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You've decided where to go; now it's time to decide which cultural attractions to explore.
Discover the sophisticated side of Washington with a visit to the best museums, art galleries, and historic haunts. You'll soon realize why the city has become such a popular travel destination.
Hillwood Museum is one of the finest in America, and showcases the collection curated by Marjorie Merriweather Postread more
Honfluer Gallery consists of art exhibitions in which the works on display have had a socially-charged thematic basis that has encouraged dialogue over time.read more
Mount Vernon Estate was the home of the first President of the United States, George Washington.read more
Construction on Washington National Cathedral began in 1907 and to this day it serves the nation as a spiritual center for Americans to unite in prayer and worship.read more
The National Gallery of Art was bequeathed to the people of the United States of America by Andrew W. Mellon upon his death in 1937.read more
The Smithsonian National Museum of African Art is a unique fixture on the National Mall, in that only the entrance is above ground and the actual galleries lay below.read more
The National Museum of American History is another notch in the belt of the Smithsonian Institution, and is committed to the exploration of major themes in American history and culture.read more
The National Museum of the American Indian has three facilities, with the flagship hub being on Washington, D.C.'s National Mall.
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Built in 1800, the library is open to the public. The interior holds many original and rare works of literature, all housed in three buildings throughout Capitol Hill.read more
Originally founded in 1944, the Washington Ballet is one of the premier dance organizations in the United States.read more
For over two centuries, the White House has stood as a pristine, gleaming beacon of freedom and home to the most powerful person in the world, the President of the United States of America.read more
America's living memorial to the Holocaust is committed to inspiring people all over the world to confront hatred and promote human dignity to ensure that deplorable genocides never happen again.read more
Washington Monument is not only a towering monument to America's founding father, but is also the world's tallest obelisk and stone structure.read more
The National World War II Memorial is dedicated to the Americans who served in the armed forces during the second World War.read more
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