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Family Friendly Things To Do in Washington DC this August

It’s always a great time of year to visit Washington, DC, especially with a family! There are a variety of events – everything from movies under the stars to world-class musical performances to free fitness classes – available in this city. Pack light, arrive…

List of Free Museums in Washington, DC

Free and affordable museum admission is one of the best, well-kept secrets in Washington, DC. It’s important to be mindful of a budget and keeping costs down, even when on vacation. With museums, you can find a family-friendly activity, something to span diverse age…

Best Time to Visit Washington D.C.

Washington D.C., also known as the Nation’s Capital, is filled with places of governmental significance. It serves as the headquarters of the country’s government and is home of the President of the Untied States. Beside government, the city is full of opportunities to explore…

Washington D.C. – The Capital City

Washington Bus Tours from Toronto The capital of the United States offers attractions and activities for everyone! Comfort Tour Canada’s fully-guided bus tour of Washington D.C. includes four days and three nights of round-trip travel by coach and accommodations at a 4-star quality hotel…

Washington D.C Zoos and Aquariums

When in Washington, you may crave some nature and wildlife amidst the downtown city. If so, there are plenty of zoo’s and aquariums that will satisfy your need for nature! We’ve got a list of the top aquariums and zoos in Washington, D.C right…

Smithsonian Museums – Washington DC

The Smithsonian Institution, the world’s largest museum and research complex, includes 19 museums and galleries and the National Zoological Park. The Smithsonian Museums in Washington, DC are world class attractions with a variety of exhibits ranging from a 3.5 billion-year-old fossil to the Apollo…

Arlington National Cemetery

Because in their hearts God had planted the seed Of pity for women, and help for its needs; They saw, in high purpose, a duty to do, And the armor of right broke the barriers through. Uninvited, unaided, unsanctioned ofttimes With pass, or without…

Union Station – Washington D.C

When Nick Smith was a student at Gonzaga College High School in the District, the school allowed students to leave campus at lunch time to go elsewhere to eat. But even though the school campus, on Eye Street Northwest, was only a few blocks…

The White House in Washington, D.C

The White House, built between 1792 and 1800, is the oldest public building in Washington, D.C and serves as both the home of the U.S. President and a museum of American history. A competition held for the design of the new President’s House received…

Summer Events in Washington D.C.

We present you the TOP Summer events of Washington that are a great addition to the sights you will see during our Washington bus tour. DC Jazz Festival When: June, 05 – June, 16 Thousands of music lovers flock to the nation’s capital to…