Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History

Take a stroll down America’s memory lane at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History where you can explore thousands of artifacts that make up our nation’s rich history. This museum has the largest collection of American history with more than 3 million collected and preserved artifacts. The National Museum of American History is definitely …
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DC’s National Cherry Blossom Festival 2018

During mid-March Washington DC’s treetops transform from white to pink as the snow melts and the long-awaited cherry blossoms bloom. The whole city becomes rose-colored and the recently sophisticated streets turn into stages for flocks to frolic at festivals. There are many events that comprise the National Cherry Blossom Festival during the time the blossoms …
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How to Tour the White House

A few weeks ago I had the rare and exciting experience of getting to stride through the hallowed hallways of our nation’s most historical and sacred monument – the White House. The home of our country’s leader is, as you would expect, abounding in regal decor, historical artifacts, and tributes to its previous residents. During …
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Chinatown: A DC Must-Visit Neighborhood

Upon crossing under the Friendship Archway, you enter a world of culture, history, and nightlife in the small, historic neighborhood of Chinatown. Situated along H and I Streets between 5th and 8th Streets, Northwest, Chinatown comprises of diverse restaurants, shopping, museums, and theatres. Though Chinatown lives up to its name and consists of many of …
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Smithsonian Collection: The National Gallery of Art

Just off the National Mall sits one of the most amazing art museums in the United States, the National Gallery of Art. Located just a short walk from our Washington DC B&B its a great place to spend the day looking over centuries old pieces of art. The beautiful Sculpture Garden is also attached to the …
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National Museum of African American History and Culture

The Smithsonian Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC) is the new must-see attraction in Washington DC. Since it’s opening in September, locals and tourists alike have been making it a priority to pay a visit to see the rich history and culture dating back to 1915 and beyond. The museum has a variety of exhibitions and …
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Washington DC’s Newseum

If you’re traveling to Washington, DC, the Newseum is a must. This top-rated museum celebrates the freedoms we have as Americans and how those freedoms have shaped our nation’s history. Through galleries, interactive exhibits, and theatres, you will learn about and experience events throughout our history and how each were distinctly documented. The exhibits at …
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Washington D.C.’s finest Monument: The Lincoln Memorial

In many ways the Lincoln Memorial is the heart of all the monuments and memorials in the United States capital. It’s easy to get to this memorial by taxi or tour bus, who often drop visitors off on nearby Daniel French Drive SW or Henry Bacon Drive NW. But most often people walk along the …
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