If you are planning a visit to Washington, D.C. then one of the most important stops you should make is a visit to the U.S. Capitol. The U.S. Capitol is one of the most important and recognizable landmarks in the world....
One of the best ways to get a feel for a city is have a stroll around it on a Sunday, when the pace is slower and its inhabitants aren't concerned with anything but enjoying the day off, just as yourself.
With just two and a half days to see all the sites in Washington DC, we knew we had a difficult task ahead of us. While we didn't get to everything we did make quite a dent in our effort to see it all.
The National Portrait Gallery, part of the Smithsonian Museum system is located on 8th and F Streets and features presidential portraits, historical, and contemporary portraiture.
The Smithsonian National Zoological Park, commonly known as the National Zoo, is a great place to take the kids when they need a break from all the monuments, museums and historical sites in Washington, D.C. Founded in...
Arlington National Cemetery is a national shrine and final resting place for men and women of the Armed Forces. If you are a veteran, you may be eligible for burial in Arlington.
Be a tourist in Washington DC on a Sunday Morning. We visited on a gorgeous autumn day and saw all the beautiful monuments. Less traffic and wonderful historic sites are easily found.
One of the hidden treasures of Washington, DC, is a massive Byzantine church filled with precise replicas of the holiest sites in Christendom. the Franciscan Monastery.
How and what to see in Washington DC if you are on a tight budget. See as much as possible for as little as possible. There are photographs included in this article. We had a great visit on the cheap.
The National Gallery of Art is located on the National Mall in Washington D.C., and is a great change of pace from the many museums that are nearby. The paintings range from the Middle Ages through modern times, and...