LUXbnb Blog

09/10/2019
Washington DC Activities

3 Unusual DC Activities & Attractions

bizcor Share

For so many travelers, a trip to Washington DC is an experience immersed in history, politics, art, and culture. The Nation’s Capital is packed with landmarks, monuments, and architecture that speak to profound moments in history and are well worth a visit. Whether you can’t wait for a close encounter with the Lincoln Memorial or have your heart set on strolling along the National Mall, Washington DC is a city that is sure to inspire. However, beyond its many iconic stops, Washington DC is also a vacation destination with some

Views 59
Read more
08/21/2019
Washington DC Activities

Your Washington DC Labor Day Weekend Trip

bizcor Share

Let us help you plan an enriching visit to the Nation’s Capital for the Labor Day weekend. Washington DC offers up an exciting array of free Washington DC Labor Day events and opportunities, making it a memorable trip for everyone. Enjoy a Washington DC Labor Day Concert Whether you’re a music lover or just looking for a one-of-a-kind event, you’ll want to mark the calendar for the National Symphony Orchestra’s Labor Day concert. This annual event takes place on September 1st beginning at 1:00 pm on the west lawn of

Views 82
Read more
07/11/2019
Washington DC Attractions

Places to Eat in Washington DC for a Cool Treat to Beat the Summer Heat

bizcor Share

Take a break from visiting the impressive museums and monuments in Washington DC to cool off with unique ice creams. There is a variety of local shops in the area that serve up delicious treats that will keep you cool even on the warmest days of summer. Here are the places in Washington DC you need to check out: Places in Washington DC – Ice Cream Jubilee Relax in the unique Ice Cream Jubilee parlor that features all-natural ice cream and unique sorbet flavors. Pile on the scoops high for

Views 100
Read more
05/8/2019
Washington DC Attractions

Your Complete Family Guide to Washington DC

bizcor Share

If you think Washington DC is not the ideal destination for a family vacation, you do not know what is waiting for you. Our capital is filled with unique, family-friendly attractions that will serve as your host to exciting days exploring the city. Here is your guide to having the perfect Washington DC family vacation: Visit the National Museum of Natural History We have all been to our local museums, enjoying rotating exhibits that showcase our past and future, but your children have never experienced a museum quite like the

Views 142
Read more
05/2/2019
Washington DC Attractions

5 Rooftop Restaurants in Washington DC to Check Out

bizcor Share

Exploring the rich history of Washington, DC is sure to create a significant appetite. The city is sprawling with miles of walkable terrain that lets you see giant monuments to historical neighborhoods. When looking to find the perfect place to settle down and eat, we recommend you try out one of the several rooftop restaurants in Washington DC currently open. Best Rooftop Restaurants in Washington DC – El Techo You will find vibrant scenery and green turf atop of the local favorite El Techo. Enjoy some of the most creative

Views 136
Read more
11/20/2018
Washington DC Attractions

The 3 Best Attractions in DC You Don’t Want to Miss

bizcor Share

All around Washington D.C. you can find educational yet entertaining museum exhibits that frequently rotate out with the seasons. Summer has finally come to a close and autumn has taken shape, but museum exhibits remain amongst the best attractions in DC. Here are three autumn museum exhibits you cannot miss out on during your travels through Washington D.C. Recent Acquisitions at the National Portrait Gallery While not a traditional museum, the National Portrait Gallery is a prime example of showcasing the history of our country through beautifully created portraits of

Views 148
Read more
11/20/2018
Washington DC Attractions

Guide to Visiting the Martin Luther King Monument

bizcor Share

A trip to Washington D.C. provides opportunities for travelers to explore the rich history of the United States. Hundreds of national monuments and memorials are located right in the District of Columbia that are easy to navigate through and provide some of the best attractions in Washington D.C. Many of these monuments have been on display for decades—some for over 100 years. One of the more recently debuted monuments is the Martin Luther King Monument. This soon to be historic monument was first unveiled to the public on August 22,

Views 199
Read more
09/12/2018
Washington DC Attractions

Smithsonian American Art Museum

bizcor Share

Housing the largest collection of art created in the United States from the colonial period to modern day, the Smithsonian American Art Museum is dedicated to collecting, understanding, and sharing American art. One of the internationally acclaimed Smithsonian museums, it shares the iconic Old Patent Office Building with the National Portrait Gallery. Within its halls and exhibition chambers more than 7,000 artists’ creations are on display, covering all regions and art movements in our nation’s history (including contemporary pieces). Free to the public, the museum is open from 11:30am to

Views 153
Read more
07/31/2018
Washington DC Attractions

The Kennedy Center Presents: Hamilton by Lin Manuel Miranda

bizcor Share

This summer, Washington, D.C. welcomes the revolutionary, inventive, ground-breaking, entertaining, and in-every-other-way superlative cast of Hamilton as they bring their incredible talents to the Kennedy Center for a run of performances through September 16. See what enthralled audiences around the country have raved about and take an incredible journey through our nation’s history as Lin Manuel-Miranda’s record-setting play uses hip-hop, soul, and R&B to tell the story of Alexander Hamilton and our nation’s Founding Fathers. The Play is the Thing Since its debut in February 2015 on Broadway, Hamilton has

Views 227
Read more
04/25/2018
Washington DC Attractions

Experience the Cherry Blossom Festival here in Washington DC

admin Share

There is no more famous rite of spring than the annual blooming of the cherry trees along the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C. This year more than 700,000 visitors will descend on the nation’s capital to witness the vibrant blossoms as they herald the coming of spring and kick off the month-long National Cherry Blossom Festival (March 17-April 15). Welcome Party The festival kicks off with the Pink Tie Party on March 15, followed by the opening of the Tidal Basin Welcome Area and Performance Stage on March 17. The

Views 307
Read more