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GALLERY 64 offers countless ways to satisfy your inner creative. The Rubell Museum is right at your doorstep and other iconic cultural attractions are just blocks away — from the National Gallery of Art to the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. GALLERY 64 has partnered with nearby Arena Stage to provide residents with preferred access, discounted tickets and opportunities for engagement with this iconic theatre company. Local art shines in many other forms when you live at our apartments near the Smithsonian — from music and food to theaters and festivals.


The Rubell museum presents exhibitions of works drawn from the Rubells’ unparalleled and ever-expanding collection of paintings, sculptures, photographs, videos, and site-specific work by American and international artists. Residents of Washington, DC will receive free admission to the museum, providing expanded opportunities for the wider community to engage in a dialogue with the artists of our times.

65 I Street SW, Washington, DC, 20024
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ARTECHOUSE team has dedicated the last decade to support the creation of groundbreaking experiential art, pushing the innovation of storytelling through the most advanced exhibition platform. We’ve invested in resources such as state-of-the-art technology, advanced design tools, unique architectural spaces and a team of passionate experts to create a permanent home where pioneering, technology-driven artists and creatives could experiment, develop and show their work to new audiences.

1238 Maryland Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024
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National Gallery of Art

The National Gallery of Art, founded as a gift to the nation, serves as a center of visual art, education, and culture. Their collection of more than 150,000 paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, photographs, prints, and drawings spans the history of Western art and showcases some of the triumphs of human creativity. Across 363 days a year, the National Gallery offers a full spectrum of special exhibitions and public programs free of charge.

3rd and 9th Streets at Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC, 20565
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National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery was authorized and founded by Congress in 1962 with the mission to acquire and display portraits of individuals who have made significant contributions to the history, development, and culture of the people of the United States. Today, the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery continues to narrate the multi-faceted and ever-changing story of America through the individuals who have shaped its culture. Through the visual arts, performing arts, and new media, the Portrait Gallery presents poets and presidents, visionaries and villains, actors and activists whose lives form our national identity.

8th St NW & G St NW, Washington, DC 20001
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Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Hirshhorn is a leading voice for contemporary art and culture and provides a national platform for the art and artists of our time. As one of the most visited modern art museums in the US, they seek to share the transformative power of modern and contemporary art by creating meaningful, personal experiences in which art, artists, audiences, and ideas converge. Through groundbreaking exhibitions, events, research, and acquisitions, the Hirshhorn create the space where people encounter the most important artists of the 21st century

Independence Ave SW &, 7th St SW, Washington, DC 20560
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Smithsonian American Art Museum

The nation’s first collection of American art offers an unparalleled record of the American experience, capturing the aspirations, character and imagination of the American people throughout three centuries. The museum is home to one of the largest and most inclusive collections of American art in the world, including works by such stylistically diverse luminaries as John Singleton Copley, Winslow Homer, and Georgia O’Keeffe, housed in one of the oldest public buildings constructed in early Washington.

G Street Northwest &, 8th St NW, Washington, DC 20004
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Renwick Gallery

Branch of the Smithsonian American Art Museum dedicated to exhibiting American contemporary craft, celebrating makers taking both innovative and time-honored approaches to their work. The Renwick Gallery is located steps from the White House in the heart of historic federal Washington. This National Historic Landmark was designed by architect James Renwick Jr. in 1858 and was the first building in the United States built specifically to be an art museum.

Pennsylvania Avenue at 17th Street NW Washington, DC 20006
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The Phillips Collection

Founded by art collector and philanthropist Duncan Phillips in 1921, The Phillips Collection has been collecting modern and contemporary art for one hundred years. Duncan Phillips’s former home—and additions to it—in Washington’s historic Dupont Circle neighborhood provides a unique setting for the growing collection of over 5,000 works. Following Phillips’s unconventional approach to exhibitions, The Phillips Collection galleries are frequently rearranged to facilitate new conversations between artworks and fresh experiences for visitors.

