Things To Do
Hilton Washington DC National Mall is perfectly located for exploring all the Washington DC area has to offer. Just steps from our front door is L’Enfant Plaza, showcasing an outdoor square and over 40 shops and restaurants. It’s a short stroll to the National Mall to visit our nation’s most popular memorials, one block to The Wharf - a mile-long section of dining, shopping, and activity along the Potomac River - and a 15-minute walk to Capitol Hill.
Step into history at the incredible attractions within a mile of the hotel including the National Air and Space Museum, the National Gallery of Art, the Smithsonian Castle, and the Newseum.
Ride the DC Circulator for free - The EM-LP route (Eastern Market — L’Enfant Plaza) picks up right in front of the hotel and will take you to popular destinations like the Waterfront, the Navy Yard/Ballpark & Eastern Market. The bus runs weekdays 6am-9pm, weekends 7am-9pm, with special service on Nationals & DC United game days. www.dccirculator.com
Access the Wharf via the free Southwest Shuttle. The Wharf offers a SW Neighborhood Shuttle that is free and open to the public. Daily service until 11:30 pm, Monday-Thursdau and 1:00 am on Friday and Saturday, departs every 10 minutes.
On the move? It’s a quick elevator ride from our hotel down to L’Enfant Metro Station, DC’s largest subway station, letting you connect easily and conveniently to greater DC.
In and around Town
United States Capitol, home of the United States Congress & legislative branch of the U.S. government.U.S. Capitol
International Spy Museum provides an unique glimpse into the innovative world of Spy’s old & new.Spy Museum
The Wharf District
The Wharf is re-establishing DC with a mile-long stretch as a waterfront city and destination.The Wharf District
A group of museums and research centers first established in 1846, all a short walk away.Smithsonian
Best known for the many Memorials, this massive park should be on top of any Washington DC visit.National Mall
Museum of the Bible
Offers visitors an immersive way to explore the history, narrative, and impact of the Bible.Museum of the Bible
Baseball Park located in the Navy Yard neighborhood. Home to the Washington Nationals Team.Nationals Park
Memorial to honor the 16 million who served in the U.S. armed forces, and more than 400,000 who died.WWII Memorial
The White House is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States.White House
Home to many of DC professional teams. 20,000-seat arena with world-class events, concerts and more.Verizon Center
Museum of African Art
Special exhibitions, as well as permanent collections, to teach visitors how to look at African art.Museum of African Art
Cherry Blossom Festival
Celebrate spring with the National Cherry Blossom Festival, a must-see for all ages.Cherry Blossom Festival