The Washington, D.C., Metro Area
The information on this page comes from www.washington.org, the Official Tourism Site of Washington, D.C.
Feature Neighborhood: Adams Morgan
One of Washington, D.C.'s most colorful neighborhoods, centered on 18th Street and Columbia Road, NW, Adams Morgan features an array of ethnic restaurants, boutiques, specialty stores and late-night entertainment, along with wonderful examples of late-19th- and early-20th-century rowhouses and apartment buildings.
This area has the largest display of expressive art in the city. As you walk the streets of this district, you will discover these colorful and evocative murals.
See all there is to see on the DC Circulator
With a name like that of an action hero, Washington, D.C.'s newest transportation solution has arrived on the scene, providing visitors and residents with quick, direct access to some of the most popular points in the city. Operating daily from 8a.m. until 9p.m., 29 red, white, black and yellow buses—with routes creatively painted across the side—are now connecting downtown Washington, D.C. with Georgetown, the Washington Convention Center and the Southwest Waterfront (across from the National Mall). The cost of a ticket is just $1, and riders can pay with Metro's cashless SmarTrip cards.
Interactive Maps of Washington
More than 1,000 hotels, restaurants, attractions and activities can be viewed while you zoom around our diverse city and region. Go ahead and dive right in to one of these three interactive area maps.