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FOUR THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND IN WASHINGTON, DC

St. Patrick’s Day is coming up and capital is about to roar to life. Better yet, spring is in the air, promising warm weather and warmer company.

Here’s a short list of the best events, festivals and more that’s going on this weekend in DC.

  1. St. Patrick’s Day Weekend Bash at Wunter Garten

Nestled just a block away from the red line in the NOMA neighborhood, this weekend will feature a three-day-long St. Patrick’s bash with green beer, live bands, lots of drink specials and giveaways. Show off your “Irish charm” at the Garten, or just take this great excuse to wear your fuzzy green top hat.

  1. St. Patrick’s Party feat. Scythian

Drop in to Union Stage on The Wharf to check out this amazing and energetic band on Saturday night. Based in Washington DC, this Celtic group plays shows known for getting the whole crowd jumping, dancing around, and enjoying themselves.

  1. The International Spy Museum

It used to be in downtown DC, but now it’s at a brand-new facility at L’Enfant Plaza near the Southwest Waterfront. The International Spy Museum has doubled its size, and it offers a state-of-the-art experience that will easily fill the whole day. Great for kids, dads, and anyone who loves James Bond movies.

  1. Take A Guided City Tour

If you live in DC, you know that history’s all around you, but do you know what all of it means? Now’s your chance. Avoid the crowds in style with a guided DC bus tour, check out some awesome monuments inside and outside the city, and have a once-in-a-lifetime experience learning about American heroes from the comfort of a climate-controlled coach or an open-air double-decker bus.

Thinking of getting a group together to explore the most moving memorials in the nation first-hand? Why not try a DC Trails bus tour. All busses are equipped with washrooms, power outlets, and WI-FI, and there’s no more comprehensive way to see all the capital has to offer.

Explore Washington with DC Trails

Book a tour or request a charter trip with DC Trails today. Contact us at 703-360-2800 to discover DC in a fun way.