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Be curious, discover the sights and immerse yourself in new experiences in Washington, a city which regularly lures travellers back for more.
With 650,000 residents, you're sure to meet plenty of new friends!
Washington is, as you're surely aware, where you can marvel at White House and the Washington Monument. Arlington National Cemetery and the Lincoln Memorial are just as amazing.
An outing to Francis Pool or the Washington D.C. Madame Tussauds is a terrific opportunity for some quality family time. Are the kids still full of energy? Don't think you are done yet! Keep up the fun with a visit to Panther Family Fun Center and Water Mine Family Swimmin' Hole.
Want to see the wildest spot in town? Then call in at the Smithsonian's National Zoo, where the entire family can come face-to-face with a few of the wonders of the magnificent animal kingdom.
For a calming morning out, head over to the United States Botanic Garden or the Botanic Gardens. The wandering pathways and beautifully landscaped garden beds are a joy to the senses.
Slip off your shoes and feel the cool grass beneath your feet at a green space like Ellipse or Tidal Basin. You can also get outside and stretch your legs at Meridian Hill Park or Lafayette Park.
Remember to drop in to NASA Visitor Center or White Visitor Center. The helpful staff can offer you advice and inspiration to make the most of your time here.
Feel the cool mist rising out of the pools below as the swirling water crashes over the edge of Great Falls and Juney Whank Falls.
Absorb the scenic views and the calming sounds of moving water at Turquoise Lake and Kobuk Wild River. To spot any waterbirds you may have missed, it's also worth a trip to Kugururok River and Namakan Island.
Put on some comfy shoes and get ready for adventure. There are lots of nature reserves in this area that are just waiting to be explored. The fresh, crisp air and natural surroundings at Battery Kemble Park and Soapstone Valley Park are as rejuvenating as it gets. Two further areas to have a look at are National Mall and Bles Park.
Ask the welcoming staff at the Newseum or the National Gallery of Art about one-off happenings. With so many captivating exhibits, you'll want to be sure you don't miss anything important. After more? Also go to the International Spy Museum and the Phillips Collection.
The world of science never ceases to amaze us. Uncover the latest in advances and achievements at the National Museum of Health and Medicine and the Marian Koshland Science Museum. For even more eye-opening displays, add United States Naval Observatory and US Naval Observatory to your schedule of discovery.
Nowadays you don't have to travel the seven seas to behold the many wonders of the world. You can just drop into places like the National Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian Institution instead, where an excellent variety of rare and unique specimens and items are on display all in the one place.
With so many wonderful art collections to select from, you might need a slight push in the right direction. We suggest picking up a coffee and heading straight for the National Portrait Gallery or the Hirshhorn Museum. More bright canvases and stunning sculptures await you at the Hillwood Museum and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
Step back in time and learn about the people and events that have helped shape this region at the National Museum of American History and the National Museum of the American Indian. The Historical Society of Washington D.C. and the Anacostia Museum are also worth a day out for an even greater insight into yesteryear.
Step into the past and head to the Jefferson Memorial and United States Capitol. They're superb places to get a real understanding of Washington's history. If you've got the time, the Georgetown University and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier should also be on your itinerary.
Make sure you take the time to traverse Dumbarton Bridge. This enduring crossing has stood with pride for what feels like an eternity, adding some old world character to Washington.
Whether you're a believer or not, houses of worship like Washington National Cathedral and Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception are sure to be among the most tranquil sights you'll encounter during your travels. A lot of spiritually curious travellers also flock to Franciscan Monastery and the Scottish Rite Temple.
When you are exploring new cities, keep in mind that it's sometimes the less celebrated attractions that'll replay in your memories once you're home. Two places which fall into that category here are the Library of Congress and Department of State. There's also plenty to keep you entertained at Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the Folger Shakespeare Library.
As it's the national capital, it won't be too challenging locking in your Washington hotel. There are no less than 486 properties on ebookers' hotel travel guide.
Backpackers and other penny-wise travellers will find the rate that suits their budget at the Comfort Inn Downtown DC/Convention Center and the Windsor Park Hotel. These places are proof that excellent service doesn't have to come at an exorbitant price. Maybe you'd prefer to live like royalty as the professional staff at the Four Seasons Hotel Washington D.C. provide for every want and need? The Rosewood Washington, D.C. is another popular option for those who enjoy the finer things in life.
Washington is home to United States Capitol. If you want to stay close to this star attraction, the Residence Inn Washington, DC /Capitol is just 0.5 miles away. Another option is the Kimpton George Hotel, just 0.5 miles away.
