2 Hours Exploring Georgetown’s Book Hill

Stop One

Explore local art

The 1500 and 1600 block of Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown houses an abundance of local art galleries. Find a piece to purchase or simply browse at Artist’s Proof, Addison/Ripley Fine Art, Maurine Littleton Gallery, Cross Mackenzie Gallery and more.


Stop Two

Dig for treasures in antique shops

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Book Hill’s two-block stretch is also home to a number of antique shops and local clothing stores. Try David Bell Antiques, Pillar and Post, and Marston Luce for vintage treasures, and Lynn Louisa and Pretty Chic Boutique for some feminine finds.


Stop Three

Relax in Book Hill Park

Book Hill Park
Wisconsin Avenue and Reservoir Road NW
Patisserie Poupon
1645 Wisconsin Avenue NW
The popular part of Georgetown takes its name from an actual park at the top of Wisconsin named Book Hill. Pick up some sweets at nearby Patisserie Poupon and recline on the sloping green space that is Book Hill Park.  


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