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- Outdoor recreation including hiking, biking, boating
- Outdoor Movies at Screen on the Green
- Summer concert series
- Washington National's baseball at National Stadium
Fourth of July
Spending the Fourth of July in the Nation's Capital gives the holiday an extra air of patriotism, and for international visitors, it is an exciting way to experience the quintessential American holiday. The day is filled with various events around the Capitol area, with events centralized on Constitution Avenue and the National Mall. The highlight of the day is a parade complete with marching bands, military and special units, floats and Washington, D.C. VIPs. The day culminates with a spectacular fireworks display.
- Oktoberfest Festival
- Fall foliage
- Pumpkin picking & corn maze in Maryland and Virginia
- Washington Redskins football at FedEx Field
Washington Redskins Football
The Redskins are one of the favored professional teams in the Washington, D.C metro area. Part of NFL's East Division of the NFC, the Washington Redskins are an exciting team to watch play other regional favorites like the Baltimore Ravens, Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots. FedEx Field is just a short drive or metro ride from Embassy Suites to Landover, Maryland.
- Ice Skating
- Holiday parades
Celebrated on the third Monday in February, President's Day originally commemorated President George Washington's Birthday, and has evolved to be a national celebration honoring those who have served as the country's president. Spend President's Day in Washington D.C., touring the monuments and museums dedicated to our nation's history and those who have served.
- Kayaking/boating on Potomac
- Hiking on national park trails
- Paddle Boating in the Tidal Basin
Cherry Blossom Festival
A festival unique to Washington, D.C., the Cherry Blossom festival celebrates the 1912 gift of 3,000 cherry blossom trees from the Mayor of Tokyo to the United States. Symbolizing the United States and Japan's continued friendship, the festival occurs for two weeks toward the end of March or beginning of April when the trees are in peak bloom.