertainment destination. Museum-hopping paradise. Shopping mecca. Penn Quarter & Chinatown is one of DC’s most varied neighborhoods, in an energetic, go-all-day-and-night way. Venture here and you’ll encounter a vibrant urban hub. Don’t be surprised when you step off the Metro and...

Luce Unplugged at the Luce Foundation Center for American Art - Washington, DC
Here's Why You Should Visit the Newseum Before It Closes on Dec. 31, 2019

Among DC’s extraordinary museums, the Newseum is the only one dedicated to the First Amendment. Earlier this year, the museum announced that it’s closing on Dec. 31, 2019, so if you haven’t been yet, want to go again or simply want to show your support, there’s no better time. One more hot scoop:...

Newseum exterior at sunset - Museums in Washington, DC
5 Reasons to Attend a Washington Wizards Basketball Game

The Washington Wizards are one of the hottest tickets in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Their DC fan base is ready for another exciting season in 2019-2020, as the Wizards will look to make their fifth playoff appearance in seven years. Here are our favorite reasons to check out Wizards...

Washington Wizards Basketball Game at Capital One Arena - Professional Basketball in Washington, DC
Can I Tour FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC?

Seeing the J. Edgar Hoover Building, or FBI HQ (as some in the know might call it), is a pretty great way to experience the increasingly important work the FBI does to protect this city – and this country. You must arrange your visit through your Congressional office. Visit this website to find out...

Everything You Need to Know About DC's Downtown Holiday Market

Where is the Downtown Holiday Market? What’s nearby? Located at 8th and F Streets NW, the Downtown Holiday Market holds down the area in front of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery . Now in its 15th year, its bright lights bring Penn Quarter and Chinatown to life,...

Holiday Shopping at the Downtown Holiday Market - Christmas and Holiday Market in Washington, DC