Washington DC Attractions
Discover the thrilling history of espionage at Washington DC's International Spy Museum. See unique spy gadgets and technology, explore exhibitions dedicated to famous spies, and learn about how global intelligence has shaped our world today.
Get the scoop on the history of the news at the Newseum, an interactive museum that examines the legacy, function and future of the media via immersive exhibits that blend history with technology.
See the wonders of the natural world and its human cultures through beautiful photographs at The National Geographic Museum. This intimate non-profit institution is host to revolving exhibitions, many centred on stunning photographic displays.
The Observation Deck at CEB Tower is the newest way to experience the nation’s capital. Home to the highest public point in the Washington D.C. area, The Observation Deck offers 360° views, an interactive journey through the events and personalities that shaped the United States, and a café that celebrates the vibrant and multicultural food scene of DC and its surrounding area.
Enjoy a round-trip cruise to Mount Vernon, the historic home and gardens of the first U.S. president, George Washington. This exciting journey from Spirit Cruises is a true American adventure, and includes a relaxing return cruise to the Mount Vernon estate, admission to Mount Vernon with over three hours to explore the estate and gardens, and a narrated tour along the Potomac River, passing historic and modern landmarks like Alexandria, the Ronald Regan airport and Fort Washington.
Enjoy a remarkable experience inside the 430,000-square foot Museum of the Bible! Using special technology to bring the Bible to life, you'll be fascinated as you explore the history, narrative, and impact of the world's most published book, the Bible. Tickets purchased from Big Bus Tours also include free admission to the Washington Revelations Fly-by Experience (usually $8.00), early access to the museum from 9:00am (Mon-Sat), and a 10% discount at the gift shop.