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Arlington Cemetery

Arlington Cemetery is the final resting place for hundreds of thousands of American troops who died fighting for our country, and hundreds of people converge upon the symmetric rows of marble headstones every day to pay their respects.[Learn more]

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Cherry Blossom Festival

To mark the blossoming friendship between Japan and the United States in 1912, the mayor of Tokyo gifted D.C. with a forest of Japanese Cherry Trees. Now, every spring these trees bloom with peaceful hues of white and pink along the Tidal Basin.[Learn more]

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Glen Echo Park

Glen Echo Park has gone through many stages to get to its current status. It began as an educational facility, then turned into an amusement park, and is now in the Register of Historic Places.[Learn more]

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Library of Congress

The Library of Congress is the research library of the United States Congress, the largest library in the world, and the oldest federal cultural institution in America.[Learn more]

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National Air and Space Museum

The National Air and Space Museum is the largest collection of air and spacecraft in the world. On display are the most famous vehicles ever to take to the sky, like the original Wright 1903 Flyer and the Apollo 11 command module.[Learn more]

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National Museum of Crime and Punishment

The National Museum of Crime and Punishment is located in D.C.'s Penn Quarter and is dedicated to the history of criminology in America. Visit everything from a medieval gallery to a mock crime scene and see if you can solve the mystery CSI-style.[Learn more]

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The Flea Market at Eastern Market

Eastern Market is a nineteenth century building listed on the National Register of Historical Places and is located just blocks from Capitol Hill. Much of the building is original brick, but a 2007 fire forced new construction on some areas of the hall.[Learn more]

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The Kennedy Center

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is located along the Potomac River, and is the nation's busiest performing arts center. The site offers many shows free of charge, as well as some of the most exclusive events in Washington.[Learn more]

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Tourmobile Sightseeing

With such an overwhelming list of things to do in Washington, it's nice to have a little guidance. The Tourmobile cruises the whole city, allowing you to hop on and off at any stop you please.[Learn more]

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Union Station

Union Station opened in 1907 as the gateway to Washington, D.C. Even though train travel has slid down the popularity scale, the station still attracts 32 million visitors per year to its variety of dining, shopping, exhibits, events, and tours.[Learn more]

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