The Carlyle House, Alexandria

This historic home is known for its key role in the French and Indian War. British General Benjamin Braddock used the building as his headquarters, meeting with colonial governors to discuss issues facing colonists and ideas about the war. The stately Georgian home, built by John Carlyle in 1752, is an excellent and well-preserved example …
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Visit the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Washington, DC

If you are walking about along the National Mall this season, an infrequently visited museum is a must see for all ages.  The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is located just southeast of the Washington Memorial, off the Smithsonian Metro Rail Station (Blue or Orange Line).  One notable gift that is produced at BEU is …
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Old Town Theater – Alexandria, VA

If you are looking for a new atmosphere for your next movie choice, check out the Old Town Theater in Alexandria, VA.  Built in 1914, the theater catered to “moving pictures, billiards and bolling alley entertainment”.  After years of renovations, this historic building in the Old Town district of Alexandria is a must see for …
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Introductory Flight Lesson! Bowie, MD

Have you ever wanted to fly? Bowie, Maryland is just outside of Washington DC and offers low cost introductory flight lessons. Get one-on-one training with a certified flight instructor on the basics of ground school as well as airtime. Enjoy! Joseph, Innkeeper American Guest House in Washington DC

Visiticket Power Pass

Visiticket offers a Power Pass for tourism in the Washington, DC area as well as some other major cities. The passes are sold for 1, 2, 3 or 5 days of consecutive use. Some sites of interest included are the International Spy Museum, the Museum of Crime and Punishment as well as the Phillip’s collection. …
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Let’s go Caps! at the Verizon Center

Catch Major League Hockey’s at the Verizon Center and come to support The Washington Capitals which are the professional ice hockey team from Washington, D.C. The Verizon Center is located in Chinatown neighborhood at 7th and H Streets. The arena is home also to the Wizards of the NBA , Georgetown University men’s basketball, and …
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Washington DC by Foot, Water and Bike…

By Foot Washington DC is one of the best cities to walk, so walking tours are very popular. The tour season usually runs from March through the end of October. Rather than to be on your own, Washington Walks offers tours of neighborhoods like Georgetown and Adams Morgan, and of course of the principal landmarks such …
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C&O Canal Boat Rides in Georgetown

The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, more commonly known as the C&O Canal was built as a means of boat transport for Georgetown which was once a tobacco port until the middle of the 19th century.  The Canal is currently a tourist attraction. One hour boat tours are given through the historic neigborhood by guides in period clothing on a boat …
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Excellent Location in D.C.

We are excellently located in D.C. and just steps from Dupont Circle, National Geographic Museum, The National Mall, Embassy Row, The National Cathedral and so much more!