Disney is just on a roll lately. The massive rollout of Disney+ and the smashing box office success of Frozen 2 are just two of their most recent victories. It’s an excellent time to be a Disney fan.
If you’re a Disney fan and you’ll be in the Washington, DC, area in February — or you’re just looking to plan a mini-vacation — then you are not going to want to miss the latest production of Disney on Ice, “Disney On Ice presents Celebrate Memories.”
This mesmerizing show takes through all the hits: You’ll sail along the high-seas with Moana, venture through the kingdom of Arendelle with the characters of Frozen, and embark on an adventure to infinity and beyond with your Toy Story favorites. When “Disney On Ice presents Celebrate Memories” comes to Washington, DC this winter, it will be the perfect time to visit the nation’s capital. Here is everything that you need to know about this magical show on ice.
Disney On Ice Presents Celebrate Memories Details
The fun begins on Thursday, February 13, 2020, with shows continuing through February 17. A variety of evening, morning, and afternoon performances make it easy to find the best show for your family’s needs and preferences. All shows will be held at the Capital One Arena in downtown Washington, DC. Tickets are on sale now for all performances.
Where To Stay
With such a wide variety of choices for hotels in Washington, DC, it can often be challenging to find the best option. The Grand Hyatt Washington is a popular choice that can check all of your requirements: central location, Metro station access directly in the lobby, modern guestrooms, and a location within easy walking distance of Capital One Arena. Or choose the Henley Park Hotel. With its convenient location, this hotel is another great option. It offers free Wi-Fi, a fitness center, and opulent guest rooms and public spaces.
Family Fun In Washington, DC
While in the area, be sure to take advantage of all of the family fun to be had. Right around the corner from the Capital One Arena, you will find the International Spy Museum. This unique museum fascinates visitors with its exploration of all things espionage. No trip to DC is complete without visiting all of the various museums of the Smithsonian Institution. Regardless of the interests of your travel party, you will find a Smithsonian museum to fit your fancy. Best of all, these museums are all free to visit.
Young travelers will especially love checking out the giant pandas at the National Zoological Park, exploring all of the aircraft at the Air and Space Museum, or taking in the wonder of the National Museum of Natural History. Even if you cannot get coveted tickets to see the inside of the White House, a visit to the popular White House Visitor Center should be tops on your list of things to do.
Where To Eat
Not too far from Capital One Arena, you will find the District of Pi. This friendly pizza joint serves up both deep and thin-crust pizza along with a world-class craft beer list, making it a good stop for some grub either before or after Disney on Ice. If you are traveling with kids, be sure to stop by Ted’s Bulletin. This upscale diner dishes up classic American dishes with a modern twist. Don’t forget to save room for their famous homemade tarts, offered in a bevy of flavors. For a quick breakfast on the go, do not miss Baked & Wired, located in the lovely Georgetown area.