Tours in Cleveland Park


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  • Mangia DC Food Tours
    Mangia DC Food Tours takes its name from the Italian interjection, "Mangia!", which roughly translates to both "Eat!" and "Enjoy!" It's fitting, then, that the company's signature tour focuses on Italian food, especially restaurants near historic Dupont Circle. In addition to visiting eateries and sampling foods, the tour includes insights into other hidden gems found throughout the neighborhood.
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    3430 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Hillwood Museum and Gardens
    Perhaps Marjorie Merriweather Post was just a natural entertainer. When she purchased Hillwood in 1955, she opened it to the public—but only after decorating it with a comprehensive collection of Russian Imperial and French decorative art, and commissioning a 25-acre landscape with rose gardens, a French parterre, and a greenhouse.
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    4155 Linnean Ave NW
    Washington, DC US
  • CapitolCity DC Tours and Events
    Since its first tour of local landmarks in District of Columbia, CapitolCity DC Tours, LLC. has chaperoned visitors and the city's own curious residents on motor-coach and walking tours of the city. Dozens of available tours bring to life the history of the notable and little-known local neighborhoods and historic buildings that occupy the Washington DC's celebrated acreage. Licensed tour guides lead outings in seven languages, such as Mandarin, Spanish, and Italian, to make it easier for all to take in the city's breadth of historic, architectural, and municipal themes. Depending on the tour, some stops may include informative jaunts to the White House and the National Mall?places that evoke American ideals and where British tyranny in the form of unjust taxation and irresistible Phil Collins ballads were once publicly denounced.
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    2651 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Washington Photo Safari
    French-trained photographer E. David Luria loves many subjects, but he directs most of his attention toward Washington, DC's historic architecture. His images, which lovingly depict the city's landmarks, have been published in Time magazine as well as several local Washington papers. Luria teaches tricks of his trade privately for the Smithsonian Resident Associates Program, but also through Washington Photo Safari's tours. Luria, along with a team of 11 other instructors?many experienced independent photographers and photojournalists?shepherd small groups through the capital's streets, gardens, and halls while teaching them photographic techniques. These include how to use selective focus, control F-stops and shutter speeds, and remove vampires from pictures taken at night. They then help participants practice these skills on expeditions through buildings such as the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington National Cathedral, and the National Building Museum. More seasonal tours let guests document the short-lived cherry blossom season, challenging them to capture striking tableaus of the pink petals from land or water. They also teach composition among the verdant garden landscapes and elegant buildings at Hillwood Gardens and the US Botanic Garden to foster tourists? appreciation for nature and their ability to heckle squirrels.
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    4545 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Dumbarton Oaks
    These stunning gardens, designed by Beatrix Farrand, are a popular urban oasis, especially when the fragrant cherry blossoms are in full bloom. In fact, National Geographic was so smitten with them, it named them among the Top 10 Gardens in the world. Meanwhile, inside the museum, a brilliant collection explores Byzantine and pre-Columbian art, including illuminated manuscripts, Eucharistic vessels, and Mayan stonework.
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    1703 32nd St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • United Social Sports
    United Social Sports brings people together to socialize and showcase their hand-eye coordination through social sport leagues and events. Free agents or team-sized groups register for the organization?s casual coed leagues dedicated to traditional sports such as softball and volleyball as well as carnival games such as cornhole and skee-ball. Each league hosts 6?8 weekly matches, which culminate in a final tournament and an end-of-season party?much like youth-sports leagues, but with postgame drink specials.
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    2471 18th Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US

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