Mayor Bowser announced that the District plans to end most COVID-19 business capacity limits on May 21 and lift the remaining music and entertainment restrictions on June 11. We are excited to get back together for our regularly scheduled programming and return to some normalcy.
Check out our newly-released Summer Events Calendar with our full schedule of free concerts, outdoor movies, and waterfront yoga.
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We embrace humanity.
We value black lives.
We respect women.
We stand with immigrants.
We support the LGBTQ community.
We are united with people of all faiths.
We nurture people with disabilities.
We encourage young people.
We cherish seniors.
We welcome everyone.
Come explore this vibrant new waterfront’s countless things to do and see, hear and touch, taste and experience. And for those of you who want to linger a while longer, check out our hotels or tour our residences.
Centrally located, The Wharf is the District’s waterfront destination that is easy to get to—and to get around.See more details
Browse our curated mix of shops and boutiques–from internationally known brands, to local one-of-a-kinds–against the beautiful backdrop of the Potomac. The Wharf takes shopping in the District to a whole new level with a vibrant, sensory experience for residents and visitors alike.Shops at The Wharf
Stay up-to-date with everything that’s happening at The Wharf by downloading our app. Be among the first to learn about new restaurant and shop openings, see our events calendar, and easily navigate the neighborhood. From the waterfront’s history to the latest news, you’ll have it all in the palm of your hand.
It's S'more fun at The Wharf! This season, visit Camp Wharf where you'll find a wood-burning fire and a vintage Airstream trailer with everything you need for the perfect s'more—marshmallow, chocolate, graham crackers, and roasting stick. You can also enjoy a Ghirardelli frozen hot chocolate and in July, frozen lemonade will be available to help you stay cool.Visit Camp Wharf