Yeah, we all know the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and all of the significant political buildings in Washington D.C., but the city has a lot of attractions worthy of breaking away from the beaten path to check out. So if you're one of the people who want a more unique experience, follow the link below and see what D.C. can offer you.
Everyone knows the famous sites, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Capital Building, and obviously, the White House. But Washington, D.C. has many more lesser known sites, even obscure, that have an interesting history and are worth visiting, or at least a quick look in the case of those sites that now operate as something else.
In what is now a barrel-shaped architectural ruin just north of the Capital on 3rd Street NE, at 8:30 p.m. on February 11, 1964, the Beatles played their first stage concert in the U.S.