Washington, D.C.


Attend a performance at the famous National Theatre or the infamous Ford’s Theater, just two of the city’s historic theater venues.

Monuments & Memorials

Marvel at America’s national treasures honoring patriots and those having lost their lives defending her honor. 

The White House

Snap a picture of this world icon and official residence and workplace of the president, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. 

Capitol Hill

Seat of the U.S. government, the site hosts the Capital Dome, the Senate, the House of Representatives, and the Supreme Court. 

Arlington National Cemetery 

Witness the Changing of the Guard at the country’s most hallowed ground and the final resting place of over 400,000 patriots. 

Library of Congress 

Founded in 1800, the library and research center is the oldest federal cultural institution in the land. 

The Smithsonian 

Take your time touring this world-renowned museum complex encompassing 21 different museums as well as the National Zoo.

Mount Vernon 

Located just 13 miles south of the city, this was the historic home of George and Martha Washington. 

“The best thing about the future is that it comes one day at a time.”

Abraham Lincoln

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