Hotels and activities in the nation's capital are discounting for the upcoming holiday season
Enter the International Spy Museum a novice and leave an expert on espionage. This deal for 35% off is classified -- available exclusively to Travelzoo subscribers for visits into March.
Dine and dance aboard the Odyssey during a dinner cruise with live entertainment and sweeping views of D.C. landmarks.
Experience the Nation's Capital where these hotels invite visitors to save up to 30% on select dates through fall.
Includes holiday dates and a $25 nightly credit.
Named "Best Museum off the Mall" (Washington City Paper), the Newseum blends news history with up-to-the-second technology and hands-on exhibits.
The D.C. in a Day bus tour takes you to all of the must-see spots in the national’s capital for half off regular prices.
Brush elbows with the Founding Fathers and A-list celebrities like George Clooney and Angelina Jolie with 40%-off tickets to Madame Tussauds.
Take in scenic Virginia wine country at more than 70 wineries and cideries with the Virginia Wine Pass for two people at half off.
The Spa at the AAA 5-Diamond Four Seasons Georgetown is "one of the best in town" (Fodor's). Treat yourself or a loved one with a day of pampering.
The Arlington Cemetery and D.C. War Memorials bus tour saves 50% on adult and child tickets through the end of the year.
Walk in President Lincoln's footsteps on a guided tour of his Gothic Revival cottage and save 50% on regular prices.
Head to brunch or lunch at the "trendy," "hidden enclave" (Zagat) in Penn Quarter and save up to 50% on regular prices.
Sip on cocktails rated among the best in D.C. at Bourbon in Adams Morgan, where you can "kick back" on the "warm, pleasant" outdoor patio (DCist).
The D.C. After Dark bus tour takes you to all of the must-see spots in the nation’s capital illuminated in lights for half off regular prices.
Cruise the scenic Occoquan River and spot wildlife, such as eagles and herons, with Rivershore Charters.
Station 4 boasts a "sexy, Miami-inspired setting," adding an "infusion of swank" to the Southwest Waterfront (Zagat). Save more than 40 percent on brunch for two.
Former "Top Chef" contestant and celebrity chef Spike Mendelsohn brings this "upscale" (Zagat) bistro to Capitol Hill, where two can dine for more than 40% off.
Zagat claims, Le Chat Noir is a "'touch of France'" near Tenleytown and "'a must-try,'" while Gayot names it one of the city's 2013 Top 10 French spots.
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