Must Sees in Washington DC

Washington DC, the capital of the United States, has so much to explore that they cannot be seen in a single visit. With plenty of things to do and a myriad of attractions, Washington DC is one of the major tourist destinations in America. Your travel itinerary should include a trip to the region’s historic neighborhoods, parks, and landmarks including the National Mall. With so many landmarks and sites to see, it can be really challenging to plan your trip.

Washington DC Map
Washington DC Map
National Mall
National Mall

The White House

Tourists from around the globe visit Washington DC hoping to tour this famous landmark. To arrange for a visit you will have to make a request through one of the members of Congress. You can also tour the White House Visitor Center, where you can learn about the Presidents, their families, the furnishings and architecture of the White House, etc.

The White House
The White House
White House Visitor Center
White House Visitor Center

The United States Capitol

This government building can only be explored through guided tours. You need to obtain free tickets through a Senator or from the Internet. You can see remarkable exhibits about this building’s operations and history at the Capitol Visitor Center.

The United States Capitol
The United States Capitol
Capitol Visitor Center
Capitol Visitor Center

Memorials and National Monuments

While touring the nation’s capital, you can see the most popular monuments and memorials including the Lincoln Memorial, the National World War II Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, and the Washington Monument. Learn about the historical significance of these major monuments and memorials.

Lincoln Memorial
Lincoln Memorial
Lincoln Statue
Lincoln Statue
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Korean War Veterans Memorial
National World War II Memorial
National World War II Memorial
Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Washington Monument
Washington Monument

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Serving as a memorial, it offers guided tours for the visitors to explore the sculptures, paintings, and other artworks. Hosting live theatrical productions, musicals, and concerts, the arts center is the finest source of entertainment.

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

National Air and Space Museum

This famous museum is home to some of the icons of flight including the SpaceShipOne, the Wright Flyer, Columbia (the Command Module of Apollo 11), the Spirit of St. Louis, and a lunar rock. The museum also offers flight simulators, planetarium shows, IMAX movies, and plenty of interactive activities for children.

National Air and Space Museum
National Air and Space Museum

National Zoological Park

As a part of the famous Smithsonian Institution, the National Zoological Park provides leadership in science, education, animal care, sustainability, as well as in visitor experience. The two facilities of the Zoological Park have about 300 species of threatened and endangered animals. The best-known members of the zoo include the great apes, the giant pandas, Asian elephants, big cats, aquatic animals, and many more.

National Zoological Park
National Zoological Park
Smithsonian Institution
Smithsonian Institution

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