Beyond amazing restaurants and shops, The Wharf offers countless things to do and see—on and off the water. Take a stroll along the piers, rent a kayak to paddle past some of DC’s most famous attractions, or catch a concert at The Anthem. And don’t forget to check out our upcoming events to plan your visit.
Check out a music and bar scene unlike any other in the District, from our concert halls to a wide variety of live music at many of our restaurants to outdoor gigs.
Explore our ten acres of parks, open green spaces, a stunning village green, and four distinct public piers along our waterfront.
At The Wharf, you can enjoy the waterfront any way you like, from sailing and kayaking to cruises up and down the Potomac.
The Wharf offers myriad ways to continue your active lifestyle, from onsite gyms to water activities to nearby parks and trails.
The neighborhood’s cultural and convention center features an acoustically advanced concert hall for events of all kinds.
From national festivals to regional favorites to local gatherings, The Wharf is host to a fantastic lineup of events in Washington, DC.
Introducing one of the most convenient ways to view the city and get to destinations on the Potomac and Anacostia rivers: our new water taxi and jitney.
Whether you want to find a slip for your yacht, dock for the day, or just admire the boats, our scenic marinas are worth the visit.
Explore the nation’s oldest continuously operating open-air fish market for some fresh seafood or to pick up the catch of the day to cook at home.
Enjoy the District’s most scenic shopping venue and browse the stores and boutiques for one-of-a-kind finds and more.
Sample Washington, DC’s most exciting collection of restaurants, featuring nationally renowned chefs and local favorites.
The Wharf is centrally located to the monuments and museums along the National Mall, as well as countless other cultural points of interest in DC.