| || Destination DC |
901 7th Street, NW, 4th Floor
Destination DC serves as the lead organization to successfully manage and market Washington, DC as a premier global convention, tourism and special events destination, with a special emphasis on the arts, cultural and historical communities.
| || Downtown DC BID |
1275 K Street, NW, Suite 1000
The DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) is a private non-profit organization that provides capital improvements, resources and research that keep the BID area clean, safe, economically and environmentally strong and accessible.
| || Ford's Theatre Society |
511 10th Street, NW
Ford's Theatre Society, where Abraham Lincoln's legacy lives. The site of Lincoln's assassination, Ford's Theatre offers museum exhibits, live theatre and immersive learning.
| || Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital |
1800 M St., NW (P.O. Box #33309)
The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital is the world's premier showcase of environmentally themed films. Since 1993 our mission has been to celebrate Earth and inspire understanding and stewardship of the environment through the power of film.
| || Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce |
910 17th Street, NW, Suite 1150
Founded in 1976, the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (formerly the Ibero American Chamber) is a membership driven organization that supports the economic development of the Washington, DC metropolitan region by facilitating the success of Latino and other minority-owned businesses and the communities they serve through networking, advocacy, education, and access to capital.
| || Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets |
9 Dupont Circle, NW
HDCMS' vision for the Dupont Circle commercial district is to create strong neighborhood identity, distinctive historic character, clean and well maintained public areas, a safe and attractive environment and a balance of small, independent businesses and national chains.
| || DC History Center |
801 K Street, NW
The Historical Society of Washington, D.C. tells the diverse stories of our nation's capital to a broad community of learners. We celebrate, preserve, and present everyday life in D.C. in the context of the nation's history.
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Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center
1529 Sixteenth Street, NW
The Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center (EDCJCC) aspires to be a dynamic institution, cultural destination, and welcoming center for Jewish and community connections in the nation's capital where individuals and families come together to enrich mind, body and soul.
| || The Indian Craft Shop, The (Part of DOI) |
Department of Interior - 1849 C Street, NW
The Where Guide says "The Department of the Interior may seem an unlikely destination for visitors, but those who venture inside are rewarded with a pleasant surprise. Tucked behind an unassuming doorway, The Indian Craft Shop has been connecting shoppers with handmade treasures by emerging and established Native American artists since 1938." .
| || IN Series |
1835 14th Street, NW
We work with D.C. artists and communities to create innovative theater grounded in opera and song. We reimagine these forms, folding in an expanding range of aesthetic and cultural traditions. We are committed to excellence, creativity, and accessibility to our shared, multifaceted musical heritage, as exemplified by our regular Latinx cultural programs..
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Capital Jewish Museum
1319 F Street, NW Suite 810
The new Capital Jewish Museum will connect diverse communities, inspire reflection and encourage visitors to act to create change. Opening in 2022.
| || National Building Museum |
401 F Street, NW
The National Building Museum educates, entertains, and engages people about the built environment and challenges them to advocate for a sustainable and equitable future.
Since it was created in 1980 through an act of Congress, theMuseum has transformed the public's understanding of the impact of architecture, engineering, landscape architecture, construction, planning, and design. Through exhibitions, educational programs, and special events that are designed to engage and inspire, we welcome visitors of all ages to experience stories about the built world and its power to shape our lives, our communities, and our future.
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National Caribbean-American Food & Foodways Alliance (NCAFFA)FFA
1510 Emerson Street NW
Promotes Caribbean food ways, culinary traditions and history. Members include food establishments, caterers, food producers, food related product producers, cookbook authors and persons with an interest in Caribbean foods and food ways.
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National Cherry Blossom Festival
275 K Street, NW, Suite 1000
Each year, the National Cherry Blossom Festival celebrates spring in Washington, DC, the gift of the cherry blossom trees, and the enduring friendship between the people of the United States and Japan. The Festival produces and coordinates daily events featuring diverse and creative programming promoting traditional and contemporary arts and culture, natural beauty, and community spirit.
| || Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History |
10th St. & Constitution Ave. NW
Consider the most visited museum in Washington DC, the NMNH is a must-see when you visit the city. Its collections tell the history of the planet and record the human interaction with its environment. Enjoy 145 million specimens and artifacts; learn about animals, plants, minerals, rocks; and attend online and in-person demonstrations and lectures. Plan your visit ahead; find more information here.