Top 5 Free Things To Do in Washington D.C.

An exciting trip to our country’s capital does not need to cost an arm and a leg. There are plenty of free things to do in Washington D.C.  Whether you are just stopping in for a day trip or visiting for a weekend stay at a Washington DC Bed and Breakfast, there is plenty to …
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2022 WASHINGTON DC AREA CONVENTIONS

Destination DC’s 2022 list of conventions coming to the Washington DC metropolitan area. https://washingtondc.extranet.simpleviewcrm.com/reports/#/ConvCal?rptId=18 The MBA Tour 2022 – DC Attendance: 150 Date 02/08/2022 – 02/09/2022 Peak Rooms 12 HQ Hotel: Grand Hyatt Washington Housing: Location Hotel Only Contact Name: Alexandria Oates Contact Phone: (616) 227-0377 Title: Manager, Global Accounts Contact Fax: (480) 718-1126 Address: …
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What is Open in Washington DC During the Pandemic

With the Pfizer, Moderna, and even Johnson and Johnson vaccines rollout programs taking place all over the country, people are feeling way more comfortable with the idea of boarding airplanes, trains, and automobiles.  Washington, DC is operating under Phase Two which encompasses the reopening of museums, attractions, and restaurants.  There is a capacity limit at …
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Historic America Tours

In a city with so many tour options, it’s easy to think they’re all the same, but Historic America takes great pride in being a little different. Don’t get stuck with a boring guide reciting facts and statistics and dates that you’ll never remember, instead hire a Professional History Nerd that approaches each tour with …
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Visiting the White House

The House The iconic home of the President of the United States, the White House is one of the most recognizable homes of any state or national leader. Sitting near the epicenter of Washington D.C., its address at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue was selected in 1791 to be the location of the White House. Construction of …
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Visiting the Washington Monument

The Monument The centerpiece of the D.C. skyline is the Washington Monument which memorializes and pays respect to George Washington, the United States’ first Commander in Chief and President. Built in the shape of an Egyptian obelisk, this monument represents the foundation laid by George Washington that would be the country we live in today. …
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Visiting The Thomas Jefferson Memorial

THE MEMORIAL The Thomas Jefferson Memorial is a 129-foot tall marble structure in the style of classical revival architecture. It is built out of white Imperial Danby marble from Vermont. The memorial houses a 19-foot tall marble statue of Thomas Jefferson. Construction began on December 15, 1938, and the cornerstone was laid on November 15, 1939. …
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