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- Talk about an added attraction, and I don't think many people either both to visit this incredible outdoor gallery...or they don't even know it exists. An amazing display of Henry Moore and Rodin sculptures is what I focused on, and more works by other sculptors as well...I was blown away.
Highly recommend.Written 4 February 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Been to DC several times and hadn’t been here so we tried it for lunch. So many food vendors of all types that we basically stopped at several places and shared many different things. Plenty of seating outside. It was fun to walk around that area and see other places as well.Written 26 November 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a good sized market with a variety of things. Fun to walk around and do some shopping. Fresh produce was great. Would recommend this location.Written 5 September 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- There are a number of shops, some below street level. The guys dishing our the product are colorful characters. Fun visit.Written 2 May 2020
- High end shopping 🛍️, with delicious eateries, such as fig and olive. Tons of coffee shops for break, and it’s very chic and picturesque, if shopping in DC this is one of my faves, next to Georgetown!Written 6 November 2022
- It definitely is not for everyone. I can imagine people feeling a bit dizy. We liked it but it's a bit overpriced for the time spent and the experience it gives
Cause we did the "date" tickets we got 2 glasses of sparkling wine and 2 cocktails, so with that and the experience the price is reasonable but still, after less than 70 minutes we were goneWritten 21 August 2022
- We visited this musuem during the January 2019 government shutdown-when the Smithsonians were closed and we didn't visit our usual haunts in DC. We were lucky-under other circumstances we would have missed this smaller, lovely museum. There was a wonderful special exhibit "Amazonagramas" by Roberto Huarcaya on the first floor and several permanent collections by 20th century artists on the upper level. We were able to leisurely and thoroughly enjoy the artists and architecture.Written 13 February 2019
- Fletcher's Boathouse is always a treat to visit for a day on the water. The staff is friendly and welcoming. Fletcher's Boathouse is a huge treasure for the DMV area. Highly recommended.Written 27 October 2022
- This was mildly disappointing. While I’m sure it’s big for DC it was pretty small in the grand scheme of things. There were some good vendors but also a lot of junk (as to be expected). If you’re in the market for vintage cookware or posters, check it out. Otherwise, skip.Written 7 August 2019
- Iconic D.C. institution. Hosts many famous VIP authors and public figures with their excellent in store lectures at this location and others. Excellent customer service. Support local bookstores. A D.C. gem.Written 2 January 2023
- Walked in and was greeted by the staff. There were multiple exhibits around different corners. Surprised to see so many mixed-media works.Written 22 October 2017
- This store, housed in an old historic home, is just a short walk from the Anacostia Community Museum. It houses art made by people from all over the world who are of African decent. The items aRe for sale and proceeds go to support women's industries in impoverished countries.Written 9 June 2013
- The Anacostia Arts Center is a community friendly with a blackbox theater, cafe, and meeting space. I recently visited for a playwright's musical showcase, and was impressed with the beautiful artwork by local artists and bright airy spaces. The shops have awesome local products, books, clothing and jewelry, and the owners are friendly and knowledgeable. Parking is available, but be sure to arrive in plenty of time to drive around to find a space. If you are planning a local arts event I would definitely recommend checking out the Anacostia Arts Center.Written 14 January 2019
- We live in DC. We enjoy visiting the Washington Printmakers Gallery that always has interesting exhibits. In April we saw a very good exhibit by the photographer, Bob Burgess. We recommend.Written 22 April 2019
- Deep art for the repaired Souls. alongside Capitol Hill it's very convenient for the community not far from Potomac Ave Station. More art for the SE community is needed. Thank u Boone!Written 9 September 2016
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