You’d expect America’s capital city to have some of the country’s grandest architecture, but there’s a mind-boggling array of museums and attractions here too. To find your favorites, take a look at our lists of what to do in DC.
Planning a trip to the President’s hometown in winter? There’s no better time to go. See the National Christmas Tree, watch a festive boat parade down the Potomac River, and enjoy some crowd-free sightseeing.
If you’re wondering whether to take a trip to Washington DC, you’re in the right place for a little more convincing. The capital of the United States certainly doesn’t disappoint for iconic monuments, memorials, free museums and of course America’s front yard.
Got 3 days to explore the USA’s capital city? Plan your Washington DC itinerary well and you can pack a lot into just 72 hours. Washington DC is famous for its marble monuments, world-class museums and, of course, being the home of the president.
With the Smithsonian Institute stretching along the Mall, an unmissable tour of The White House and the National Gallery of Art full of famous paintings, it seems like the whole city is a museum. So, which are the jewels in the crown?