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National Mall
9 reviews
At the west end of the National Mall, this Greek-style temple to the 16th president holds Daniel Chester French's 19-foot-tall statue of Lincoln and carved inscriptions of his famous speeches. — Where
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National Mall
11 reviews
Lose yourself in letters. — Not For Tourists
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Downtown / Chinatown
11 reviews
“They say you're judged by the strength of your enemies”—James Bond, Quantum of Solace.  — Atlas Obscura
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National Mall
9 reviews
Dedicated in 2004, the monument that honours America’s "Greatest Generation" is a grandiose affair on a 7.4-acre plot. — Time Out
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Downtown / Chinatown
8 reviews
The museum also houses a portion of the Berlin Wall, and part of the broadcast tower that once graced the top of the World Trade Center. — Concierge
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Upper Northwest
7 reviews
Among the exhibitions, America on the Move chronicles the changing ways Americans have got around a large country and how different modes of transport have transformed the nation. — Time Out
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Georgetown
10 reviews
An estate that encompasses an early-19th-century mansion-museum-research center, an art gallery-pavilion, a library, and nearly 16 acres of gorgeous gardens. — Frommer's
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Upper Northwest
11 reviews
Officially named the Cathedral Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, the imposing Gothic-style edifice overlooking the city from its 57-acre site on Mount St. — Michelin Guide
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National Mall
8 reviews
Situated at the foot of Capitol Hill, this lush conservatory serves as the nation's living plant museum. — Michelin Guide
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National Mall
9 reviews
The 28,000-year-old specimen is remarkably intact.  — Atlas Obscura
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National Mall
9 reviews
This beloved landmark closed after a rare but powerful 2011 earthquake in Virginia sent tremors that rattled the mighty monument, leaving visible cracks and structural damage. — Fodor's
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7 reviews
An unmistakable architectural statement on the Mall, this cylindrical building houses one of the finest collections of modern art in the country. — Michelin Guide
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Dupont Circle
8 reviews
The Phillips Collection is an art museum founded in 1921 by Duncan and Marjorie Phillips. — On the Grid
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9 reviews
The most revered burial ground in the US, this vast military cemetery is one of the capital's most poignant sights. — Michelin Guide
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National Mall
10 reviews
The White House has survived both fire and insults (Jefferson groused that it was 'big enough for two emperors, one Pope and the grand Lama'). — Lonely Planet
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National Mall
7 reviews
The sombre black granite walls of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial have become a shrine, with pilgrims coming to touch the more than 58,000 names. — Time Out
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Federal Triangle
10 reviews
An atomic bomb-proof strongbox protects the U.S. Constitution from terrorists and thieves.  — Atlas Obscura
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National Mall
8 reviews
The two buildings of the National Gallery hold one of the world's foremost art collections, with paintings, sculptures, and graphics that date from the 13th to the 21st centuries. — Fodor's
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National Mall
7 reviews
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Upper Northwest
8 reviews
Since 2000, the giant pandas, Tian Tian and Mei Xiang, have been the zoo's most famous residents. — Fodor's
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