District Of Columbia Tourist Attractions

The White House is the official residence and workplace of the United States of America's Presidents, except for George Washington, who lived in Philadelphia, at the President's House. It is near the US Capitol House and the Mall, with the widely known address, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington D read more arrow
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The Roosevelt Memorial is situated along the Cherry Tree Walk near the National Mall in Washington D.C read more arrow
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The Thomas Jefferson Memorial is dedicated to the third president of the United States and an American Founding Father, Thomas Jefferson. The memorial was built after Congress passed a resolution in 1934 read more arrow
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The Washington Monument is the tallest structure in Washington DC standing at 169.24 meters and located west of the National Mall read more arrow
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This is the National Museum of Natural History which is administered by Smithsonian Institute, located in the National Mall in Washington DC. This is probably one of the museums where you can get to visit any day of the year except during Christmas read more arrow
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The National Museum of Crime & Punishment was built by John Walsh in partnership with John Morgan a businessman in Orlando. The building of the museum cost the two investors approximately $21 million, and was opened in May 2008 read more arrow
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The International Spy Museum is located at 800 F ST NW, Washington DC. This is a privately owned museum that was built by The House on F Street and Milton Maltz read more arrow
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The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) is located adjacent to the National Mall in Washington DC, with local offices in various areas including Boston, Chicago, Dallas, New York and Los Angeles. The museum offers visitors with an understanding and appreciation of the Holocaust read more arrow
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The National Air and Space Museum has been in existence for 35 years. The museum's operations are conducted in two locations; The National Mall and the Steven F read more arrow
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The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a national memorial that honors the American military men and women who served in the Vietnam War. This includes all the servicemen and women who survived, died or went missing during the war, as there are some who are still unaccounted for read more arrow
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The Korean War Veterans Memorial was a privately funded memorial which was officially opened on July 27, 1995 in Washington DC to honor those who survived in the Korean War and then handed over to the National Park Services. The following aspects about the memorial distinguish it from any other memorial: • The memorial's groundbreaking was done by President George Bush Senior, while its opening was presided over by the then President Bill Clinton and the President of the Republic Korea, Kim Young Sam read more arrow
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This is one of the most popular playhouses in Washington. It also happens to be the same building where President Abraham Lincoln was shot in read more arrow
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The USA is known for honoring it great men and women. Albert Einstein was a great scientist whose discoveries have helped modern scientific innovations read more arrow
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Octagon Museum is located In Washington, D.C read more arrow
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An interactive museum of journalism and news, the Newseum is situated at Washington, D.C read more arrow
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Headquartered in Washington, D.C read more arrow
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The National Gallery of Art is a national art museum, located in Washington D.C read more arrow
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The West Potomac Park is one of America's national parks and is situated in Washington, D.C read more arrow
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The Smithsonian National Zoological Park or the National Zoo is one of America's oldest zoos and a member of the Smithsonian Institution, the largest museum and research complex globally. It was founded in 1889 to provide leadership in science, animal care, education, visitor experience and sustainability read more arrow
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As the name suggests, this was built in Washington D.C read more arrow
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Atop Capitol Hill stands the majestic US Capitol Building, one of the most popular tourist stops in Washington, D.C read more arrow
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