5 Things to Do in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Kensington
Browse the Row: Bethesda Row is a local favorite for shopping and dining. Shoppers can browse clothing and accessories at Bonobos, the North Face, Kate Spade and other fantastic stores. Moreover, Apple fans can grab the latest products at the gorgeous Apple Store on Bethesda Avenue. There are also numerous spas and salons to help you de-stress and relax. During the spring and summer, residents and visitors particularly enjoy dining outside along the Row.
Explore the Trail: The Capital Crescent Trail is an 11-mile trail connecting Silver Spring to Washington D.C. that runs through Bethesda. The trail is popular among walkers, joggers, bikers and rollerbladers. Notably, it was designed along the abandoned rails of the Georgetown Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad.
Treat Yourself: As mentioned above, Chevy Chase is widely-regarded as a prime destination for luxury and high-end shopping. So, whether you’re looking for a gift or to treat yourself, you’ll definitely find something at one of the boutiques or department stores in the neighborhood.
Go Antiquing: Spend an afternoon browsing around the shops in Kensington’s historic Antique Row. The neighborhood boasts individual antiques and specialty shops and a multi-dealer antiques market. You might just find the next conversation piece for your living room!
Catch a Show: Find world-class entertainment at the Strathmore Music Center, a gorgeous, symphony hall in North Bethesda that hosts artists across all music genres. Notable past performers include Tony Bennett, Morrissey, Brian Wilson and the Culture Club.