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Attractions in Washington, DC
- 1White House
- 2United States Capitol
- 3Lincoln Memorial
- 4Arlington National Cemetery
- 5Vietnam Veterans Memorial
- 6Korean War Veterans Memorial
- 7Jefferson Memorial
- 8National WWII Memorial
- 9National Mall
- 10Washington Monument
- 11J. Edgar Hoover Building
- 12Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
- 13Tidal Basin
- 14The U.S. National Archives
- 15Capitol Hill
- 16Smithsonian Air & Space Museum
- 17Iwo Jima Memorial
- 18Madame Tussauds
- 19Smithsonian Institution Building
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What People Are Saying About Washington, DC
Could have spent two days here...amazing place and something for everyone. Beyond all expectations. Food service closes at 3 which we found out too late but loved this place. Great souvenir shops.
I took my 3 boys there ranging from age 10 - 15 and they thought it was pretty cool, especially the youngest one. The staff was friendly and entertaining making the experience a memorable one. I only wish that we could have been given the option to choose between the different levels of ticket choice on this site.
We had a terrific time exploring the main features of Arlington with our group, led by our friendly and knowledgeable guide, Becca. It was a great walk and an excellent introduction to all that Arlington has to offer, including the Kennedy section, the Changing of the Guard and the Canadian Cross.