Believe it or not, there was once a storybook park just outside of D.C. that captured all of the magic from nursery rhymes heard during childhood. Step back into the wonders of childhood at Clark’s Elioak Farm, where you too can walk through the Enchanted Forest.
Looking for a feast of treats fit for a king? Well, look no further than Baked and Wired. Georgetown is known for its fantastic foods, and this place is no different. Cakes, pies, cookies and more are all lined up and encased in glass holders. Fancy treats, fancy eats!
Get a taste of adventure at the only indoor race track just outside of D.C. The Autobahn offers single seat go carts and Grand Prix style tracks, and speeds up to 50 mph! It’s the place to be for thrill seekers.
Shake it up! Roll the dice! Double down, hit twice! Live the the life at Maryland Live Casino! Sure, it’s up the beltway, but it’s worth the trip! Enjoy good music, good food, and grown-up fun! It’s one of the best kept secrets in the area, and it’s open 24/7!
A ghastly sighting in the White House. The sound of clinking chains outside of the FAA building, and a host of other scary sites. Take a tour on the other side and see which citizens from the past refuse to leave the District.
Is it a warehouse or a market? A farmer’s market or a flea market? Union Market is an adventure in taste. With 40 vendors unique to the area, it is easy to get lost in a sea of food one bite at a time!
Looking to see something…scandalous?? Why not try Barenaked Comedy, a place where you can look as you laugh and have a good time. So, if you need an eyeful of something tempting, make Barenaked the place to be.
Weird, odd, sophisticated and Washingtonian is the best way to describe this boutique. Not only does it have snacks, but it has odds and ends, toys and all kinds of stuff for those who need a break from the monotony of D.C.’s typical boutiques.
On the Virginia side of the Potomac, and nestled behind multi-million dollar homes, you’ll find Great Falls National Park. Worth the short drive or cab, here you’ll find hiking paths, large rock walls perfect for climbing, and plenty of “don’t climb the rocks” signs to ignore. Taking a left after the first viewing point and doing some rock scrambling brings you to some up-close rock perches from which to view the waterfalls.
An adorably decorated Korean bakery right next to a Korean BBQ. The cupcakes are too adorable to eat. Great bingsoo, bubble tea, and pastries.