Stadium-Armory, Washington Places

Part of our Washington travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Stadium-Armory, including DC United, Indian Craft & Map Store shops and Congressional Cemetery.
  • The best place in Stadium-Armory Washington: DC United

    DC United

    2400 E Capitol St SE
    Directly related to the RFK Stadium entry, the DC United are the last sports team remaining at the stadium. A founding member of the MLS, and with four MLS cup titles under their belts since 1996, United matches are always exciting. With a rabid and diverse fanbase, relatively inexpensive tickets, and an excellent tailgate atmosphere in lot 8 before the matches, these are not to be missed. Tickets run $23-52, and for most matches only the lower bowl is on sale, so all seats are good. Premium matches (such as friendlies against European clubs) can run slightly more, and the upper bowl opens for these. For the full experience, hook up with some members of the Barra Brava supporters club before the match in lot 8; as long as you're friendly, sporting black (do NOT wear the colors of the opposing team), and willing to stay on your feet, jumping up and down and learning their chants, they'll gladly hook you up with a $32 ticket that gets you into their designated sections, 135-138. These special tickets are cash only, and become available 15 minutes prior to kickoff; you must be accompanied by a member to purchace.
    Anacostia food nearby
  • Indian Craft & Map Store shops

    1849 C St NW
    Want to own a piece of America? OK, you can't actually walk in and purchase federal lands, or buy a mining permit. The gift shops, however, are open to the public. In business since 1938, the Indian Craft Shop has numerous American Indian handcrafted items, including pottery and jewelry, as well as books. The map store resides under the name of "Earth Science Information Center."
    Stadium-Armory
  • Congressional Cemetery

    1801 E St SE
    All sorts of notables from American history found their final resting place here, from composer John Sousa to FBI founder J. Edgar Hoover.
    Anacostia restaurants nearby
  • RFK Stadium

    2400 E Capitol St SE
    's long-time stadium, with a location seemingly planned by L'Enfant, and once one of football's greatest venues, but its age is starting to really show. And that's not just the building—the tenants are all jumping ship. First the Redskins moved to Maryland, then the new Washington Nationals headed for the Waterfront. D.C. United (see below) is still here, and their games are about the most fun you'll ever have at a soccer game in the U.S., kept raucous by both the area's enormous Latino population and the enduring success of the club. But they too are planning an exit strategy—possibly to Poplar Point in Anacostia. If you come here, for soccer, a concert, or another big event, remember that while it may not look so pretty, in its heyday it was one of the greats.
    Anacostia food nearby
  • Langston Golf Course & Driving Range

    Langston Golf Course & Driving Range

    2600 Benning Rd NE
    Langston Golf Course is an 18-hole golf course in Washington, D.C., established in 1939. It was named for John Mercer Langston, an African American who was the first dean of the Howard University School of Law, the first president of Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute, and the first African American elected to the United States Congress from Virginia. It was the second racially desegregated golf course in the District of Columbia, and in 1991 its first nine holes were added to the National Register of Historic Places.
    Stadium-Armory eat nearby
  • Moruss Seafood Crab House

    2902 Minnesota Ave SE
  • Shamrock Fest

    Shamrock Fest

    RFK Stadium
  • Arabian Lounge

    Arabian Lounge

    2001 Benning Road NE
  • Capital Rowing Club

    Capital Rowing Club

    1900 M St SE
  • Capitol City Hostel

    2411 Benning Road NE
  • Amtrak

    Amtrak

    Union Station50 Massachusetts Ave NE
  • Washington Nationals Baseball Club

    Washington Nationals Baseball Club

    Nationals Park1500 S Capitol St SE
  • DC Rollergirls

    DC Rollergirls

    DC Armory2001 E Capitol St SE
  • Starbucks

    800 21st St NE
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
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  • Langston Bar & Grill

    1831 Benning Road, NE
  • Public Bar

    Public Bar

    1214 18th St NW
  • Hong Kong Carryout

    1506 E Capitol St NE
  • Jimmy Valentine's Lonely Hearts Club

    Jimmy Valentine's Lonely Hearts Club

    1103 Bladensburg Rd NE
  • Jannat Kabob & Pizza

    Jannat Kabob & Pizza

    566 25th Pl NE
  • Whole Food Market

    Whole Food Market

    2201 I Street
    Our newest store in Washington, DC will serve the greater Foggy Bottom and George Washington University community at 22nd and I Streets NW.
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  • The Pretzel Bakery

    The Pretzel Bakery

    340 15th St SE
    The Pretzel Bakery serves small batch, hand rolled Philly-style soft pretzel fresh-out-of-the-oven all day. We offer our pretzels with quality mustard and dips. We feature Frank's Black Cherry Wishniak, as well as other regional Philadelphia sodas, and the Boylan's soda line.
    Anacostia
  • Eddies Carryout Shop

    1251 Bladensburg Rd NE
  • Domino's Pizza

    1500 Pennsylvania Ave SE
    Domino's Pizza lets you browse coupons and order online - try the all new hand tossed crust, robust sauce and shredded mozzarella cheese.
    Anacostia
  • China Wok

    China Wok

    1508 Benning Rd NE
  • Mr P's Ribs & Seafood

    566 25th Pl NE
  • Pizza Hut

    Pizza Hut

    1501 Maryland Ave NE
    For more than 50 years, millions of fans like you have inspired Pizza Hut to make delicious products for life’s favorite moments.
    Capitol Hill
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