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1. GALA Hispanic Theatre

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227 reviews
GALA Hispanic Theatre
Atmosphere
5
Prices
5
Location
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 3333 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20010

Telephone: (202) 234-7174

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estebcuece: They don’t respect seating assignments. End up in a corner with poor visibility when we had reserved much better seats.

Sandy Ovalle: It’s easy to access! I love supporting local art and this place has a lot of history. They are keeping masks on which I support. I was there for the screening of La Manplesa and loved the experience. They validate parking, but our ticket didn’t work.
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Tan Sav: Small theatre. I thought the stage design was excellent. Sound got a bit loud here and there otherwise excellent. Centrally located near the metro and restaurants.

Rosana Barkawi: Almost 3 hrs of singing and dancing. Made my heart smile 😊

Brandon Johnson: Went here twice in a weekend for the reel affirmations film festival. Very nice space that keeps the charm of an old theater while still being updated.

Frank Canales: An entity that contributes to keep our culture flourishing.

Brian M: Great venue. The table church has a service here every morning on Sunday. Great acoustics, ample seating but I will say it’s a little tight. Cute lobby. On site parking is available.

Jean Horner: Went on a 3rd grade field trip, saw a play about Picasso. Perfect content for the kids, emphasized he zest for life and living to the fullest. Bilingual production. Really in impressed. Located downtown DC. Rough commute for showtime, got stuck in am traffic. Lovely theater, small and intimate, but professional.

Karen L: Have not seen a bad production here. Some I have liked more than others, but the theater is intimate and comfortable. Pick a higher seat if your Spanish is rusty. The subtitles worked well for my non-Sp friends.

Soky Losada: Great venue, one of the hidden gems in DC. Amazing production with local artists. I went to see Exquisite Agony, (Exquisita Agonía) if you don’t speak Spanish they have subtitles in English projected onto two screens. Fascinated by the high level of the Artists, definitely I will come back for more.

2. Furia Flamenca Dance Company

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Furia Flamenca Dance Company
Atmosphere
5
Prices
5
Location
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6PM

Telephone: (703) 568-4404

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Thomas Carmichael: Washington is fortunate to boast its own award-winning Flamenco troupe that brings exciting, technically brilliant, authentic, and at times cutting edge shows to venues prestigious and accessible throughout the area. I have seen many of Furia Flamenca's performances and each one had gusto and attention to detail that left me with a grin and admiration. I have found their classes equally rewarding. Furia Flamenca's dance instruction treats the art seriously and with realistic goals, but the studio atmosphere is one of enthusiasm, fun, and mutual respect. Oh, yes, it also challenges both the mind and the body.

Lissette Godoy: Excellent Flamenco Lesson. She is very talented and a very nice person.

3. John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Atmosphere
4.9
Prices
4.8
Location
4.8
Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.8

Address: 2700 F St NW, Washington, DC 20566

Telephone: (202) 467-4600

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Amanda Turcotte: I love being a member of the Kennedy Center. I joined during the pandemic because I wanted to support the arts and because a friend told me how much they enjoyed being a member. Fast forward a couple years later and I am finally able to enjoy both indoor and outdoor events at the center. The mission of the Kennedy Center really speaks to me and the community events as well as amazing performances throughout the year definitely make the membership worth while. My husband and I attended our first opera this year. We have also attended a few National Symphony Orchestra performances and a members only rehearsal. It was really special to watch the orchestra rehearse and see how the players and conductor come together to perform beautiful compositions. The Hall of States and Hall of Countries are really something to behold as well. There is so much history to learn about. The Reach is another building on the campus that is also full of great historical moments and an active work area for artists. The grounds have an amazing view of the Potomac River as well. There is parking on site for $25 and members receive a $5 discount on parking if you book in advance. We have not tried the on site restaurant yet, but plan to soon. Definitely check out an event and grounds of the Kennedy Center, if you are in the area. You will want to come back for sure. Thanks! :-)

Joana Ward: Lunar New Year Lanterns. Beautiful Display and family friendly. During COVID everyone was wearing masks even outside. Recommending you go early to park and although the line was long it moved quickly for how long it was (40 minutes). There was a free station for activities the kids could do. Bring two adults for kids so someone can stay in line while the other one has the kids exploring.

