Top 10 things to do over spring break

Stuck at home this spring break and sick of Netflix? Well, here are a few suggestions for places in the DMV to help you get out there!

1. Restaurant hop in DC

After all that leisure time at home, you might get hungry. Go to The Capital Grille or Ted’s Bulletin in DC to fuel up during spring break.

2. Shop on M Street in Georgetown

Wanna spend your money to get a cute new wardrobe for the start of spring? Go hit up Lululemon, Urban Outfitters, Forever 21, and Nike to get a cute fit.

3. Go to Union Market in DC

Feel like having a chill and laid back day? Go to Union Market! Union Market is a cute little artsy place to take adorable pictures and taste all different types of cuisines for brunch or lunch!

4. Visit the monuments with friends

Wanna get a little history class during spring break? Visiting the monuments is super fun, especially at night, because it is less crowded but still filled with great knowledge.

5. Go to Old Town Alexandria

Wanna feel welcomed and cozy outside!? Old Town Alexandria is so pretty, especially during the day. You can walk around, go to brunch, and just hang by the water with a nice breeze.

6. Go to South Block in Georgetown

Are you in the mood for something fresh and smooth? This is a cute little brunch place that is very healthy and delicious.

7. Tour colleges

Thinking about your future? Tour Georgetown, George Washington, American University, University of Maryland, and the Naval Academy.

8. Go to downtown Annapolis

Walking around, going shopping, getting food on the water, or touring the open water by buying a ticket for a boat ride are all great ways to spend your spring break.


Wanna test your brain? Go to the ARTECHOUSE. It’s a really cool, trippy, artistic house that makes you challenge your knowledge.

10. Try your luck at the Escape Room on M Street in Georgetown

Are you and your friends looking to test your quick-thinking skills? Go to Escape Room! It’s an investigative room with clues that your group needs to solve to stop criminals before time runs out.

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