See And Do
From it's celebrated symbols of patriotism to it's undiscovered neighbourhoods, the sights and sounds of the nation's capital inspire millions of visitors every year.
Packed with famous sights & attractions and an endless calendar of special events, Washington, DC offers year-round inspiring experiences.
Washington DC has the most wonderful collection of monuments and public buildings, and a visit to the American capital has
The long streets and sweeping boulevards of Washington DC make it quite a walk between the famous sights and buildings. That’s why
The Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum complex and research organisation is composed of 19 museums, 9 research centers and the National Zoo. Extraordinarily admission to them all is FREE.
A great way to experience some of the finest sightseeing tours in key cities: Boston, Key West, San Diego, Savannah, St. Augustine, and Washington, DC.
The Newseum invites you to explore the history of news and the men and women of the media who report it, blending 500 years of news history, up-to-the-second technology and hands-on exhibits for a one-of-a-kind museum experience.
Just 75 miles west of DC, Shenandoah National Park contains seemingly endless acres of dense forests, deep rocky ravines and surging waterfalls.
The Historic Triangle, on the thin peninsula that stretches east of Richmond between the James and York Rivers, holds by far the richest concentration of colonial-era sites in the USA.
Manassas Battlefield National Park spreads on grassy hills at the western fringes of the Washington DC. You don't have to know what happened here to feel the power of these brooding hillsides.
View DC from a different angle and top up your tan at the same time!