A bottling party should be a DC right of passage IMHO. Sign up for Green Hat Gin’s newsletter to learn about upcoming bottling parties. If your witty email wins you a spot, you can look forward to a few hours learning how Green Hat bottles, labels, and packages their gin. Be sure to eat a hearty meal beforehand as gin drinks will be served as payment for your labors throughout the session. Each party ends with a tasting of Green Hat’s finest gin.
Looking to pick up some top secret military tips? Good luck, but if you’re interested in seeing the headquarters of our America’s Department of Defense and our armed services, take the trip to the Pentagon for an hour-long tour. Tours are publicly available by request only, and there's no public parking, so public transit's the best move, but the tours are free.
Witness our country’s top notch musical talent perform on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage, which offers free shows just about every single day at 6pm. Recent and upcoming performances have included a Paraguayan harpist, a dance troupe from the Amazonas region of Brazil, and singer-songwriters.
Venture to Arlington to access this Potomac island and walk its 1 1/2-mile trail. If you have a furry four-legged friend, they’re welcome to accompany you on a leash.
Get your Michelangelo on and take a free sketching class at the American Art Museum. Classes are held every Tuesday at 2:30pm and drawing materials are provided. No experience or reservations necessary.