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  • 21


    555 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
    39 reviews

    An often whimsical journey through the history of the news and its various methods of publishing it to the public. The kids love it. The gift shop has something to catch everyone's eye. Don't miss it!

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  • 22

    Tidal Basin

    1501 Maine Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20024
    39 reviews

    The Tidal Basin is a body of water that is edges by several of DC's monuments - The MLK Memorial sits facing the water and just across from it is the Jefferson Memorial. There are benches on the edge of the water that make great spots for photo ops.

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  • 23

    Washington National Cathedral

    3109 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016-5015
    37 reviews

    The architecure of this place is absolutely fabulous. Once again, the sheer size of this cathedral left me in awe. What great feats people can accomplish for their faith. Absolutely magnificent place to visit and take some nice pictures.

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  • 24

    Smithsonian Institution Building

    1000 Jefferson Drive Southwest, Washington, DC, United States
    39 reviews

    The Smithsonian Institution Building isn't given enough credit by visitors! It's an administrative building, but it also has some amazing permanent exhibits on its first floor that are worth a look. Its gardens are well-kept, and a great place to have lunch in!

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  • 25

    Dupont Circle

    Dupont Circle, Washington, DC, USA
    43 reviews

    Congress can't close down lively Dupont Circle, one of DC's most vibrant neighborhoods. Named for the big traffic circle at its center, come here for hip bars and restaurants.

    Popular withLocalFoodiesLGBT
  • 26

    Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial

    Washington D.C., District of Columbia 20024, United States
    35 reviews

    A modern monument in a different style then the others you see on the Mall. Martin Luther King overlooks the Tidal Basin towards Thomas Jefferson monument. This visitor center as on the other side of the road.

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  • 27

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

    W. Basin Drive South West, Washington, DC 20037
    39 reviews

    The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial is a great monument among many around the Washington, DC area. The cascading waterfalls creates a more tranquil and less defiant characteristic to the memorial.

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  • 28

    Capitol Hill

    Capitol Hill, Washington D.C., DC
    33 reviews

    Tours are available, but the building is grand even from a distance. Visiting such an important location is a great experience for all ages.

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  • 29

    Ford's Theatre

    511 10th Street North West, Washington, DC 20004-1402
    31 reviews

    Visiting Fords is like taking a step back in time. History comes alive from the moment you step through the door! The museum downstairs lets you get up close and personal and has everything on display from the pillow Lincoln bled and died on to the tassels that hung from his coffin. They even have John Wilks Booths' own diary, ...

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  • 30

    The National Archives

    700 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
    29 reviews

    No cameras or any electronics allowed inside, but that's okay. If you haven't been here, it's such a great experience to see the Constitution written by our Founding Fathers. Other documents stored here are the Magna Carta and The Constitution,

    Popular withHistoryStudentsFamilies
  • 31

    National Museum of the American Indian

    Independence Avenue Southwest, Washington, DC, United States
    29 reviews

    Like many DC visitors, I come to the Museum of the American Indian for one main reason: the cafeteria. True, it is hectic, jumbled, poorly organized and a pain to get through, but the food is fantastic. There are a few different stations where you can hop in line to try various Native American fare; the last time I came ...

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  • 32

    U.S. Botanic Garden

    100 Maryland Avenue, Southwest, Washington, DC 20024
    25 reviews

    This garden is between the National Capitol and the National Indians Museum. It house some the rare plants around the county put them on display. It’s fully accessible and will need about 1 hour.

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  • 33

    Eastern Market

    225 7th Street Southeast #9, Washington, DC, United States
    21 reviews

    In DC for the weekend? If so, you must check out the expanded markets on Saturday and Sunday afternoons! Eastern Market is a treat in and of itself with fresh produce, meats, etc., but on weekends, you can find everything from clothing to photos to magazines and books. Lots of great places for a lunch break, so enjoy your day ...

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  • 34

    John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

    2700 F Street, Northwest, Washington, DC 20037
    22 reviews

    The Kennedy Center offers a variety of performances representing different cultures and art forms. From Broadway musicals to Opera. Piano solos to the symphony. The ballet to modern dance. There's something for everyone. Free performances almost daily and a free shuttle from the Foggy Bottom Metro make this a must stop for anyone visiting DC.

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  • 35

    Nationals Park

    1500 South Capitol Street, Southeast, Washington, DC 20003-3599
    25 reviews

    I can't vouch for the success of the home team but a visit to Nationals Park never disappoints. This brand new, state of the art stadium ensures a good time for all, with treats for the little ones and frosty beverages for the adults. The stadium does a great job of keeping the entertainment coming even when play is slow ...

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  • 36


    Adams Morgan, Washington, DC, USA
    27 reviews

    Most tourists to DC know about Georgetown and that's a great place to visit, but Adam's-Morgan - DC's "other" nightlife neighborhood is often overlooked. It's a lot more earthy and real than it's upscale sister - and you'll have loads of fun exploring African dance clubs, Ethiopian restaurants and Nepalese gift shops. It's eclectic and truly international.

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  • 37

    9:30 Club

    815 V Street Northwest, Washington D.C., DC
    20 reviews

    As I'm sure you'll hear from others: if you've been here, you definitely love the band you're seeing. It's in a developing part of the city and a lot safer than when I first went in 2001. It's surrounded by some great local bars and restaurants. American Ice is a great place to get a drink right before a concert.

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  • 38

    National Portrait Gallery

    Eighth and F Streets NW, Washington, DC, United States
    21 reviews

    FREE and wonderful way to walk through the portraits of US Presidents, authors, movie stars and inventors. A time vault of US history focusing on the people who made it great.

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  • 39

    The Potomac River Washington DC

    3500 K Street NW, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia
    16 reviews

    love it

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  • 40

    Rock Creek Park

    5200 Glover Road Northwest, Washington, DC 20015-1008
    19 reviews

    We stayed in a hotel right next to this park so we had to go by it every time we went into the center of DC. We also decided to walk a little in the park which was lovely and a nice respite from the cars and congestion of the city. If we had bikes it would have been even ...

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