1600 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20009
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National Geographic Museum

With a wide range of changing exhibitions, the National Geographic Museum is an ideal destination for curious people of all ages. Visitors from across the globe are welcome to come experience the work of National Geographic through engaging, dynamic exhibitions featuring everything from iconic photography and world-famous artifacts to interactive learning stations and behind-the-scenes stories.

1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036
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National Museum of African American History

The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, history, and culture. It was established by an Act of Congress in 2003, following decades of efforts to promote and highlight the contributions of African Americans.

1400 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560
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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

The John F. Kennedy Center is a living memorial to President John F. Kennedy, designated by an Act of Congress in 1964. The Kennedy Center presents classical and contemporary music, opera, drama, dance, and other performing arts from the United States and other countries.

2700 F St NW, Washington, DC 20566
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Arena Stage

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater, under the leadership of Artistic Director Molly Smith and Executive Producer Edgar Dobie, is a national center dedicated to American voices and artists. Arena Stage produces plays of all that is passionate, profound, deep and dangerous in the American spirit, and presents diverse and groundbreaking work from some of the best artists around the country.

1101 6th St SW, Washington, DC 20024
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Warner Theatre

When the Warner Theatre opened in 1924, it was hailed as a building of beauty, featuring a spectacular marble and gold leaf lobby and large auditorium complete with gold leaf ceilings and chandeliers. Today, having undergone a $10 million restoration, the Warner is host to a variety of Broadway productions, comedy, dance, film, and music concerts.

513 13th St NW, Washington, DC 20004
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Shakespeare Theatre Company

For more than 30 years the Shakespeare Theatre Company has dedicated itself to being the nation’s premier classic theatre. By focusing on works with profound themes, complex characters and heightened language written by Shakespeare, his contemporaries and those playwrights he influenced, STC’s artistic mission is unique among regional theatres: to bring to vibrant life groundbreaking, thought-provoking and eminently accessible classic theatre in a uniquely American style.

610 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004
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National Theatre DC

Located on Pennsylvania Avenue near the White House, The National Theatre opened in 1835 and is the nation’s oldest venue still presenting touring Broadway.

1321 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20004
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Atlas Performing Arts Center

The Atlas Performing Arts Center is a non-profit performing arts venue in a historic theater. We’re the cultural anchor of the H Street, Northeast community in Washington, DC. The Atlas fosters and presents stellar art in film, dance, music, theater, vocal and choral work, spoken word, and beyond.

1333 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002
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Studio Theatre

Now in its 41st season, Studio has carved out a distinctive place for itself by investing in excellence up close and by producing plays of big ideas on a human scale—plays that challenge assumptions, spark conversations, and offer both surprise and connection. Over its four decades, Studio has produced an eclectic mix of works that reflect the contemporary world, offering a repertoire of provocative new and contemporary writing from around the world and inventive stagings of contemporary classics.

1501 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005
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Culture House

A premiere destination for events and a collective of creatives, Culture House is dedicated to shining a spotlight on — and creating space for — arts and culture. Culture House exhibits an array of artistic mediums, curates community-based programming, and hosts the area’s coolest weddings and special occasions elevating Washington DC as a vibrant destination and District of Culture

700 Delaware Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024
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Hamiltonian Gallery

A tiny gallery on U Street, this space has a unique collection of modern art focused on Hamiltonian artist fellows just starting out in their careers, meaning you could be seeing the work of the next Jackson Pollock. Noelle Tucker, a student, call The Hamiltonian, “the perfect platform for art.”

353 U St NW Suite 101, Washington, DC 20009
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The Fridge DC

The Fridge is a gallery in Washington Open by appointment. Established in 2009. Dedicated to making the arts accessible.

516 1/2 8th St SE, Washington, DC 20003
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Dupont Underground

Dupont Underground is an arts organization transforming 15,000 sqft of open abandoned space under Dupont Circle into a platform for creative exchange and contemporary arts in our vibrant city.

19 Dupont Cir NW, Washington, DC 20036
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IA&A at Hillyer

IA&A at Hillyer (formerly Hillyer Art Space) is International Arts & Artists’ contemporary art center based at our headquarters in Washington, DC. Committed to serving the public and supporting artists at all stages of their careers, Hillyer presents a series of exhibitions and programs that feature local, regional, and international artists. Founded in 2006, Hillyer continues to provide significant support to both local and international artists, as well as presenting programs that reach a broad audience and create a platform for dialogue.

