Georgetown Glow Lights Up the Neighborhood

Georgetown Glow is arguably one of the most underrated holiday light displays in Washington, DC. For starters, none of the light displays are holiday themed. However, many of the pieces invoke feelings of friendship, joy, and warmth. So you still leave feeling that holiday cheer. The lights are also spread out all over the neighborhood and not just concentrated near the waterfront. This means visitors can explore the streets of Georgetown including holiday window displays and restaurants.

A few of our favorite displays are below.

 

Georgetown Glow will be lit nightly from 5 pm to 10 pm until January 7.  Keep this holiday outing on budget with inexpensive options a few streets away from the waterfront like tacos from El Centro or pizza from &pizza.

Good For
Holiday lights walk

Cost
Free

Where
Starts at: Washington Harbour (3000 K Street NW)

Getting There
There is no metro near Georgetown so plan to drive or Uber/Lyft. There is garage parking near the waterfront and you can usually find street parking a few blocks away.

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I'm Kelley Smith and I love sharing tips on how to best explore Washington, DC. I love pretty much anything I can eat plus really good beer and whiskey served by story telling bartenders. I also like sassy museum guides, photogenic architecture, and colorful urban gardens.

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