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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

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

Colonial Williamsburg

“That the future may learn from the past.” Colonial Williamsburg’s original motto holds true today, as this 301-acre living history museum recreates the ...  Read more

Congressional Cemetery

Founded in 1807, the Congressional Cemetery is the only “cemetery of national memory” founded before the Civil War. The Congressional Cemetery occupies nearly ...  Read more

Department of State

The 8,000-employee office of the Secretary of State is responsible for America’s relations with foreign governments, and operates the U.S.’s diplomatic ...  Read more

DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum

Don’t mistake the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum for an antiques boutique; everything in this space is for seeing, not buying. The museum showcases ...  Read more

Eastern Market

Housed in a 19th-century brick building, Eastern Market hosts a busy farmers' market and flea market. On weekends, artisans and antique dealers also station ...  Read more

East Potomac Park

Located just south of the Jefferson Memorial, East Potomac Park is a man-made island between the Potomac River and the Washington Channel. It’s also a popular ...  Read more

Folger Shakespeare Library

Set in Capitol Hill in a unique building that blends Streamline Moderne and Greco Deco, this independent research library contains the world’s largest ...  Read more

Franciscan Monastery

Formally named the Mount St. Sepulchre Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America, this Byzantine-style church and religious retreat near Catholic ...  Read more

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

Part of the National Mall and National Park Service, this 7.5-acre park dedicated to America’s 32nd president features a series of four outdoor artworks ...  Read more

Frederick Douglass National Historic Site

Cedar Hill was the Anacostia neighborhood home of famed orator, writer and abolitionist Frederick Douglass between 1878 and his death in 1895. Filled with ...  Read more

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