With The St. Gregory Hotel as your home base, you’ll find a number of fascinating things to do in this historic neighborhood, including a vibrant restaurant and bar scene, groundbreaking cultural institutions, and high-end storefronts. Join locals in the morning around the Dupont Circle fountain with a cup of coffee and a good book, or spend an afternoon perusing The Phillips Collection, considered the nation’s earliest museum of modern art.
Just a short stroll down M Street is charming Georgetown, with cobblestone streets and 18th-century brick row homes. Further along the Potomac, find yourself within walking distance of the nation’s most famous landmarks and attractions, including the National Mall and Capitol Hill. Carve out time during your stay to visit the Lincoln Memorial, picnic along the Reflecting Pool, and explore the brand new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, before returning home to our boutique hotel in Dupont Circle.
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Throughout the month of May, Cultural Tourism DC puts on memorable Washington, DC experiences to help people learn about DC’s neighborhoods and history. Passport DC is a month-long event that highlights DC’s thriving international diplomatic community through a series of special events and programming across 70 embassies in town. Some of the more popular events that take place during Passport DC include the Around The World Embassy Tour, PorchFest DC, and the Embassy Chef Challenge. Last year, over a quarter-million people took to the embassy open houses, street festivals, exhibitions, workshops, and performances.
The annual Washington Cathedral Flower Mart returns this May, promising attendees a nice variety of attractions and eats. The day-long festival has the feeling of a fair with food provided by local chefs, children’s rides like a carousel, artisanal gifts sold by local vendors, and a brilliant collection of herbs and flowers to browse and purchase. This festival has been a fun and popular event on the grounds of the Cathedral since 1939, and it marks a sensory and vibrant celebration of the spring season.
The Washington Cathedral