Get ready for spooktacular fun!
Turn your fear of the forthcoming election into a much more fun fear of the fantastical to celebrate Halloween this weekend. Find ghostly tours, witches, haunted houses and hotels, spooky workouts and playlists, and celebratory events for kids and adults, both in-person and virtual.
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Guests check in at the iconic luxury hotel, but not all of them check out ...
Many hotels today have extras like in-room coffee makers, business centers and on-site dining. The historic Omni Shoreham in Woodley Park boasts all of this, plus a few extras, including a couple of ghosts.
At least, that's the story according to legend . . .
No tricks, just treats--we've done all the spooky planning for you!
Thanks to the pandemic, trick or treating in DC is cancelled this year, but the spirit of Halloween is still alive and well!
Between teaching the kids at home and non-stop Zoom calls, you have enough on your plate, so we've done all the funtivities planning for you.
Starting with spooky-themed pottery painting at All Fired Up and pumpkin treats at Firehook Bakery in Capitol Hill, we've curated a fun-filled day for you and the kiddos!
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Need more ideas for Halloween or just a regular weekday? Contact us to design a custom itinerary just for you!
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There are so many fascinating stories to uncover!
When planning vacation itineraries, graveyard visits may not be top of mind. But they are really open-air museums full of art and history and stories and nature. And sometimes you’ll find really creative nods to various lives among the headstones, too.
Congressional Cemetery in Southeast DC is a historic -- and still active -- 35-acre graveyard spanning more than 300 years. And despite its name, it’s a pretty lively place. The cemetery hosts several 5Ks, concerts, and outdoor movie nights, as well as a book club and yoga classes, and plenty of dogs and their owners frequent the grounds, too.
But despite its size and longtime history, Congressional Cemetery is a real hidden gem that many locals and tourists don't even know exists.
Get in the spirit!
From real-life haunted houses (allegedly) to fright night movie fests and watching the dead come alive to tell their ghoulish tales, Halloween events in DC offer something from everyone. We’ve rounded up a mix of frighteningly fun things to do that will get everyone in the Halloween spirit. Boo!
Look up, down, and all around. Adventures can be found everywhere -- if you're curious enough to look. k for it