Wander and Taste – Foodies Tours in WDC

Food tours are one of the most fun way to get to know a city. A combination of a guided tour and a coordinator that save the hassle to search for a great place to eat as well as take you to the local, fine dinning options. Here is a list of some food tours Read more…

Things To Do in WDC on Weekdays After 5 PM

After 5 PM, DC is changing its pace when museums and offices are closing for the day. However, there are still many things to do during the afternoon and after dark, that will surprise you. So, if you are visiting the city for a conference or working through the day and would like to do Read more…

Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment with Special Exhibitions in DC in 2019-2020

One of the most important events in the American women’s history is approaching – the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the American constitution. On August 26th, 2020, the nation will celebrate the amendment that eliminated the prohibition of voting rights based on sex and gave American women the right to Read more…

Monuments in Washington, DC Itinerary

The monuments in Washington, D.C are one of the main reasons to visit the capital of the United States of America. It is something unique only to DC. Key events and leaders in American history are commemorated in the beautiful environment of the National Mall, Tidal Basin, and the nearby Potomac River. Download a pdf Read more…

A Day Trip Following the Suffragist Movement Presence in DC

The freedom and the options that are so obvious to us in the present were not the reality for our female ancestors, and in the middle of the 19th century, they have started a journey to gain women the right to vote and for equal rights. Actions of the suffragist movement happened in many places Read more…

#MadeByWomen Murals Around DC

Like many cities around the world, so does Washington, DC embrace commissioned murals in growing numbers, a means to beautify the streets and encourage social media visibility to the city’s potential as a tourist destination. Unlike the masculine subculture of self-motivated graffiti, the institutionalized murals allow more visibility to female artists: without the fear of Read more…