Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway 2400 P St NW, Washington, DC20007 The Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway is part of the National Park Service's Rock Creek Park, which extends through…More Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. The parkway offers a trail for runners, walkers and bikers, and forms a natural boundary along the outer edges of Georgetown; it also connects to several other parks in Georgetown.
Francis Scott Key Park 34th St NW & M St NW, Washington, DC20007 A quiet green hideaway sits just feet from the busy intersection leading to the Francis Scott Key Bridge. Vine covered…More columns and shaded benches form the Francis Scott Key Park or "the star spangled banner monument" as a sign at the entrance declares. Part of Rock Creek Park, visitors can take a ranger-lead tour to learn more about this little park.
Jerusalem Baptist Church 2600 P St NW, Washington, DC20007 Jerusalem Baptist Church sits at the corner of 26th and P streets, adjacent to the entrance to Rose Park and Rock Creek…More Parkway in Old Georgetown. The church was founded by Rev. Sandy Alexander after he started the First Baptist Church, also in Georgetown.
Old Stone House 3051 M St NW, Washington, DC20007 The Old Stone House, part of Rock Creek Park and the National Park Service, is in the heart of Georgetown's shopping and…More dining area on M Street. The simple building is one of the oldest known structures in DC. Tours of the house are free; a ranger is on site occasionally, but most tours are self-guided. The adjoining gardens are open to the public during daylight hours, offering quiet repose for area workers and tourists alike.