9 Hillyer Court, NW Washington, DC 20008
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Studio Gallery

Studio Gallery is the longest running artist-owned gallery in Washington, DC. It features contemporary art in a wide variety of media by emerging and established artists. The Gallery was founded in 1956 by artist Jennie Lea Knight, whose work is in The National Gallery of Art, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Philips Collection, and the Smithsonian Museum of American Art.

2108 R St. NW, Washington, DC 20008
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Washington Printmakers Gallery

Founded by local artists in 1985, Washington Printmakers Gallery has long been the metro area’s primary source for contemporary fine art prints, and photographs. It has a membership of exceptional local and national printmakers, photographers, and book artists. The gallery has a full calendar of juried shows, group and solo exhibitions. The gallery also houses bins and flat files with prints and photographs. All work is from limited editions.

1641 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington DC 20007
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Zenith Gallery

Celebrating 40 years in the nation's capital, Zenith is recognized for its unique mix of contemporary art in a wide range of media. The gallery provides high-quality acquisition, consulting, commissioning, appraisal, framing and curatorial services.

1429 Iris Street, NW, Washington, DC
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The Yards Park

The Yards Park is an award-winning public space along the Anacostia River. The great lawn, dog run, boardwalk, shaded overlook, and gardens are open to all. The Dancing Fountains at The Yards Park are now open between 10:00am and 7:00pm daily.

1300 First St SE, Washington, DC 20003
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Garfield Park

A large playground is located near its center, and the park also hosts a number of sport amenities such as tennis courts, a volley ball court, bocce courts, and a baseball backstop along with picnic tables and benches. The park is maintained by the DC Department of Parks and Recreation. It is categorized as a neighborhood park, which means that it provides an informal park settings for recreational purposes for the immediate neighborhood.

1-299 South Carolina Ave SE, Washington, DC 20003
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Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens

Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens is a decorative arts museum in Washington, D.C., United States. The former residence of businesswoman, socialite, philanthropist and collector Marjorie Merriweather Post, Hillwood is known for its large decorative arts collection that focuses heavily on the House of Romanov, including Fabergé eggs. Other highlights are 18th- and 19th-century French art and one of the country's finest orchid collections.

4155 Linnean Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008
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Dumbarton Oaks Park

Dumbarton Oaks Park is an exceptionally significant historic landscape, where the naturalistic gardens and built features offer a very special experience to those who visit. The park is a striking example of one of the most important designs by landscape architect Beatrix Farrand. Mrs. Farrand is considered the “finest woman landscape architect of her generation.” The owners of the Dumbarton Oaks estate, Mildred and Robert Woods Bliss, wanted Mrs. Farrand to create for them an illusion of country life within the city. And, working closely with Mildred Bliss, Mrs. Farrand made the vision a reality.

R St NW, Washington, DC 20007
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Rock Creek Park

Rock Creek Park is truly a gem in our nation's capital. This 1,754 acre city park was officially authorized in 1890, making it the third national park to be designated by the federal government. It offers visitors the opportunity to escape the bustle of the city and find a peaceful refuge, recreation, fresh air, majestic trees, wild animals, and thousands of years of human history.

5200 Glover Rd NW, Washington, DC 20008
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Theodore Roosevelt Island

In the 1930s, landscape architects transformed Mason’s Island from neglected, overgrown farmland into Theodore Roosevelt Island, a memorial to America’s 26th president. They conceived a “real forest” designed to mimic the natural forest that once covered the island. Today miles of trails through wooded uplands and swampy bottomlands honor the legacy of a great outdoorsman and conservationist.

Washington, DC 20037
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Anacostia Park

Our neighborhood national park in the heart of Washington, DC, Enjoy exercise along the river trail or relax by the water, Anacostia Park is a breath of fresh air and a space to unwind amid a bustling city.

1900 Anacostia Dr, Washington, DC 20020
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