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Capital Hilton to Host DC's Festival of Magic Throughout Labor Day Weekend
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DC's Festival of Magic is coming to the Capital Hilton! From September 3 through September 5, guests can plan a magical Labor Day Weekend getaway or a memorable staycation at this historic hotel. Located within walking distance to some of the city's top attractions, the Capital Hilton is the perfect destination for guests to explore the nation's capital. 

Several exciting and mind-boggling performances await along with some truly magical room packages. The hotel's bar, Statler Lounge, will also be joining in on the fun, stirring up some themed bites and beverages to enjoy while watching the performances. Sip the Houdini-tini and watch expert magician Rahaan Jackson perform masterful sleight of hand tricks. Rahaan stars in the acclaimed 'Washington Magic' show. He performs vibrant, interactive, modern-styled magic designed to captivate all.

For more than 75 years, Capital Hilton has had the honor of hosting presidents, dignitaries, and countless notable leaders alike, and there is much to discover about the history of the iconic hotel. It's history and heritage has accrued it many honors, including membership in Historic Hotels of America and a listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Families will relish the opportunity to step back in time and immerse themselves into the history of both the Capital Hilton and Washington, DC.

Discover the history of the Capital Hilton here.
Read the full schedule of events for DC's Festival of Magic here.

About Historic Hotels of America®
Historic Hotels of America is the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation for recognizing, celebrating, and promoting the finest historic hotels. Each fascinating place has been inducted into this distinguished program based upon noteworthy standards, including quality of accommodations, historic significance, record of preserving authenticity, sense of place and architectural integrity.

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