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US Navy Memorial

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

The outdoor US Navy Memorial is a circular plaza with a "Granite Sea" map of the world. Two tall, arced buildings encompass the map in the center, the ...  Read more

Busch Gardens

Sure, touring the monuments and museums of Washington DC is an incredible learning experience about the history of our nation, but if all of the touring has ...  Read more

Holocaust Museum

The somber, sobering Holocaust Museum is unlike any other museum in Washington D.C. In remembering the millions murdered by the Nazis, it is brutal, ...  Read more

Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum

When Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, wife of John D. Rockefeller, loaned part of her folk art collection to the Ludwell-Paradise House in Williamsburg in 1935, she ...  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

Art Museum of the Americas

Set in a graceful Spanish Colonial home designed by Paul Cret (architect of the Folger Shakespeare Library), this intimate museum is dedicated to art from ...  Read more

Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

The largest Roman Catholic church in North America and one of the ten largest churches in the world, this unique Roman-Byzantine building is set beside the ...  Read more

Bureau of Engraving and Printing

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

Bureau of Engraving and Printing

You will see more money printed in one hour-long tour at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing than you may ever see in your lifetime. This federal agency, ...  Read more

Chinatown

An iconic Chinese Gate called the Friendship Arch greets visitors as they enter Chinatown, a historic neighborhood near downtown Washington DC. Chinatown has ...  Read more

Christ Church

Feel the reverence of history and the weight of time at Christ Church in Old Town Alexandria, where visitors today sit in the same pews where George ...  Read more

Christian Heurich House Museum

This distinctive 1892 Victorian home in Dupont Circle, the first fireproof building in the city, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Often ...  Read more

Church of the Epiphany

Opened in 1844, this historic Episcopal, -style church has been added to the National Register of Historical Places. Used as a hospital for Union troops in ...  Read more

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