Jessica Isbell: We had an absolutely amazing time! The entire experience was just wonderful. My 6 year old thoroughly enjoyed it as well. Venue was incredible, staff exceptional. Weather was a perk too, perfect day. The outside area for intermission with views of DC is fabulous. We will absolutely be back. Thank you for adhering to masking and vaccination policies as well while bringing the arts back into these hectic times.

preservefootprints: We visit there on last 2 days of the Reach Winter Lanterns Festival. It was a huge area filled with lanterns displays celebrating 2022 Lunar New Year, it was so beautiful and bright. They have benches with heater around the open space. The organizer has worked excellent to manage the guests flow!

David Morar: A true home for the performing arts, the Kennedy Center has numerous stages from the Opera House to a black box theater and everything in between. Created for DC residents and tourists alike, the Center brings or originates amazing shows, events and workshops. It’s both the institutional house for the National Symphony Orchestra and the place that has daily free shows (of all types) at 6pm. It’s truly got something for everyone, and with the recent addition of The Reach its uhm, reach has broadened even further! You can never go wrong with the KC. Highly recommend visiting on a random day even if you’re not going for a show: having just celebrated 50 years, the center is proud of its history and showcases it among other revolving pieces in its vast and airy halls. Check out the terraces (ground level and “terrace” level) and enjoy sweeping views of the city. A true gem in the nation’s capital!

Greg Zillgitt: Our visit to the Kennedy Center a few years ago is one of my fondest memories. Attended a performance of Mendelssohn' violin concerto in E minor, with Hillary Hahn as the soloist. A near-perfect experience, acoustically and visually. A striking venue. Walking distance from the Watergate (also highly recommended).

Mark Capriotti: Arrive early, grab a drink, and walk along the roof top. Perfect way to start the evening looking at many views of DC. Masks are required for the theater.

C F: Beautiful performing arts center with amazing friendly staff. Our family loves to attend shows as well as grab some snacks and walk the grounds. Some beautiful views of the river, some monuments and Georgetown. Also 2 gift shops, a cafe, and multiple snack stations. Underground parking also available or you can grab the shuttle which picks up and drops off at the GW metro station.

spellman1224: Went to see the play "Ain't too proud" it was awesome. We had the last row in Tier 2 and the seats were comfortable. The staff was great and courteous and eager to assist. Was able to take Metro and take the Kennedy Center Bus to get there. Even the bus driver was friendly 😊

Grey TheCat: This place is a lot of things, historic, classy, artsy, fun, accessible, it offers a ton of free activities and events and variety. This is a cultural epicenter and one of the East coast best venues. Spacious, easy parking and overall inexpensive events make it accessible to most people even those on a small budget.

4. Lisner Auditorium

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Lisner Auditorium
Atmosphere
4.8
Prices
4.9
Location
4.8
Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.8

Address: 730 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-6800

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Denise McNeal: Capital Funk is awesome. Wish everyone could see this College Dance Off.The venue has a friendly atmosphere. I'm looking to return to the return of events offered to the public.

John Herbstritt: Attended phi beta kappa 201st induction for GWU Alpha chapter on May 13th at Lisner Auditorium. Ceremony included 2020 to 2022 as covid delayed prior year inductions. An incredible accomplishment for each Student to have achieved the academic standing and chapter recognition. Standing ovation was well deserved!

Jonathan Mawdsley: Easily the worst concert space in DC. The chairs are supremely uncomfortable and then there is the ABSOLUTELY HORRENDOUS bathroom situation with tiny restrooms tucked away down a long flight of stairs in the basement. They really should rent port-a-potties for concerts or other longer shows.

