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Navy Yard, Washington, DC

Did you know? Approximately half of the land within the boundaries of Navy Yard is occupied by the Washington Navy Yard. This is how the neighborhood got its name. The area not covered by the Navy Yard is packed with great outdoor activities, shops and restaurants.

Overview of Navy Yard

Bordered on the East and South by the Anacostia River, Navy Yard has emerged from its industrial roots to become one of the most up-and-coming neighborhoods in D.C. Located just south of Capitol Hill, Navy Yard gives residents and visitors a chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of D.C. proper. With a newly developed Riverfront, which includes Nationals Park, Navy Yard is a hit with families and sports enthusiasts. The area is seeing a rapid expansion of restaurants, bars and shops.

Best of Navy Yard

Check out some of Navy Yard's finest offerings.

Best Place to Break a Sweat: With tons of group fitness classes, personal training and an onsite spa, VIDA fitness is your go-to gym in the Navy Yard neighborhood.

Best Hair Salon: Bang Salon is a cutting-edge hair salon with great stylists and top-of-the-line products.

Best Date Spot: If sushi is your thing, the ambiance at Kruba D.C. is the perfect place to take a date.

Best Spot to Socialize: A local brewery with delicious pub food, Bluejacket is the perfect hangout spot.

Top 5 Navy Yard Adventures

  1. Enjoy a day at the ballpark: Enjoy a day at the beautiful Yards Park, which has something for kids and adults of all ages.
  2. Spend your day learning about the history of the U.S.: Navy History buffs will love visiting the National Museum of the U.S. Navy. With a number of permanent and visiting exhibits, guests will learn everything that they ever wanted to know about the U.S. Navy.
  3. Get outside at Yards Park: Enjoy a day at the beautiful Yards Park, which has something for kids and adults of all ages.
  4. Try your luck at being a trapeze artist: One of just five locations in the U.S., the Navy Yard is home to the Trapeze School New York. Visitors can sign up for indoor and outdoor classes or watch others do daring rope tricks.
  5. Visit D.C.'s best park: The Washington Canal Park, completed in 2012, is a beautiful, modern family park. You can ice skate, dine at the park's restaurant or play in the pedestrian fountain.