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The National Mall is the open green space between the U.S. Capitol and the Washington Monument . Four rows of elm trees line either side that are in front of the Smithsonian Museums , East and ...
To some, Washington DC means white marble, verdant lawns, and the colorful, ritualistic pageantry of American politics: the Capitol dome; limousine processions on Inauguration Day; the mournful, ...
Written by Hudson, USA, October 2012
While it might be easy enough to focus your time spent in DC
just visiting one of the areas many museums or places of historic or
national interest, it’s equally easy to overlook that DC boasts ...
Written by Washington DC Expert:Vera, USA, September 2011
Yes, things do seem to be winding down in Washington
for the season (How can you tell? Because I’ve gotten a chance to write
again!), but that doesn’t mean the fun is over. I actually think ...
Written by Hudson, USA, December 2012
Just about everyone knows that the holidays in Washington DC
are quite spectacular. The capital of the United States gets all warm
with Christmas cheer though the temperature dips. And ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, July 2011
Often referred to as “The Nation's River,” the Potomac , which divides Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Washington D.C. ,
was once an integral part of both the Civil War and Native American ...
Written by Hudson, USA, September 2012
Fall is a great time to visit Washington DC .
The trees begin to shed their leaves, the air turns cool, and the hard
heat of the summer is at an end. The whole town appears more peaceful.
Written by Hudson, USA, January 2013
Looking for things to do in Washington DC
in the winter? Aside from bundling up and heading from monument to
monument there’s plenty to do in DC, summer, spring, winter or fall.
Aside from ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2011
Frederick Douglass tends to be one of those figures that most Americans
recognize but about whom no one can elaborate, except maybe to say he
wrote a thing or two. Just outside of Washington DC ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, September 2011
Where can you find astronauts, doctors, pilots, civil-rights
activists, and President John F. Kennedy? Just a metro-ride away from
downtown Washington D.C.
Depending on the reason for your ...
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DC Segway Night Tour
Explore Washington DC at night as you glide through the streets on the hippest transportation around - the Segway! Experience this unique and once-in-a-lifetime way of visiting the highlights, including: the U.S. Capitol Building, the White House, the Washington Monument, and many more. Don't miss the chance of seeing DC in this fun and exciting way!
Viator Guides in Washington DC
Book a private tour of Washington DC with a Viator guide! Let our local guides show you around DC's top destinations while sharing fascinating stories and facts about the city.