Astepas Algamras: I liked the auditorium. It’s a good size. Might fit around 3000 people comfortably. The Afghan Student Association at GW hosted a charity concert there. The staff were friendly and directive. I’m sure if you’re hosting a show or talk, you should be able to rent it out.

Elyssa Hayes: Attended a graduation at this auditorium. Beautiful building. Bathrooms are nice but were too small for the large crowd that day. The seats in the auditorium were padded and very comfortable!

dc phatts: Great view of the stage.The seats are NOT tall person friendly.

Lashonda Burton: My son graduated high-school from here. The bathrooms are downstairs.

Khalil Verdell: The auditorium is great but the seating is extremely congested. Maybe that is just my opinion but it wasn't very comfortable being able to get up and out of my C. The Symphony was amazing the opera that we attended was equally as amazing

taylor: The place was clean, with lots of seats. Even off to the side the audio was still crisp and clear. The seats are all red velvet with the GW symbol emblazoned on them. The stage looked very professional and the stage crew did a wonderful job so there were no technical issues.

Josh Croteau: Theatre was clean and acoustics were nice. We were served at the box office quickly. Drinks were outrageously priced and cash only. Also, no drinks in the auditorium after paying $11 each for them. Seating is also first come first serve, which is fine except when the move events here from places they do assigned seating (that happened to us).

5. Yolit Flamenco, Alma Dance Studio

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Yolit Flamenco, Alma Dance Studio
Atmosphere
4.7
Prices
4.7
Location
4.8
Parking
4.7
Wifi
4.7

Address: 12221 Parklawn Dr #160, Rockville, MD 20852

Telephone: (301) 760-9296

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Dorcas Taylor: Yolit is an amazing dance instructor, she is patient, and kind. She makes you feel valued and welcomed in her studio and she is gentle in guiding you to learn the dance moves. I took her beginners flamenco course. The content was spaced out evenly through the lessons so it wasn’t too difficult to stay energized and focused. I learned so much! Can’t wait to take more classes!

T N: Yolit is a wonderful flamenco instructor, she will introduce you to the magical powerful flamenco💃. She is patient, dedicated, proffesional, friendly and warm. Her studio lights up with her love for flamenco and her dedication to students. I just took her basic flamenco class and will be back for a second session and sevillanas! . No matter how basic your dancing experience is -or how advanced- you will benefit and fully immerse in her flamenco classes. We had the pleasure to learn some choreographies and got understanding of the music and feelings and technique involved! she is just amazing!!💃🌺

Raul Heredia: If you like flamenco, don't miss it!

6. Atlas Performing Arts Center

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Atlas Performing Arts Center
Atmosphere
4.6
Prices
4.5
Location
4.5
Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: 1333 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (202) 399-7993

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Patrick: Fantastic performing arts venue. The personnel were very friendly, funny and helpful to the artists. The theater is certainly a fantastic place for groups to get their fuse of cultural events and performing arts.

Jessica McNutt: I love this theatre. The experience is always intimate and personal. The shows sit with me for days and I'm always better for having seen them.

Michael Covington: Excellent venue for performances. Viewing angle from all seats are great.

Linda Neuman: This unique and gorgeous performance space never disappoints. We have seen several incredible shows here with creative staging and impressive acting. Located near many wonderful restaurants and bars, it is a great central point for an enjoyable evening out. Come by metro, then hop on a shuttle that runs up and down the street. We need more places like this.

D Waldo: A stellar cast performed the production of MARY SEACOLE. Mary, a British-Jamaican holistic nurse, frequently considered the black Florence Nightingale also nursed war wounded soldiers.

Justin Hanna: Join Triumph DC Church on Sundays at the Atlas at 10a. Atlas Performing Arts Center is a fantastic venue for arts and theatre as well as worship. Come join us and make some new friends.

ron lu: Awesome bunch of musicians from the Capital City Symphony Orchestra and the Director VickiGau is more than awesome!

