Family-Friendly Activities in the Golden Triangle

Family-Friendly Activities in the Golden Triangle

Fun activities for adventurous and fun-loving families.


Planning a trip to DC? Here’s a sampling of things to do with your family during your trip.


Kick off a segway tour of the city

Capital Segway 

Just steps from the White House, the Golden Triangle is the perfect starting point for your tour of the Nation’s capital. And as the only authorized segway provider in DC, Capital Segway provides customers with knowledgeable tour guides to take you through the city’s most iconic attractions. Book your trip today and don’t forget to bring your camera!

Ages: 16+
Cost: $70+

Find them at 818 Connecticut Avenue NW


Plan a museum visit

The Renwick Gallery

What’s a visit to DC without a visit to a Smithsonian Museum? For fifty years, The Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum has been celebrating American artists right in the heart of the nation’s capital. Take a stroll through the gallery and take in the beautiful art.

Ages: All.

Cost: Free.

Find them at 1661 Pennsylvania Avenue NW


Channel your inner detective

Escape the Room

If your family is a pro at mystery games, make sure to book a challenge at Escape the Room. This venue offers fun games that stimulate your mind and push you right to the edge as you try to beat the clock. Their escape rooms include: The Submarine, Western Bank Heist, The Agency, and Outbreak. Don’t miss out on the fun!

Ages: All
Cost: $35 per participant.


Visit a Golden Triangle park

With three Metro stations in the neighborhood, the Golden Triangle is an accessible spot when visiting DC. Plan a picnic at one of the seven parks located in the Golden Triangle — like Farragut Square, which is located just steps from the Farragut North Metro station.

When heading over to the parks, make sure to check out all the public art installations adorning the Golden Triangle streets.

More Golden Triangle parks: Duke Ellington Park, Monroe Park, Murrow Park, Longfellow Park, Pennsylvania Avenue Pocket Park, and the Connecticut Avenue Overlook Pocket Park.

Ages: All.
Cost: Free.



There’s so much more to do in the Golden Triangle. Take a look at this interactive map to find all bars, restaurants and other attractions to check out.