There are many beautiful places to visit in the US capital city and most of you may know only the most famous of all the attractions. Given below is a guide to some interesting things to do during your Washington DC tour.
Get in Touch with Nature at Rock Creek Park
Rock Creek Park is the best place to chill out. You can go for skating, running, biking, and horseback riding in this park, or explore the site of the Civil War battle and the old mill. The park also offers free guided tours, which is a great opportunity to learn about the history of the park’s surroundings. There is a planetarium at the western end of the park, where you can see several free events.
Jam at the 9.30 Club
The 9.30 Club is the place where many concerts and music shows are held. This club has state-of-the-art sound system and a good selection of microbrews too. Many renowned artists like the Noble prize winner, Bob Dylan, and famous singers like Adele have performed here. Upcoming shows to be held here include “Francis and the Lights” show on June 06 from 07:00 pm to 10:00 pm and “Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite” concert on June 13 from 07:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
Eat Out at Rose’s Luxury
You can taste every cuisine from the Southern to Jewish, Japanese, French, and Thai at this place. The Southern-style fried chicken doused with sesame seeds and drizzled with honey is moist, crisp, and very delicious, so make sure that you do not miss it. If you are with a large group, try the family-style smoked brisket, which is a warm and tender dish served on a literal silver platter.
Discover a Hidden Gem at Tregaron Conservancy
Even with an area of 20 acres, the Tregaron Conservancy remains a hidden gem in the heart of Washington DC. This non-profit conservancy owns and protects the site of a 100-year-old Neo-Georgian estate that was formerly known as ‘The Causeway’. Its surroundings include 13 acres of garden with ponds, meadows, trails, and streams. Visitors can roam around the conservancy free of charge.
Slurp Politely at Sakuramen
Sakuramen is the best place to go for all the ramen lovers and have delicious noodles. The owners of this restaurant take an inclusive approach to their dishes by blending flavors from Hong Kong, Japan, and American West Coast and East Coast. The best thing about these ramen is that no artificial ingredients are used in their preparation. You can order the mouth-watering Tonkotsu Red or Shoki Bowl, and if you are still not full, try the Korean bulgogi buns.