Things to do in Washington D.C this Weekend 

why visiting Washington D.C ?

When you go to D.C., take note of the city’s buildings and development. Pierre Charles L’Enfant, a French-born architect and city-planner, planned the capital, taking motivation from Paris, Amsterdam, and Milan, and their broad streets and avenues, and plenty open space. Those who don’t enjoy being towered over by impressive city constructions will escalate D.C.; the Heights of Structures Act of 1910 stops buildings being taller than the width of the end-to-end street, plus 20 feet. The result: the city’s skyline is low and extensive. D.C.’s architecture alone is worth visiting the city for. Many of D.C.’s structures have earned top places in the American Institute of Architects’ rankings of “America’s Favorite Architecture,” the White House, the Washington National Cathedral, and the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, to name just three.

What is Best Time of Year to Travel to D.C. ?

To enjoy Washington D.C, a spectacular man-made landmarks and attractions at their finest, visit D.C. between mid-March and May; through this time, the Cherry Blossom trees are in full-bloom, which makes the area magical. This time of year — Spring — also sees milder weather; it’s the sweet spot right after the biting cold leaves and the sweltering heat arrives. To avoid crowds, as is true for any tourist destination, visit D.C. outside school vacations. That said, if you don’t mind the heat and humidity, a good time to tour the city is in the summer after July 4th; kids are out of school, but most head to cooler destinations or summer camp.

Places to Visit in D.C.

  • The Capitol Building

  • The White House

  • The Wall (the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial)

  • Washington Monument

  • National Building Museum

  • National Museum of the American Indian

  • Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

  • The Library of Congress​

Unique Things to See and Do in D.C.

  • Wonder around the first ever espionage museum, the Spy Museum

  • Catch a concert at the Kennedy Center

  • Admire 2000+ animals at the National Zoo

  • Tour Mount Vernon, where George Washington lived

  • Relax at the Reflecting Pool next to the Lincoln Memorial

  • Visit the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

  • Check out Ford’s Theatre, where Lincoln was assassinated

  • Treat your nose at the United States Botanic Garden

  • Walk around the capital’s historic waterfront, Georgetown

Washington D.C Tours :

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Everyday

Enjoy The Sightseeing of washington D.C During the daytime , see the daily life of the most powerful city .

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$50

D.C After Sun Set

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One of D.C top Secrets is the Night tour, enjoy Jefferson memorial when it is reflecting in the tidal basin. 

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$50

D.C All Day Tour 

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Both The day tour and the night tour is one bundle , and save and join us in a journey to the nations history .

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$95

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