Home to the Nation's Capital, Washington, D.C. is an ideal destination
for a Family Vacation, Romantic Getaway, Educational Retreat
or Business Trip. The city offers visitors countless cultural
and historical attractions, monuments and memorials, world-class
and museums, numerous parks, upscale shopping, gourmet
restaurants... and so much more!
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The White House (pictured right) is the most popular attraction in Washington,
DC — and home to the nation's 44th President, Barack Obama and
Washington DC is also
home to the Smithsonian — the world's largest museum complex
and research organization, featuring 19 Museums, nine research
centers and the National Zoo. Admission is FREE for all Smithsonian Museums and the
Best Time To Visit
Spring and Fall are the best times to visit Washington, D.C. when
the temperatures are mild. Summer tends to be very hot and humid
and winters are cold.
Cherry Blossom Festival
Springtime in Washington,
D.C. is a beautiful time of the year — the
Japanese cherry trees are usually in full bloom in late March or
early April and the annual National
Cherry Blossom Festival is in full swing. Celebrations include Free Concerts
in downtown parks, Fashion Shows, the Cherry Blossom Ball, an annual
Marathon Race and the Cherry Blossom Festival Parade.
Getting Around Washington DC
It's very easy to get around D.C. — most of the attractions
are within walking distance, or you can take the Metrorail or Metrobus. Tourmobile (a narrated shuttle bus tour with free reboarding all day at 40 major
sites along the National Mall and at Arlington National Cemetery) is also a fun
way to see the city.
Fun Things To Do
in Washington DC
Washington DC is a great place to have
a Family Vacation. There is so much to do and see here — and
many of the Museums, Galleries, Historical Monuments and Tours
Offices are free to the public.
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