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Capital One Arena Tours

Capital One Arena
Formerly known as the Verizon Center, this Penn Quarter/Chinatown sports and entertainment arena is home to a few of Washington’s top teams: the Wizards and Mystics (basketball), and the Capitals (hockey). Formally sponsored by telecommunications giant Verizon Communications and now sponsored by Capital One Bank, the arena is often locally referred to, tongue-in-cheek, as the “Phone Booth.”

In addition to games, matches and bouts, the Capital One Arena regularly hosts the biggest musical acts in the world, as well as ice skating shows, the circus, and equestrian and wrestling events.

While there are several restaurants and nightlife options which are privately reserved for their own members, there are a few public eateries and/or bars on site: Hard Times Café (concession stands), The Clubhouse and The Greene Turtle (both sports-focused cocktail bars), and Dunkin’ Donuts. Additionally, it is set amidst two of the most condensed commercial districts in the city, with a slew of nearby restaurants and bars from which to choose.

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The Capital One Arena has its own multi-level dedicated parking lot, open only for concerts (not sports events) for a charge of $27. Otherwise, the building is surrounded by street parking and several public lots, and is set atop the Metrorail’s Gallery Place station, which serves the Green, Red, and Yellow Lines.
Address: 601 F St NW, Washington DC 20004, USA
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Private Half-Day Sightseeing Tour of Washington DCHalf-day Tours

Private Half-Day Sightseeing Tour of Washington DC

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Go sightseeing in Washington DC in the comfort of a private luxury vehicle accompanied by your own personal driver. Customize your half-day tour to your interests to take in highlights such as the US Capitol Building, Washington National Monument, Georgetown, a selection of war memorials, or one of the excellent Smithsonian museums. Your driver provides commentary about the sights, but waits in the car while you visit each destination on your own. You can stop for photo ops, or spend more time at favorite destinations—the choice is yours.
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Washington DC Hop-On Hop-Off Plus Night Tour With 2 Day PassMulti-day Tours

Washington DC Hop-On Hop-Off Plus Night Tour With 2 Day Pass

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On this hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour through Washington DC, travelers can choose to see the city at their own pace. Linger longer at some sites while skipping others entirely. With several stops, you have access to the US Capitol Building, National Mall, Lincoln Memorial, and more. Hear live narration, and choose between a 1-day pass or 2-day pass with a bonus night bus.
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Washington DC BYOB Tour by Pedicab

Sip a variety of top-notch, international wines or liquors at Central Wines, a classy wine, beer and spirits shop in the lively Penn Quarter District (or take your tastings to go), and then sit back and enjoy your pedicab ride. Your driver-guide pedals you through Chinatown and the Federal Triangle, as well as past key sights such as the National Portrait Gallery, the Friendship Arch and Ford Theatre. This small-group tour is limited to 9 people or fewer.
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