Shopping

Shopping: Browse the shops, boutiques and malls of DC.

11 Places to Shop 'Til You Drop in Dupont Circle

Though neighboring Georgetown may get most of the hype when it comes to the shopping scene in Washington, DC the pretty run of Connecticut Avenue that comprises Dupont Circle has its fair share of cute boutiques and stylish shops, too. Here are 11 of our favorite places to browse.

Dupont Circle - Washington, DC
14 Things to Do This Weekend in Washington, DC

Friday Christkindlmarkt Heurich House Museum ’s famed Castle Garden will host the Christkindlmarkt this weekend of December. $10 admission ($2 for kids) gets you access to the arts and crafts-laden market that will feature an array of goods from more than 40 vendors. You’ll also be able to go...

Georgetown GLOW - Can't Miss Holiday Displays in Washington, DC
What Do I Need to Know About the Downtown Holiday Market?

Where is the Market? What’s nearby? Located at 8th and F Streets NW in downtown DC, the Downtown Holiday Market holds down the area in front of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery . At night, its bright lights bring Penn Quarter to life, providing a holiday spark to...

Downtown Holiday Market - Winter Holidays in Washington, DC
9 Things to See & Do in Adams Morgan

The diverse neighborhood of Adams Morgan is centered at the intersection of Columbia Road and 18th Street, sandwiched between U Street Corridor, Mount Pleasant, Kalorama, Dupont Circle, Columbia Heights, and Woodley Park. The area might be less than. 5 sq. miles, but there’s a lot for you to...

18th Street on Adams Morgan Day
9 Things to See & Do in Upper Northwest

Upper Northwest is where Washingtonians live and play. Leafy, livable neighborhoods including Glover Park, Tenleytown and Friendship Heights offer both tourist attractions like the National Cathedral and lures like bars, restaurants and shopping.

Washington National Cathedral Exterior
8 Farmers’ Markets You Should Visit in Washington, DC

Did you know there are about 200 farmers' markets in and around Washington, DC? Whether you are looking for local vegetables or prefer to catch a chef demo and score some samples, there’s something for everyone.

Farmers' Market Fresh Tomatoes - Washington, DC
8 Independently Owned Bookstores That Will Charm You in Washington, DC

Regularly ranked as one of the most literate cities in the nation, DC finds its brain fuel from a variety of new and used bookstores. During your visit, pass on the ebook for a $20 Penguin Classic or a first edition. Browse the shelves of these neighborhood nooks to find that one book you’ve been...

Kramerbooks
15 Indie Boutiques for Fabulous Local Finds

In need of seasonal wear, or something new and fresh to impress your significant other? You’re in luck, because the shopping inventory in the nation’s capital goes well beyond the standard name brands. Read up on some of our favorite indie boutiques below.

Hu's Shoes & Hu's Wear - Shopping in Georgetown - Washington, DC
Where to Shop in Washington, DC

Find a fresh new look for your home, sweetheart or self in DC. No matter where you are in the city, you’ve got options. Indie storefronts populate some of the hot new places to see and be seen, like 14th Street . Live out a Georgetown fantasy and browse its one-of-a-kind boutiques and design stores...

Holiday Shopping in Georgetown - Where to Shop in Washington, DC
Penn Quarter & Chinatown By Day & By Night

Venture into Penn Quarter & Chinatown and you’ll encounter a vibrant urban hub. Don’t be surprised when you step off the Metro and encounter a 60-foot high Chinese archway and bright neon lights. Visitors should expect plenty of foot traffic, elaborately dressed storefronts and energy-filled...

Chinatown Arch - Washington, DC