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With an ideal blend of geometry and art, the nation's capital is one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities in the world. It's also filled with memorable structures and institutions that make it one of the country's top tourist attractions. With a vast array of historical sites, monuments and museums, Washington DC offers a wealth of sights and activities that make it a great destination for learning, recreation and fun.

Verizon Center

Category: Entertainment
See the music industry's biggest stars and catch NBA and NHL action at the Verizon Center, Washington DC's most popular sports and entertainment venue.
601 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004
See the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, along with historic gravesites of some of the most famous Americans, including President John F. Kennedy.
1 Memorial Ave, Arlington, Virginia 22211
Home to the U.S. Congress, this popular DC attraction is one of the key symbols of American democracy and a fascinating place to spend an afternoon.
First Street SE, Washington, DC 20004
See some of the world's rarest exhibits and artifacts when you visit the 15 different museums that make up the world-renowned Smithsonian Institution.
1000 Jefferson Drive SW, Washington, DC 20004


Category: Family / Kids
This huge, seven-level facility offers a vast collection of galleries, photographs, videos and exhibits dedicated to the history of news and journalism.
555 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001

National Zoo

Category: Family / Kids
See the world's most famous panda duo along with several fascinating exhibits featuring an array of different animal species.
3001 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008
Perhaps the most iconic attraction in Washington DC, the White House offers guided tours featuring exhibits, films and Presidential artifacts from some of the most important leaders in American history.
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC  20500
A trip to the Nations' Capital is not complete without exploring some of the country's most historical and awe inspiring works of art
Washington, DC
Take a 500-foot elevator ride to the top of the Washington Monument and view the nation's capital like you've never seen it before.
National Mall, Washington, DC
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