Autumn Guide: How to Make the Most of Fall in D.C. 🍁

What makes a concierge valuable? Knowing the best places to dine, the hottest shows to see and take the family to events that can only happen in Washington, D.C.

Photo Credit: Angela Haupt at The Washington Post

Photo Credit: Angela Haupt at The Washington Post

September kicked off with a 10-day launch of performances and fun at The REACH at the Kennedy Center, followed by the funny/poignant/adventurous DC Shorts Film Fest. And delicious dining from around the world at Taste of Georgetown.

Photo Credit: NHL.com

Photo Credit: NHL.com

October welcomes the Washington Capitals season face-off (bring home Sir Stanley again!),  a Snallygaster Beer Festival at Yards Park, the ever popular vanguard to Halloween: Boo at the (National) Zoo.

Photo Credit: National Children’s Museum

Photo Credit: National Children’s Museum

November isn’t just Thanksgiving – it’s for families with the grand opening of the National Children’s Museum, it’s for foodies at Smithsonian’s Food History Weekend, and for brown spirits history buffs at the George Washington Whiskey Festival at Mount Vernon.

Photo Credit: Georgetown GLOW DC

Photo Credit: Georgetown GLOW DC

It wouldn’t be December in Washington without The Nutcracker at The Warner Theater or Georgetown’s avant garde GLOW holiday light decoration pop up.  And for traditionalists:  National Christmas Tree Lighting  and the National Menorah Lighting celebrating the eight nights of Chanukah, all on the White House Ellipse.

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