InterContinental The Willard Washington D.C.
Welcome a delightful morning with a hearty breakfast at Café du Parc, featuring an abundant display of breakfast favorites. Energized, step out to discover Washington D.C.'s rich culture by wandering through the numerous museums. Explore extensive collections of historical artifacts and specimens at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, or discover the history of aviation at the National Air and Space Museum. Take a break beside the tranquil Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, looking out to the iconic Washington Monument standing tall on the opposite end. Be sure to visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the newest museum at the National Mall. When ready for lunch, head into the museum’s Sweet Home Café and feast upon the rich, contemporary cuisine rooted in African tradition.
After lunch, wander into Georgetown, the city's oldest neighborhood. Stroll through the waterfront and find yourself immersed in its charming culture. Explore the three famous historic house museums - Dumbarton Oaks, Dumbarton House, and Tudor Place, before heading into Book Hill section for gallery-hopping and trying a buttery croissant at one of the coffee shops. End your afternoon on a sweet note by visiting the renowned Georgetown Cupcakes for delicious gourmet cupcakes baked daily using the finest ingredients.
As evening falls, Washington D.C.'s vibrant nightlife comes alive. Choose from an array of restaurants from award-winning chefs for dinner. At the Concierge Desk, we are delighted to provide information about local restaurants, offer dining suggestions based upon your preferred cuisine and ambiance and make any reservations on your behalf. After dinner, stroll along the National Mall and experience the monuments at night. Wrap up the evening with a well-deserved nightcap at the hotel's stately Round Robin Bar.
The Franklin D Roosevelt Memorial is located along the famous Cherry Tree Walk on the western edge of the Tidal Basin near the National Mall.
This is the world's largest blue diamond and can be found at the Natural History Museum.They say this Diamond was originally stolen from an Idol in India.
Washington has the tallest stone monument in the world and it is located just minutes away from the Willard. The tickets are free and distributed to the Public the same day from 8am to 9am