Guests in our DC office often have questions about the area and their visit to the firm. Some of the most frequently asked questions we encounter include:
Q: Can I take public transportation to your office?
A: Our DC office is easily accessible by both car and public transportation. For more information about getting to our office by metro, bus or car. please click here.
Q: Is there a parking garage nearby?
A: Parking options are available for visitors who drive to our office. There is 'Colonial Parking' beneath our building at 20th and K St. (202) 429-2815. Additionally, there are several other clearly marked public parking garages near our building and meter street parking along K St.
Q: Once I arrive at the firm, how do I locate the attorney I am looking for?
A: When you arrive at 1999 K Street, please check in at the security desk in the lobby with a photo ID. After signing the guest book, you may take the elevator to the 5th floor. Please proceed directly to the Goulston & Storrs reception desk where our receptionist will announce your arrival so that someone may greet you promptly.
Q: What are some options for local dining?
A: Washington DC offers some of the world’s finest dining. See a sampling of restaurants or visit www.opentable.com
to explore the many options.
Q: What hotels are located near your office?
A: Please click here for some local hotel options.
Q: Who does the firm’s flowers?
A: The firm’s fresh floral arrangements are done by The Virginia Florist, which can be contacted at (703) 765-3355.
Q: Who does the Art Work for the Office?
A: The firm’s art work is personally created by Mindy Weisel, the talented wife of Director, Sheldon Weisel.
Q: What are some local attractions?
A: Washington DC has many attractions. Here is a sampling of some offerings:
Hockey is always exciting! Check out our local team by visiting the official website
Baseball is our nation’s favorite pastime. Visit the team’s website www.nationals.com
to take in a game.
Washington DC’s basketball team guarantees fun. For information about the team or to see a game, please visit www.wizards.com
Shopping & Tours
Some may argue that Washington DC is the heart of our great country. There are numerous attractions for all ages including historical sites, touring opportunities, galleries, theatres and museums, not to mention great shopping and restaurants. Notched out of the state of Maryland where the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers connect, Washington DC is a beautiful city to experience first hand. Following is a sampling of what our city has to offer.
Cherry Blossom Cruise
Celebrate one of Washington's most popular springtime events from the water aboard a 3-hour dinner cruise. A portion of the proceeds benefits the National Park Service Cherry Tree Endowment Fund & the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
See Washington DC from both land and water by traveling in an original WW II DUKW amphibious vehicle. This 90 minute tour takes you through the city streets before splashing down into the Potomac River.
OnBoard Washington DC Sightseeing Tour
OnBoard Washington DC Sightseeing Tours gives passengers a taste of the best that DC has to offer. The most popular Washington DC attractions are covered including the Capitol Building, Washington Monument, World War II Memorial and many more.
Monuments by Moonlight Night Tour
Washington DC's spectacular monuments are particularly moving at night. Take a 2 1/2 hour fully narrated tour with stops at the Iwo Jima Memorial, FDR Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veteran and Korean War Memorials.
This is the perfect tour for both newcomers and locals. See virtually all of DC’s famous sites while learning facts and hearing stories about Washington DC. Named "Washington's Best Tour" by the Washingtonian Magazine, the 2 Day Old Town Trolley Washington DC Pass is highly recommended. Visit Washington's major attractions such as the Lincoln Memorial, Georgetown, Washington National and more!
Washington DC Monuments Bike Tour
This is a leisurely way to explore the city’s monuments and memorials around the National Mall and Potomac Tidal Basin. Visit and learn about the famous Washington sites, like the FDR Memorial and the WWI Memorial.
Georgetown is the capital’s bustling historic waterfront offering shopping and restaurants for everyone.
Take in professional theatre productions at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts.
Madame DC Wax Museum
Get a close look at our country’s historical figures reproduced in life-like wax figures.
Located in Northern Virginia, just minutes from Washington, DC, Mount Vernon is a full day excursion. Visit the 500-acre estate of George Washington and his family, explore art galleries and theaters, and tour the 14-room mansion furnished with original objects dating back to the 1740's.
National Air & Space Museum
The NASM displays the largest collection of air and spacecraft in the world. Take in the IMAX films and planetarium shows as well!
National Museum of Natural History
Examine a wide variety of artifacts including an 80-foot dinosaur skeleton, an enormous prehistoric white shark, and the 45-and-a-half carat Hope Diamond.
The National Zoo is one of the most kid-friendly places to visit in Washington, DC. Visit more than 400 different species of animals within the Rock Creek National Park.
Washington DC Office
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One Lafayette Square
16th & H Streets N.W.
Washington, DC 20006
1150 22nd Street, NW
Washington, DC 20037
(800) 241-3333 or (202) 835-0500
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Washington, DC 20037
(800) 393-3053 or (202) 872-1500
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1200 19th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
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Washington DC 20006
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