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Washington, DC at a Glance
District of Columbia:
Even if you've seen dozens of postcards, television and movie scenes depicting the
nation's capital, it doesn't prepare you for the real thing
Whether you're approaching the city from the air or by ground, the
reaction most people experience when they catch their first glimpse is always the same:
Washington, DC is beautiful all year round, but the best times to visit
are during the Spring and Autumn.
Washington, DC Attractions
|Air & Space Museum
Arlington National Cemetery
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Capitol Children's Museum
Daughters of American Revolution
Franklin Roosevelt Monument
Hard Rock Cafe
JFK Center for the Performing Arts
Library of Congress
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
National Geographic Society
National Gallery of Art
Nat. Museum of African Art
Nat. Museum of American History
Nat. Museum of Natural History
Nat. Postal Museum
National Sports Gallery
Supreme Court Building
US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Washington DC Convention Center
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Travel and tourism links for Washington, DC.
D.C. Capitol Bargains: by Deborah Straw.
Washington, D.C. represents one of
the best travel bargains in the country, especially for a family or group.
D.C. on the Cheap: by Carla Suson.
Although the City of Washington might
be an expensive places to live, it doesn't have to cost you an arm and a leg to visit the nation's capital.
With a little ahead-of-time planning, budgeting and the right attitude,
you and your family can have a great time in Washington, DC without breaking the bank.
Free Things to Do in DC: by Shelley Poulton.
The nation's capital has a wealth of attractions to offer - and the
best part is that many of them are free! Visit museums, art galleries, monuments and more
without spending a dime.
If you're looking for an affordable vacation, take a look at some of
the fun, free and
almost-free experiences that await you in DC.
Fun Family Spots in DC: by Carla Suson.
Washington, D.C. is filled with historical and cultural tourist stops
that are great for adults, but what about young children?
Thankfully there are a number of travel guides to Washington
DC with Kids.
Get a Good Map: by Wendy Maxey.
Unless you're armed with a good map
of DC, a good map of the transportation system and some good navigational skills (a
compass wouldn't hurt here), you're bound to get lost - at least once.
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