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The Best Things to Do in Washington DC

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Housing the largest collection of air and spacecraft in the world, National Air and Space Museum features the Apollo 11 command module and th
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National Gallery of Art , Washington DC
Renowned as one of the world's greatest museums, National Gallery of Art holds a collection of paintings, prints, drawings, medals, photograp
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Washington Monument , Washington DC
Standing at a height of 170 m (555 ft), Washington Monument represents the world's tallest structure made entirely from stone. Constructed in
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Pay tribute to those who lost their lives during the Holocaust at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Adjacent to the National Mall, the
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Lincoln Memorial , Washington DC
Parts of an iconic image of the capital city, Lincoln Memorial have been the site of some defining moments in American history. Overlooked by
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Washington DC

Monuments · Specialty Museums · Government Buildings
Things to do in Washington DC include tours of some of America's most treasured monuments, memorials, and public museums--including Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. The city also boasts ample shopping, dining, and nightlife options. On a guided walking tour, you'll get to know its popular landmarks, such as the White House and Lincoln Memorial. The invaluable collections of National Gallery of Art and National Portrait Gallery draw art lovers. When you get tired of sightseeing, relax by the water at Tidal Basin, or take a side trip to Horseshoe Casino Baltimore and test your luck.

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Where to stay in Washington DC

Most visitors to Washington, D.C., end up in the East End, the old downtown district containing most of the city's major cultural attractions. For a more authentic Washingtonian experience, consider staying at a smaller hotel just a little north or east of this busy area. Neighborhoods outside downtown offer less expensive accommodations and affordable street parking, as well as opportunities to meet more locals and fewer tourists. Alternatively, try a hotel in Georgetown, packed with high-end shops and Colonial architecture.
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