Georgetown Historic District Overview
The oldest neighborhood of Washington D.C., The Georgetown Historic District is full of architectural to natural beauty, Michelin-approved restaurants, boutique shops, cafés, and small museums to scenic waterfront. Spreading between Rock Creek Park and K Street NW from 27th to 37th Streets, the tidy streets of Georgetown are home to historic homes, Georgetown University, Jesuit College, Kreeger Museum, and the nation's oldest Roman Catholic.

If you're looking for a place to enjoy with your partner at night or hang out with friends or have some great time with family, this is an idyllic destination to be. Include this place in your places to see in Washington D. C. list and have a cherishable time.
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