Escape the hustle and bustle with these relaxing options in Logan Circle.
Logan Circle, one of Washington’s premier luxury communities, is the perfect place to relax. Whether you’re looking for a way to unwind after work or seeking a weekend getaway, there are plenty of ways to kick back and enjoy your time away from the commotion of the city here in Logan Circle.
Here are just a few of our favorites:
1. Get a massage at one of Logan Circle’s luxury spas
Take time for a massage at one of the luxury spas in Logan Circle. Popular destinations like AURA Spa
and Logan 14
cater to patrons who appreciate well-appointed surroundings and know how to ease the stresses of everyday life.
2. Experience a show at Studio Theatre
is a premier, contemporary theater in the heart of Logan Circle that offers a stacked calendar of plays throughout the year. If you’re looking for a way to relax and unwind, this is a great way place to do it. There is also an Acting Conservatory and workshops throughout the year if you’re interested in exploring your creative side.
3. Explore some of the best art galleries in D.C.
Logan Circle and U Street are known to have a beautiful and diverse selection of art galleries. Whether you’re looking to outfit your home with one-of-a-kind local art or want to spend the weekend being inspired by some of the area’s top artists, there are a plethora of galleries to choose from. Some of the most popular spots include Curator’s Office
, Hamiltonian Gallery
, Gallery Plan B
, and Project 4
4. Get a history lesson on the Heritage Trail
This local treasure is organized and run by the community. The Heritage Trail
offers a 1.5-mile walking tour through the neighborhood’s storied past where you can view famous homes, Civil War camps, and the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church (which dates back to 1866). On nice weather days, it’s a great way to put the neighborhood’s progress into perspective. Be sure to take notice of the neoclassical National City Christian Church at 5 Thomas Circle NW. The architectural firm that designed the building also conceived the Thomas Jefferson Memorial and National Archive.
Logan Circle is one of Washington, D.C.’s most treasured districts. When you’re in the area, please do not hesitate to reach out. It would be my pleasure to introduce you to Logan Circle and other historic areas in and around the city.