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I know -- if one is visiting, there is never enough time to get to every museum, every memorial, and read the markers on every statue. If you stay too close to the mall, however, you'll not find a neighborhood with independent shoppes and a...More
Around 8:30 in the morning, first time in Washington, passed by in this circle. We took some photos and a “normal and friendly” man talked to us probably noticing that we are new in the area. My husband returned the friendly gesture. The talks became...More
Located within a nice sized park within a traffic circle, the fountain is elegant and impressive. It is made of marble and was sculpted by Daniel Chester French. There are restaurants and other businesses, as well as the Red Line metro line entrance just across...More
DuPont Circle is a lovely place to walk and visit. A nice selection of restaurants is close by. The neighborhood is very lovely as well. The circle is located close to many different embassies from other countries.
Wife & I stayed in this area & Embassy row area for total 7days & everyday we would take a walk to Dupont Circle just to see the squirrels climbing the trees or getting food from the homeless. There are a lot of homeless people...More
My wife and I took the Metro to the Dupont Circle Station. We walked through Dupont Circle to get to our restaurant. There is an overlook over Conneticut Avenue which is really neat. It makes a nice place to walk through.
Dupont Circle itself is property of the National Park Service, and NPS rules apply. Dogs are allowed (and welcome), must be leashed, and owners must pick up after them. But note there are plenty of squirrels and rats for... More
Dupont Circle itself is property of the National Park Service, and NPS rules apply. Dogs are allowed (and welcome), must be leashed, and owners must pick up after them. But note there are plenty of squirrels and rats for dogs to chase. The neighborhood is quite dog friendly, and there's a great dog park at New Hampshire and S Streets, three blocks from Dupont Circle.