Destinations 4

  • The Newseum

    The Newseum

    The Newseum The Newseum offers visitors a unique and fun experience exploring the history of news. Exhibits are designed to…

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  • Museum of Natural History

    Museum of Natural History

    Museum of Natural History Who doesn’t love learning about the natural world around us? Perhaps your interest lies in rocks, animals…

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  • National Geographic Museum

    National Geographic Museum

    National Geographic Museum The displays at the National Geographic Museum in Washington D.C. bring to life American adventures, expeditions, fieldwork…

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  • American History Museum

    American History Museum

    American History Museum The Smithsonian National Museum of American History has more than 3 million items to look at .…

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  • Air & Space Museum

    Air & Space Museum

    Air & Space Museum The National Air and Space Museum (NASM) is the most visited of all the Smithsonian museums…

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  • World War II Memorial

    World War II Memorial

    World War II Memorial The World War 2 Memorial was dedicated  May 29 2004 but was opened to the public …

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  • Washington Monument

    Washington Monument

    Washington Monument Construction of the Washington Monument started in 1848. The stone for the monument comes from Maryland and Massachusetts.…

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  • Vietnam War Memorial

    Vietnam War Memorial

    Vietnam War Memorial Located in Washington D.C., the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is truly a moving experience for all, and worth…

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  • Lincoln Memorial

    Lincoln Memorial

    Lincoln Memorial One of the most recognizable of all memorial sites in Washington D.C. is the Lincoln Memorial. Set on…

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  • Korean War Memorial

    Korean War Memorial

    Korean War Memorial Located  near the banks of the Potomac River in Washington , DC The Korean Veterans Memorial honors…

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  • Jefferson Memorial

    Jefferson Memorial

    Jefferson Memorial Thomas Jefferson was one of the greatest presidents in American history. He helped write the Declaration of Independence,…

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  • FDR Memorial

    FDR Memorial

    FDR Memorial Franklin Roosevelt was born January 30, 1882. His family made their family fortune in railroading and coal. He…

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  • National Zoo

    National Zoo

    National Zoo The National Zoo, part of the Smithsonian institution, boasts a 163-acre zoo, with more than 400 species of…

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  • Union Station

    Union Station

    Union Station When it was opened in 1907, Union Station held the distinction of being the largest train station in…

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  • National Cathedral

    National Cathedral

    National Cathedral The U.S. National Cathedral was completed 83 years (to the day!) after it was begun. It was begun…

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  • National Archives

    National Archives

    National Archives In charge of preserving documents of American legal or historical importance is the National Archives and Records Administration.…

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  • Arlington National Cemetery

    Arlington National Cemetery

    Arlington National Cemetery Arlington National Cemetery is the second largest national cemetery in the United States. More than 350,000 men,…

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  • United States Supreme Court

    United States Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court The Supreme Court was first convened in 1790. The first set of justices, which numbered only three,…

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  • Capitol Hill

    Capitol Hill

    Capitol Hill The cornerstone to the Capital was cemented in place in a Masonic ceremony by George Washington on September…

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  • White House

    White House

    White House The White House is the oldest government building in Washington DC.It is the home of the President of…

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