Which attractions require tickets in Washington DC?

  Many of Washington, DC’s major attractions such as the Smithsonian museums, the National Gallery of Art and the national monuments and memorials are open for the public and do not require tickets. Washington, DC’s most popular ticketed attractions, the Newseum, National Museum of Crime & Punishment, Madame Tussauds, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the Washington Monument …
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Take the bus from DC to NYC

While visiting the Nation’s Capital, many of our guests take advantage of the short distance to New York City to take a bus trip to “The city that never sleeps”. There are several companies that provide affordable and comfortable trips to New York City. The pickup stops are metro accessible.  Please compare the details provided and take your …
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Historical Society of Washington DC

Founded in 1894, the Historical Society is the only citywide nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve, present and interpret the history of Washington, D.C. and its people. In 2003, the Historical Society opened its most ambitious project to date, the City Museum. The museum is housed in the Carnegie Library building, located in the …
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