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Bureau of Engraving and Printing

4 star rating: Recommended 205 Reviews

When the Bureau opened in 1862 in the basement of the Treasury building, six people were employed in creating all the nation’s paper money; by 1914, operations ...  Read more

Dupont Circle

4 star rating: Recommended 205 Reviews

Centered around an elegant traffic circle at the intersection of Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts Avenues, this upscale yet urban neighborhood is ...  Read more

National Museum of the American Indian

4 star rating: Recommended 205 Reviews

One of the newest branches of the Smithsonian, this 2004 museum is dedicated to the history, arts and culture of Native Americans throughout the Western ...  Read more

Old Post Office Pavilion

4 star rating: Recommended 205 Reviews

Designed by American architect Willoughby Edbrooke, this enormous Romanesque Revival building was the largest office building in D.C. when it opened in 1899. ...  Read more

Washington Masonic National Memorial

4 star rating: Recommended 205 Reviews

This 333-foot-tall museum and library atop Shooter’s Hill in Old Town Alexandria was built in honor of George Washington, a devoted Mason; it was dedicated on ...  Read more

Vietnam Veterans Memorial

4 star rating: Recommended 17 Reviews

If not one of the most powerful in the world, the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial is certainly one of the most powerful in Washington D.C. The iconic memorial is ...  Read more

Georgetown

4 star rating: Recommended 12 Reviews

Fronting the Potomac River, Georgetown is an evocative neighborhood, combining the most elegant, wedding-cake exterior décor of Washington D.C. with a ...  Read more

Decatur House

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 17 Reviews

Designed in 1818 for the War of 1812 naval hero Stephen Decatur, Decatur House holds the honor of being the first and last house on Lafayette Square to be ...  Read more

National Academy of Sciences

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 17 Reviews

Created by Congress in 1863, the National Academy of Sciences conducts research in a wide variety of studies and provides its results to the U.S. government. ...  Read more

Tudor Place

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 17 Reviews

Set on more than five acres in Georgetown, this historic Federal-era was home to six generations of the Peter family from 1805 to 1984. Thomas Peter’s father ...  Read more

Woodrow Wilson House

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 17 Reviews

The retirement home for President Woodrow Wilson his wife Edith, this Georgian Revival house on Embassy Row earned its National Historic Preservation Site ...  Read more

Cherry Blossoms in Washington DC

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

In 1912, the United States was given 3,020 cherry trees as a gift of friendship, which were planted around Washington DC. Today, locals and visitors can ...  Read more

African-American Civil War Museum

Every museum has a mission, and the African-American Civil War Museum makes the point that for some, the Civil War was about secession versus union, but for ...  Read more

Albert Einstein Memorial

Set out front of the National Academy of Sciences Building, this whimsically enormous memorial of Albert Einstein contemplating the universe was dedicated on ...  Read more

Anderson House (Society of the Cincinnati)

When Larz Anderson, a wealthy American diplomat, died in 1937, his widow donated their 50-room mansion - the Anderson House - and its contents in Dupont Circle ...  Read more

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