In the Neighborhood

Photo of museum entrance

While the museum does not have a café on site, there are many dining options nearby. The following restaurants are located within a few blocks.

Circa (American)
2221 I (Eye) Street, NW
202-506-5589

Founding Farmers (organic American)
1924 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
202-822-8783

Lindy’s Red Lion (Burgers)
2040 I Street, NW
202-452-0055

Roti Mediterranean Grill (Wraps)
2221 I (Eye) Street, NW
202-499-2095

The Shops at 2000 Penn
(Au Bon Pain, Bertucci’s, Chipotle)
2000 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Paul (Fast casual French)
2000 Pennsylvania Ave NW
(202) 524-4655

Soi 38 (Thai)
2101 L Street, NW
202-558-9215

Starbucks
2130 H Street, NW
(202) 994-0200

Sweetgreen (Salads)
2221 I (Eye) Street, NW
202-507-8357

Tonic (American)
2036 G Street, NW
202-296-0211

Whole Foods
2201 I (Eye) Street, NW
202-296-1660

District Commons (American)
2200 Washington Circle NW
(202) 587-8277

Devon and Blakely (Soup, salad, sandwiches)
2200 Pennsylvania Ave NW
(202) 659-9070

FoBo Gro (Grab-and-go sandwiches and salads)
2140 F St NW
(202) 296-0125

Potbelly’s (Sandwiches and salads)
616 23rd St NW
(202) 242-8700

On View

A Nomad's Art: Kilims of Anatolia

Woven by women to adorn tents and camel caravans, kilims are enduring records of life in Turkey’s nomadic communities, as well as stunning examples of abstract art.

Faig Ahmed: Nonvisual Language

This intimate exhibition introduces new works and installations by acclaimed Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed.

Treasures from the Albert H. Small Collection

A selection of maps, letters, prints, and artifacts on display from the museum’s Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection includes recent acquisitions and rare treasures.

Eye of the Bird: Visions and Views of D.C.'s Past

This exhibition examines the evolution of Washington, D.C., through two new panoramic landscape paintings by local artist Peter Waddell and related works.

Detail of artwork by Vernal Bogren Swift

Selections from The Textile Museum Collections

You can always find a rotating selection of objects from The Textile Museum collections on view in the museum's lower-level galleries, including many objects that have rarely or never before been displayed.

Textiles 101

Interactive displays allow you to enter the mind of an artist to explore fiber, structure, color, and the creative choices that influence textile design.