Washington DC is known for its infamous traffic circles, yet Logan Circle is not just a traffic circle. It is DC’s only residential traffic circle boasting a statue of Civil War General John Logan on his horse, backdropped by a Victorian skyline of the turrets and towers of grand Victorian mansions that line the streets. Logan Circle is a historically rich neighborhood where old time charm meets a hip indie vibe. Walk the Logan Circle Heritage Trail admiring the architecture of one of DC’s most appealing neighborhoods, view the work of emerging artists at the many galleries then head over to 14th Street, where it’s hip and happening. From sampling fresh oysters in a French Brasserie or authentic Belgium cuisine to sipping on a fine coffee brew or a local craft beer, the scene on 14th Street is the place to be. Bookstores, vintage finds, hip décor stores, chic boutiques and bustling bars. Logan Circle is an arts, entertainment and dining destination worthy of a visit.
Metro: Logan Circle has no metro station, though the U Street and Dupont Circle stops are close by. Logan is just a short half mile walk to every Metro line in the District — Dupont (Red), McPherson Square (Orange/Blue/Silver), U Street (Green/Yellow).