Adrienne: Saw a fascinating and moving play called "The Agitators" about the decades long friendship between Frederick Douglass and Susan B Anthony. It was my first time to The Atlas and it did not disappoint. The show was great and the facilities are very nice. The picture is of an after show discussion with the Artistic Director, Playwright and Directo.
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Jabari Clark: Nice set of theaters with an organic, neighborhood feel. Friendly staff and clean facilities. Comfortable chairs and temperature. Not a fan of the service fee per ticket when buying as a bundle. That may prove to be cost prohibitive to some. No dedicated parking and street parking is limited. No local metro but streetcar stop is across street. Overall pleasant experience to bring local acts to the stage.

Tracey Newman: I am STILL talking about this performance! It was phenomenal! I am hoping there will be encore performances in the future. A beautiful kind was eloquently portrayed in this piece. Very well done!

7. Mexican Cultural Institute

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Mexican Cultural Institute
Atmosphere
4.7
Prices
4.8
Location
4.7
Parking
4.7
Wifi
4.7

Address: 2829 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 728-1628

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Drea M: They often have events and most of them are free. This place is definitely a DC gem. At the event I went to for Dia De Los Muertos I got to see a lot of great art from Mexican artists. There is also a really amazing mural at the institute.

Nkili Sudah: The mariacha band was amazing! The food was scrumptious and their hospitality was warm and welcoming!

Greg Amiker: Beautiful murals and Galleries. The photo is with Mexican President Obrador on the staircase visiting the facility Nov 18. 2021

byron subero: The Mexican cultural institute is celebrating "Oaxaca in the United States" until Nov 2nd. Three floors of cultural art, pottery and handmade gift items.

James Walsh: Beautiful building. It doesn't look like it's open from the outside. Not much fanfare and a small sign. Inside is amazing murals and an exhibit on the bottom floor and on the top floor. There was a library too with amazing tapestries on the wall.

Elizabeth Groover: I visited the Institute to attend #mezcalprom with the Mezcalistas and a great friend. Beautiful embassy, wonderful spirits, and delicious bites to accompany. Event was well run, well-staffed, and overall a really great time. Highly recommend a visit to at least admire the beautiful interior!

Aurelie Boissy: Such a beautiful establishment. The wall artwork are mesmerizing. I wish there was parking nearby; you need to allow enough parking time if you’re planning on coming there.

Erica Young: A must see of DC! The tour is fantastic-- they explain the 4-stories of murals depicting Mexican history. Plus, the building is old and holds stunning architecture. You'll also find rotating art exhibits.

Jimmy Ndawula: Great cultural heritage we were given a warm welcome the food was delicious thanks to the Rotaract club of American University, the Rotary club of Federal City and the Rotary club of Historical Prince Georgia for organizing the event.

Tom Long: Amazing space with interesting rotating cultural exhibitions and events. Totally worth a visit!

8. Cultural Office of the Embassy of Spain

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Cultural Office of the Embassy of Spain
Atmosphere
4.7
Prices
4.7
Location
4.8
Parking
4.7
Wifi
4.7

Address: 2801 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

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Duke T. (Duke): Right next to the Mexican cultural embassy (maybe... a historical irony) and right on the corner about 4 or 5 blocks from U street -or- Columbia Heights (10 to 15 minutes "DC walking"). Also, about 7 minutes walking to Meridian Hill Park - where they used to play drums. For movies and exhibitions, you may not need an ID, but they'll verify your name. Programs are genuine and, therefore, may run a little long — but you can budget your time and leave when you are scheduled to leave for another appointment. I love visiting this cultural-embassy location. PARKING: Ughh. Depends on the time of day. At night you might do better parking on 16th street and walking. Would not suggest the side streets. Parking garages in Columbia Heights and then you can walk from there. METRO: I feel like Columbia Heights is closer, but you do have UStreet (then walk through the park) or take the 16th street bus (might be clean/might be possible piss 🤢)

Alex Lima: It's nice that the events are free. However, they need to present better music and art.

