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A Cosmopolitan Neighborhood

A vibrant Washington D.C. neighborhood with a cosmopolitan vibe, Dupont Circle is packed with trendy bistros, bars, restaurants, art galleries, museums and eclectic bookstores. Walk to Dupont Circle from Churchill Hotel near Embassy Row to experience the area's Victorian architecture, lavish embassies and energetic nightlife scene.
 
 
Dupont Circle Attractions At Churchill Hotel Near Embassy Row, Washington

DUPONT CIRCLE ATTRACTIONS & Landmarks

The historic Dupont Circle neighborhood is home to famous attractions, landmarks and museums, including the Textile Museum, Woodrow Wilson House, National Geographic Society's Explorers Hall, and The Phillips Collection - the nation's first museum of modern art. Discover beautiful historic homes, such as the Heurich House, also known as the Brewmaster's Castle, Blaine Mansion and the Walsh-McLean House. Dupont Circle is also where you will find the country's most important research institutions, including Brookings Institution, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and the Center for Global Development.
The Cathedral Of Saint Matthew At Churchill Hotel Near Embassy Row, Washington

The Cathedral Of Saint Matthew The Apostle

Located a few blocks from Dupont Circle, the Cathedral of Saint Matthew is a historic church and the seat of the Archbishop of Washington. As the Mother Church of the Archdiocese, it plays a major role in the Catholic life of the nation's capital, and was the site of the Funeral Mass for President John F. Kennedy on November 25, 1963. The cathedral hosts the annual "Red Mass" on the Sunday before the first Monday in October when the Supreme Court begins its term, attended by the justices, members of Congress, Cabinet, diplomatic corps and even the President.
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