Many things to do and see in Washington D.C. this July
Average temperature low and high: 68°- 89°
While the peak of summer is July, Washington D.C. provides warm weather but cool nights in which you can enjoy any number of activities. Whether it’s wandering in one of the many parks, visiting one of the many historical sites or museums, or simply grabbing a drink in any of D.C.’s fine establishments, Washington D.C. will have you covered.
Award-winning and multi-platinum artist The Weeknd will perform live at the Capital One Arena. Touring in support of his most recent album, Afterhours, The Weeknd is among the most popular and critically acclaimed musicians working today. Don’t miss it.
Celebrate Independence Day in the Nation’s Capital
4 Jul, 2021
As you might expect, Washington D.C. pulls out all the stops when it comes to celebrating the 4th of July. This year will prove no different. There will be many celebrations and events across the city, but the most spectacular will undoubtedly be the fireworks. Stake out a seat on the National Mall, or reserve a spot on one of the river cruises to see fireworks light up the sky across the District of Columbia.
Constructed in 1996, the MGM National Harbor is a hotel and casino located 20 minutes from Washington D.C.. The complex also features shopping, entertainment, a spa and salon, and an art gallery featuring works from prominent DC area artists.
Once the center of colonial life in Alexandria, the Waterfront has become a popular place for locals and tourists alike. Located just outside Washington D.C., the Waterfront is an essential locale for a fun day along the water and for exceptional dining.