Dupont Circle is the major intersection of New Hampshire Ave. NW, Connecticut Ave. NW, and Massachusetts Ave. NW at O St. NW. The neighborhood of the same name which extends out from the Circle boasts Washington's greatest concentration of cafes, bookstores, and art galleries. Home to a large number of restaurants, clubs, museums, shops, and foreign embassies, Dupont Circle is also considered to be the cultural center for the lesbian, gay, and bisexual population of the city. The area is bounded by Adams Morgan and Kalorama to the north, Shaw and Cardozo to the east, Foggy Bottom and downtown to the south, and Rock Creek Park on the west.
Dupont Circle Citizens Association
Promotes the interests of neighborhood residents through charitable, educational, and historic preservation activities. Includes meeting calendar, association blog, and information about community partnerships.
Dupont Circle Conservancy
Volunteer membership-based non-profit organization promoting the preservation of Dupont Circle's historic character and architecture. Includes project guidelines, historic district map, and leadership information.
Dupont Circle Historic District
National Park Service description of the history of this neighborhood and its architecture.
Flickr: Dupont Circle Main Streets
Repository of photographs taken in Washington, DC's Dupont Circle neighborhood.
Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets
Organization working to improve local commerce, save historic architecture, and increase public participation. Provides information on goals and mission, photo gallery, and business directory.
Wikipedia: Dupont Circle
Article from the online Wikipedia encyclopedia
Wikitravel: Washington, D.C./Dupont Circle
Open source travel guide covers sights, restaurants and lodging.
Yahoo Groups!: Dupont Forum
Discussion group for residents of Dupont Circle to discuss neighborhood concerns and share information on current community issues. Yahoo! Groups registration required.