A destination unlike any other in the D.C. region, National Harbor offers boutique shopping, al fresco, riverside dining and business networking on the banks of the historic Potomac River. Located just south of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, this 350-acre waterfront district sits just eight miles from the nation’s capital. Whether you’re networking by the picturesque Potomac, enjoying a cocktail dockside or browsing the boutiques, you’ll find something for you at the Harbor.
Washington, D.C’s eclectic downtown, world-class museums, monuments, exciting cuisine and vibrant nightlife ensure that there’s something here for everyone. Talk a walk up Massachusetts Avenue and marvel at the stunning architecture of embassies from around the world. For an awe-inspiring aerial view, make a stop at the Old Post Office Pavilion on Pennsylvania and enjoy the vista from the top of the 315-ft clock tower. Hungry? Catch the newest trend in dining with a fleet of independent kitchens on wheels serving global food all day.
Old Town Alexandria
With more than 250 years of history Old Town Alexandria combines a rich heritage of colonial charm with the best in modern fun and recreation. Take a water-taxi across the Harbor to enjoy brick-paved streets, 18th and 19th century architecture, eclectic shopping, and one of the USA’s oldest market squares. Alexandria’s innovative and award-winning restaurants will make this a special excursion.