Visiting attractions in Washington, D.C. may make tourists feel like they are stepping through the pages of history. The nation’s capital also has a plethora of museums showcasing some of the world’s most finest treasures.
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The oldest of 19 museums, the Castle is rich in history and grandeur and is the ideal setting for a variety of events.
Location:1000 Jefferson Dr. SW Washington, DC 20560 United States
The Barbies are always having a party, either half-naked or elaborately clothed. In patriotic ball gowns, pilgrim costumes, shamrocks as fig leaves or maybe just bunny tails, they gather ’round the miniature pond in front of their Dream House, sometimes engaging in some, um, rather grown-up scenarios.
Location:1454 Q St. NW.
Also called The Wall, national monument in Washington, D.C., honouring members of the U.S. armed forces who served and died in the Vietnam War (1955–75).
Location:5 Henry Bacon Dr NW, Washington, DC 20245, United States
Located just three blocks west of the White House, the award-winning Founding Farmers flagship restaurant has been a destination for locals and tourists alike since it opened in 2008. We are open every day, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch.
Location:1924 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington DC, DC 20006-3607
Gain new found street cred while understanding what graffiti art really means. See how it’s created alongside artist Rajan Sedalia. Who will guide you through letter styles, spray can techniques and exploring your creative side.
Location:Brookland Artspace Lofts, Washington
From spies to secret passageways put your super sleuth skills to the test as you search for over 70 secret doors and explore the themed rooms. They would never give you a map – this would ruin the surprise of finding a secret door.
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Experience the nightlife in Washington DC in a famous area called “U Street”, which was once truly the heart of Black culture in America, attracting locals and visitors for an unparalleled music and nightlife scene.
Location:U Street, Washington
This entertaining and informative walking ghost tour will take you to 8 locations, where your experienced tour guide will tell you of the haunting’s that persist at iconic buildings surrounding the White House.
Location:15 St. NW and F St. NW Washington, DC 20005 United States
The Fainting Goat
Located within The Watergate Hotel, Kingbird restaurant allows guests to celebrate in a lively atmosphere, or unwind in a more casual setting in The Bar at Kingbird.
Location:2650 Virginia Ave NW The Watergate Hotel, Washington DC
From earliest childhood we weave our words into speech to communicate. At Planet Word we inspire and renew a love of words and language through unique, immersive learning experiences.
Location:925 13th St. NW Washington, DC 20005 United States
At the heart of a beautiful stained-glass window at the Washington National Cathedral is a 3.6 billion-year-old piece of basalt rock, weighing just over seven grams and sealed in a nitrogen-filled glass container.
Location:3101 Wisconsin Ave. NW.
Looking for cosmic inspiration? Take a note from Sir Isaac Newton and cozy up under this apple tree, a descendant of the one whose fruit ostensibly clunked the famed English mathematician on the head and inspired him to develop the theory of gravity in 1687.
Location:3500 block of International Drive NW
At 34 feet tall and made up of more than 6,800 books, the Lincoln Book Tower at the Ford’s Theatre Center for Education and Leadership has almost as many biographies of the 16th president as the average dad’s library (kidding!).
Location:511 10th St. NW
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