Things to Do in Washington, DC

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Dog-friendly event with a brunch-like vibe features a wine garden and live entertainment, plus access to local food trucks
1.5 Miles
63% 3438 votes
Bus Tours Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC MoreLess Info
Big Bus Tours Washington DC is a business that offers guests the opportunity to tour America's Capital by bus. During the tours, guests are led by experienced guides and see attractions including the White House, Capitol Hill, and Lincoln Memorial.
0.2 Miles
100% 9 votes
Entertainment Districts Washington, DC 20036 MoreLess Info
VSA Washington D.C. works to provide arts and special education opportunities for those with special needs. The site offers a young playwright program, a young soloist program, and workshop and residency programs.
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85% 20 votes
Historic Homes Washington, DC 20006 MoreLess Info
The Decatur House offers the chance to rent its carriage house, a courtyard, and entertaining parlors for special events. The location, which has hosted festivities for over 180 years, is a suitable location for weddings, conferences, and receptions.
1.7 Miles
88% 43 votes
Monuments Washington, DC MoreLess Info
The National Japanese American Memorial is dedicated to Japanese-Americans who fought in World War II and those who were sent to internment camps. The location features two Japanese cranes standing on a tall pedestal.
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100% 3 votes
Mountains WA MoreLess Info
The highest point of the Olympic Mountains in Washington, Mount Olympus is a challenge to several hikers. A wonderful landscape, this range provides a beautiful scenery for all of those able to reach the summit.
1.1 Miles
82% 22 votes
Hiking Trails McLean, VA MoreLess Info
The Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail is part of a network that connects the Potomac with the upper Ohio River basin. This trail follows the same path George Washington took as he explored the area.
1.7 Miles
93% 94 votes
Islands George Washington Parkway, Arlington, VA 22216 MoreLess Info
Landscaped architects transformed overgrown farmland on a small island in 1930 to become the memorial Theodore Roosevelt Island. A forest was designed to mimic the original forest on the island, and there are miles of walking trails.
2.1 Miles
97% 1491 votes
Monuments Arlington Blvd. and Meade St., Arlington, VA 22211 MoreLess Info
The focus of the U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial is to commemorate the country's gratitude to the Marines and those who fought beside them in every conflict since 1775. The statue that composes the memorial with the Marines hoisting the American flag at Iwo Jima is famous across the globe.
2.1 Miles
88% 222 votes
Monuments Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA 22201 MoreLess Info
The Arlington National Cemetery houses the Women in Military Service for America Memorial. The site is meant to be a living memorial that honors past, present, and future servicewomen who serve in or with the United States Armed Forces in all conflicts, beginning with the American Revolution.
2.2 Miles
85% 403 votes
Monuments 1501 Lee Highway, Arlington, VA 22204 MoreLess Info
The United States Air Force and its predecessor organizations are honored at the Air Force Memorial in Arlington. It is adjacent to the Arlington National Cemetery and overlooks the Pentagon to allow for guests to view parallels between the sites.
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