The Embassy of Ireland

The Embassy of Ireland is located at 2234 Massachusetts Ave. N.W at Sheridan Circle, in the Embassy Row neighborhood. The original architect of the house at 2234 Massachusetts Avenue was William Penn Cresson. The Republican governor of Louisiana William P. Kellogg (1873-1877) was the first owner of the property which was purchased later by Ireland …
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The French Embassy

The French embassy is located at 4101 Reservoir Rd NW Washington, District of Columbia 20007. The embassy opened in 1984. With some 400 staffers, it is France’s largest foreign embassy. The embassy represents the interests of France and French citizens in the United States within the US. The French ambassador’s residence in Washington, D.C. is located at …
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John F. Kennedy’s Home tour

During his time as U.S. Senator, John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jackie, lived in several homes around the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC. Before January 1961 when the Kennedy family moved into the White House, they lived at a total of seven residences around Georgetown! While all of these historic homes are private residences, …
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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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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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