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West Potomac Park

4.5 star rating: Recommended 18 Reviews

National memorials, more than 1,600 Japanese cherry trees and the beautiful Constitution Gardens make West Potomac Park a great place to explore when visiting ...  Read more

Shriver House Museum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 11 Reviews

In 1860, the Civil War came to Gettysburg, Penn., changing the lives of the town's citizens forever. The stories of the townspeople are told at the Shriver ...  Read more

Adams Morgan

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

Better known for nightlife than tourist attractions, this diverse, funky neighborhood is proof that D.C. has a soul. Once an exclusively African-American part ...  Read more

Embassy Row

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

Colorful rowhouses, trees, and foreign embassies line Massachusetts Avenue near Dupont Circle in Washington DC. This area, dubbed “embassy row” for the sheer ...  Read more

Madame Tussauds Washington DC

4 star rating: Recommended 810 Reviews

Unlike her lifelike figures, Madame Tussaud was a real human being, a wax sculptor in 1770s Paris who became an art tutor at the Palace Of Versailles. During ...  Read more

Bureau of Engraving and Printing

4 star rating: Recommended 207 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 207 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 207 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 207 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 207 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

Monticello

4 star rating: Recommended 52 Reviews

Thomas Jefferson himself designed much of Monticello, his plantation home. After serving as Secretary of State, the United States's third president ...  Read more

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)

4 star rating: Recommended 42 Reviews

Renamed in 1998 in honor of former U.S. president Ronald Reagan, this urban airport opened its doors in 1926 and is the hub for US Airways. The airport ...  Read more

Vietnam Veterans Memorial

4 star rating: Recommended 24 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 19 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

Michie Tavern

4 star rating: Recommended 15 Reviews

Travel back in time to the year 1784 at Michie Tavern, a Virginia Historic Landmark. Owned originally by Scotsman William Michie, the site served as the ...  Read more

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