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Visit this attraction that instantly stirs the emotions. The Air Force Memorial pays tribute to the men and women who have served in the U.S. Air Force.
Arlington National Cemetery
This vast military cemetery is the final resting place for soldiers, dignitaries, and leaders, including John F. Kennedy.
This massive, five-sided facility serves as headquarters for the United States Department of Defense. Marvel at the majestic architecture, or get an inside look with a guided tour.
Theodore Roosevelt Island
This sprawling island comprises a national memorial and resides in the Potomac River as a central point between Washington D.C. and Arlington, Virginia.
Capitol Hill / National Mall
Library of Congress
Marvel at the world’s biggest library, with opportunities to take in an educational tour, lecture, or entertaining concert.
At the Lincoln Memorial, a 19-foot marble statue of America’s beloved president Abraham Lincoln watches over a majestic Parthenon-inspired tribute.
United States Capitol Building and Grounds
The stately dome of this famed building covers the happenings of the House of Representatives and Senate.
Built in honor of America’s first president George Washington, this striking obelisk towers over the nation’s capital.
For nearly a century, this passageway served as a lifeline for communities along the Potomac River. Today, the C&O Canal is a picturesque destination that welcomes scores of visitors.
Old Stone House
This historical structure situated on the edge of Rock Creek Park is the only remaining Colonial-era home in Washington D.C., predating the Revolutionary War.
Built in 1816, this repurposed historic home hosts a large collection of notable items from the 1700s as well as present day. Meander through and marvel at the array of artifacts.