Washington D.C.

Experience the culture of Washington, D.C.! Visit the National Mall, see a show at the Kennedy Center, or browse collections at the Smithsonian Art Museum. However you spend your time in D.C., you'll leave the city feeling closer to American history.

Family Guide to Washington D.C.

Check out the top spots for families in Washington, D.C. (including lots of free and budget-friendly attractions!). Ready to pack your bags? Download the Washington, D.C. coloring page so the kiddos can keep track of every place you visit.

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Washington D.C.: Make Your Dollar Go Further

Pack up the family and head to the nation’s capital for your next vacay. Don’t worry about the price! Here are some budget-friendly spots in Washington D.C.

An aerial panoramic view of Harpers Ferry, found at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers from Maryland Heights on a clear afternoon.
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7 Day Trips from Washington, D.C.

There are so many things to do outside of Washington, D.C. that offer fun-filled learning and adventure. Check out our best of the best list of hot spots.

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Smithsonian: A Guide to the Best Bargain in Washington D.C.

The Smithsonian offers a fantastic bargain for Washington, D.C. visitors — all museums are free of charge! Here’s a guide to some of our favorites.

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Insider’s Guide to Washington D.C.

If you’re heading to Washington, D.C., check out this locals guide to lesser-known D.C. attractions. From viewing artworks by local D.C. artists at The Fridge to exploring the outdoors in Dumbarton Oaks Gardens, there are plenty of things to see in D.C. to experience a whole new side of our nation’s capital.

The Washington Monument stands illuminated, high above the Washington, D.C. skyline with an orange and pink sunset and the Capitol building in the background on a spring evening.
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Fewer Crowds, More Fun: 48 Hour Guide to Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C. is home to a lot of national monuments and historic landmarks. But if you want to see unique attractions in D.C. or are looking to avoid the crowds, use this guide to some of this city’s lesser-known spots.

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Washington D.C.’s Best Outdoor Attractions

There’s more to Washington, D.C. than monuments and memorials. Use this guide to check out some of the best outdoor activities the nation’s capital has to offer.

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Capital Flavor: Where to Eat in Washington D.C.

Think Washington D.C. is all stuffy politics and zero fun? Well, think again!

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