Olga Crawford: A great place

9. Library of Congress

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Library of Congress
Atmosphere
4.7
Prices
4.6
Location
4.6
Parking
4.6
Wifi
4.6

Address: 101 Independence Ave SE, Washington, DC 20540

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 707-5000

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Mireille G: Favorite place I visited in D.C.. Words cannot begin to describe how gorgeous this building is inside and out. Every single detail so carefully thought out from the architecture to the art. Definitely go visit if you can, there’s so much to see. Also try and get a library card if you can it’s totally free and a fun souvenir to keep. It’s a legit library card and you can use it to enter the main reading room but you usually need to make an appointment weeks in advance to get in room but the card is a nice memory to keep.

Nicole Pascotescu: Beautiful. Photos will never do it justice, you need to see it in person! It’s literally breathtaking. It’s amazing to just stand in the middle of it and look up in awe. I went on a school trip from DC and it was a great learning experience. But really I’ve never seen such beautiful architecture and design.

Sonya Williams (Wildflowers and Hooyahs): What an incredible experience! It took us about twenty mins to get library cards but it was worth it! We also felt the amount of people there on a Tuesday was weird but it’s popular for a reason. Will def return. The staff were so nice and knowledgeable.

VikinGA: Gorgeous! The national library of the United States and the largest library in the world! Its collections include more than 30 million catalogued books and other print materials in 470 languages. It holds the largest rare book collection in North America, including the rough draft of the Declaration of Independence and one of the Gutenberg Bibles!!!

Ashok Patel: Library of Congress, a national symbol of knowledge is the largest and oldest library of United States established in 1800. This is the research library for Congress and open for public for research only and the books or materials can not be checked out. The library is housed in three buildings on Capitol Hill. The research material is from all over the world in more than 450 languages. The library has more than 160 million items and everyday 10,000 new items are being added. We booked the timed tickets online to visit the library. I couldn’t get the timed tickets 5 days before but some limited tickets are released everyday morning at 9.00 am. Exactly at 9.00 AM I tried and I got the desired time slot. There is no entry fee. As a book lover, it was my dream to visit this unbelievable and incredible heritage library. Anyone can have access to the library if you have Reader Identification Card. The building architecture and the sculptures inside and outside are absolutely stunning. It is very theatrical, heavily ornamented and the decorative paintings and beautiful sculptures place this building among greatest art and architecture in America. The exhibition of photography and about Rosa Parks was very impressive. The mosaics, the frescos and the stained glass work is amazing. Thomas Jefferson’s personal library and the main reading room is great attraction. Unfortunately, we could see the main reading room from high above with limited sight through the thick glass. I wanted to see those millions of books on the shelves as I dreamed off, but what I saw was mostly exhibitions in a museum kind of setting. However, this is a must see attraction.

Richa Rashmi: What an amazing Greek architecture! This place is a jungle of Corinthian columns, a sea of books and a sky of murals. It’s absolutely stunning. Be sure to checkout Jefferson’s own donation of myriad books along with an exhibition of Rosa Park’s works. Also, entry is by appointment only. There’s a book shop that hosts souvenirs ranging from books to crockeries.

Juhi Pac: Beautiful historic building with gorgeous architecture. There are two and a half floors of museum-exhibits of some of the maps and records that the library keeps. Absolutely worth it for the free price and close proximity to South Capitol metro station

Rany SADER: By far, one of the best experiences ever if you are into culture. A fan of books, I loved the place, the heritage, the building and the whole experience. Don’t think twice if you like a Library. One of the best I ever visited.

Jon Scott: This is a must visit while in DC. The architecture and history was worth every minute. Take time to ask a Docent about specifics of the area you are in. Jim (docent) was so knowledgeable and spent ten minutes explaining the sculpture and paintings. The photographic exhibit was a bonus and Tomas Jefferson’s library exhibit was as well.

Alexandra B: A library dedicated to knowledge and education in every way possible. One of my favorite places in DC. Every inch of this building is a tribute to history, the pursuit of knowledge, and the contributions of those who came before us. Note you have to reserve a timed entry pass online in order to visit the library.