Things to Do in Washington, DC

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Participants will enjoy unlimited tastings from 60+ of America’s best beers, game zones, live entertainment and more
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Segway Tours 502 23rd Street NW, Washington, DC MoreLess Info
City Segway Tours of Washington, DC is a tour company that offers a Segway experience tour, a national mall excursion, and a monuments and memorials trip. The tours take anywhere from 2-3 hours at a time.
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History Museums Washington, DC 20008 MoreLess Info
The Hillwood Museum & Gardens features a collection of Russian imperial art and an 18th-century French decorative art collection. The site's gardens feature thirteen different outdoor rooms, including a putting green.
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Monuments Washington, DC 20242 MoreLess Info
One of the most iconic sites in the city, the Lincoln Memorial and Reflecting Pool is the largest reflecting pool in Washington D.C. The site, located at the base of the Lincoln Memorial's steps, was the site of Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'I Have a Dream' speech.
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Monuments Washington, DC 20242 MoreLess Info
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial honors the 58,000 American soldiers who passed away during the Vietnam War. The location's fixtures included the Memorial Wall, The Three Soldiers, and the Vietnam Women's Memorial.
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94% 6800 votes
History Museums 100 Raoul Wallenberg Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20024 MoreLess Info
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is a historical museum that chronicles the anti-Semitism and suffering during the period of the holocaust. The museum is most widely acclaimed for the 'Narrative History of the Holocaust' exhibit.
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95% 3831 votes
Monuments Off West Basin Drive, Washington, DC 20242 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to the famous Depression era and World War II president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial features a life-sized sculpture of the man with his dog. The memorial features several other bronze sculptures and a waterfall.
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History Museums Washington, DC 20001 MoreLess Info
Celebrating the First Amendment, the Newseum hosts a variety of permanent exhibits and events centered around the largest news stories in American history. The location also features fifteen film theaters and traveling exhibits.
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Monuments 17th Street NW, between Constitution and Independence Avenues, Washington, DC 20006 MoreLess Info
Opened in 2004, the National World War II Memorial was built to honor the over 16-million individuals who served the United States during WWII. The memorial features numerous statues, displays, and pillars in honor of those veterans who served.
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Monuments Washington, DC 20242 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to the author of the Declaration of Independence, the Jefferson Memorial features a shallow dome and a portico. The site contains a bronze statue and excerpts of Thomas Jefferson's famous document on the southwest interior wall.
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93% 1093 votes
Art Museum Washington, DC 20006 MoreLess Info
Featuring over 2,500 masters from both the 19th and 20th centuries, the Phillips Collection is one of the nations Modern Art Museums. The museum features both American and European artists, including works by Renoir, Picasso, Gauguin, Monet and O'Keefe.
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