Things To Do in Washington D.C.
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Washington D.C. Attractions

Washington, D.C. is packed with food, cultural events, and history from corner to corner. From the National Mall to 14th Street, it is easy to walk or take the metro to some of the most iconic neo-classical buildings in the world. World travelers and locals alike marvel at the historical structures that line the National Mall, the never-ending brunches, and the all-around comradery centered on all things Washington, D.C. 

 

Washington D.C. Attractions

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14th Street

There’s no such thing as one option when it comes to 14th street. All restaurants and bars are an option, so read our list, toss a coin, and head to 14th street. Get Directions
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National Mall

The National Mall is where locals take date night walks, where Congresswomen/men take a break after a long session, where school children learn about history, where cherry blossoms turn walkways pink, and where American history meets present day. Taking a tour of the National Mall is a rite of passage, so we’ve narrowed down a few of the gems that serve as national symbols. Get Directions
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Smithsonian

You won’t have to pay a dime to explore some of the most enthralling histories and cultures from around the world. Spend a day to learn almost any subject as small as a butterfly at the National History Museum or as big as the depth of the unexplored universe at the Air and Space Museum. Each Smithsonian museum plays a key role in preserving the most precious archives and have open doors practically every day of the year. There’s something for everyone. Explore these and many more of the museums in Washington, D.C. Get Directions
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Smithsonian's National Zoo

The National Zoological Park, commonly known as the National Zoo, is one of the oldest zoos in the United States. Get Directions
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The White House

The White House is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States. Get Directions
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Walter E. Washington Convention Center

After a great event, you need the perfect place to decompress. Elevate your dining experience or explore the stories of our nation’s capital within reach of the Washington D.C. Convention Center. Like many parts of D.C., business and pleasure coexist and transform traditional landscapes and conversations. From rustic to contemporary, these restaurants and attractions all have a special place in our diverse and unconventional community. Get Directions

Washington D.C. Attractions

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14th Street

There’s no such thing as one option when it comes to 14th street. All restaurants and bars are an option, so read our list, toss a coin, and head to 14th street. Get Directions
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National Mall

The National Mall is where locals take date night walks, where Congresswomen/men take a break after a long session, where school children learn about history, where cherry blossoms turn walkways pink, and where American history meets present day. Taking a tour of the National Mall is a rite of passage, so we’ve narrowed down a few of the gems that serve as national symbols. Get Directions
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Smithsonian

You won’t have to pay a dime to explore some of the most enthralling histories and cultures from around the world. Spend a day to learn almost any subject as small as a butterfly at the National History Museum or as big as the depth of the unexplored universe at the Air and Space Museum. Each Smithsonian museum plays a key role in preserving the most precious archives and have open doors practically every day of the year. There’s something for everyone. Explore these and many more of the museums in Washington, D.C. Get Directions
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Smithsonian's National Zoo

The National Zoological Park, commonly known as the National Zoo, is one of the oldest zoos in the United States. Get Directions
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The White House

The White House is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States. Get Directions
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Walter E. Washington Convention Center

After a great event, you need the perfect place to decompress. Elevate your dining experience or explore the stories of our nation’s capital within reach of the Washington D.C. Convention Center. Like many parts of D.C., business and pleasure coexist and transform traditional landscapes and conversations. From rustic to contemporary, these restaurants and attractions all have a special place in our diverse and unconventional community. Get Directions

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