Historic Washington DC is our Nation's Capital and an exciting place
to visit. Our visitor's guide offers unparalleled coverage of
DC's sights, monuments, museums, and all of its splendid
attractions. Browse our online guide, featured travel planning
articles, and photo essay tribute to our capital city. Check
out our new Getting around DC
article. Looking for Things To Do? Check out our
Interactive DC Attractions Map.
For a unique view of the monuments, check out our
DC Night Tour section. View our new
Christmas in DC section. Check out our new
Free Wi-Fi Hotspots Guide for Washington DC.
The District of Columbia is a wonderful place for vacationing
families. DC offers a perfect mix of history, culture,
striking scenery, and allure of the outdoors. Most activities
and attractions are free or relatively cheap. Children of all
ages will enjoy their time learning about our nation's storied
history while visiting DC. Read our article about
DC Family Vacations.
Looking for culture and the arts? Visit the
The most striking monument seen for miles around is the Washington
Monument. On one end of the National Mall sits the US Capitol
and the other end is the majestic Lincoln Memorial. Most
visitors will visit the DC monuments during the day - but a
different dramatic and serene experience is offered when viewing
them at night. Check out our
DC Night Tour section. View our new Tidal Basin page with details and
photos on the FDR Memorial and
The Smithsonian Institution has defined DC for visiting tourists.
Their museums include the ultra-popular Air and Space Museums and
Natural History Museum and lesser known ones such as the Museum of the
Native American and the underground Sackler Art Gallery. Check
out our Washington DC Museum Guide for more information and photos.
Washington DC is a colorful mixture of distinctly different and
culturally-rich neighborhoods. Some neighborhoods are famous
for their architecture, some for their eclectic stores or even
their tantalizing restaurants. Read our articles on the Adams Morgan
Neighborhood and Georgetown.
Ornate stone faces and tall columns typify the architecture of
Washington, DC. A walking tour of the government buildings in
DC offers a view of the inspiring and extravagant architecture of
the era. Admire the photos on our
Washington DC Architecture page and our
US Capitol section.
Check out our DC Night Tour
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