Learn about the history of crime and what happens to the bad guys at this police station exhibit. Get fingerprinted, stand in a police lineup and try to pass the lie detector test. Participate in the simulated shooting range and high-speed police-chase.
Put a little muscle into your sightseeing. Pedal past the monuments, rent tandem bikes, or a take a Segway tour. Kayak through Georgetown under bridges and around Roosevelt Island – better yet, book an evening paddle on the 4th of July.
Shop for farm-fresh goodies on Sundays, rain or shine. Farmers and producers sell everything from the usual suspects (fruit, veggies, breads, flowers) to fish, fruit pies, soaps and herbal products.
The unassuming front door is easily missed, but this high-end consignment shop shouldn’t be. Climb the stairs to get to two rooms full of Manolo Blahnik, Prada, Chanel and more.
In a vibrant city like Washington, D.C., vacations are ideal any time of year. The city is abuzz during Cherry Blossom Festival (spring), 4th of July, and when Congress is in session (mid-September through Thanksgiving, and mid-January to June).For fewer crowds and lower hotel rates, travel between late August and early September, or after Thanksgiving into mid-January.
Weather-wise, winters can be erratic (flurries, ice storms), while falls are warm, crisp and colorful. Summers are hot and humid, but hotel rates are low from early July (after the 4th) through August. Spring showers are common, but come May D.C. comes alive with sunshine and greenery.
Experience the evolution of flight, chronicled through exhibits and interactive displays. See the original 1903 Wright Flyer, and let space suits, lunar vehicles and the 1,650-pound back-up mirror to the Hubble Space telescope explain the challenges and triumphs of technology. Don't miss the moon rock or the IMAX films, including "To Fly" where you'll feel like you're cruising over the planet.
A menagerie of cultural icons, you'll see the flag memorialized in "The Star-Spangled Banner," a Model-T Ford, Dorothy's ruby red slippers from the Wizard of Oz, Dizzy Gillespie's trumpet and a baseball autographed by Babe Ruth. Allow time for the Hands-On Science Center, where families perform their own experiments.
This massive shrine honors US heroes and veterans, buried on green hills overlooking the capital. Witness a 24-hour honor guard watch over the Tomb of the Unknowns. Walk uphill to the Arlington House, built by George Washington's grandson, near the gravesites of John F. Kennedy and Pierre Charles L'Enfant.
Take photos of the Court's East or West Pediment, or check out the media frenzy on the plaza's southwest corner. Want to go inside? You can attend high court debates from April to October, or bench sittings from mid-May to June.
Learn about bugs, bones, blue whales, jewels and more. Ogle the bling in the Hall of Geology, Gems and Minerals, home of the 45.5-carat Hope diamond. The freeze-action dioramas in the renovated Behring Family Hall of Mammals depict how animals adapt and evolve. African Voices uses personal accounts, proverbs, folk tales and hundreds of objects to convey African culture. Top off your visit at the O. Orkin Insect Zoo where your kids can feed the tarantula her meal of crickets.
View the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. Search for documents recounting the Titanic and Challenger disasters, even the Watergate burglary. Read angry letters from college students protesting the Vietnam War, view declassified war plans, and create your own Oval Office seal.
Queue up for a public tour to see the where the president entertains (Gold-and-White East Room), Jefferson's dining room (the Green Room), the setting of the White House Christmas tree (the Blue Room), the State Dining Room and more. Contact your Congressperson one to six months in advance for a special group tour.
Real life whodunits are the subject of this espionage museum. Learn about fictional cloak-and-dagger characters and unlikely American spy heroes like cooks who parlayed fame into fact-finding for the government. Test your mettle by discovering audio bugs as discreet as a strand of hair. Check the schedule for KidSpy Overnights, suited for kids 9 to 15 accompanied by an adult.
Discover Native American culture from the Arctic Circle to Tierra del Fuego. Nations tell their stories through dazzling gold shields, feathered regalia and pottery. Cultural interpreters present discovery carts with arrowheads, moccasins and more. Free tickets are available for timed entry -- a great way to avoid the long lines.
Learn about the leaders that shaped the Congress, the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress. View hundreds of artworks and sculptures inside the Rotunda and National Statuary Hall. Visit the Crypt, or the Senate and House Galleries when either body is in session.
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Located in Logan Circle, this hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Franklin Square, White House and Ford's Theater. George Washington University and Washington Monument ...
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