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America's Trusted Tours and Attractions

Find information and discount tickets to Washington DC's finest tours and attractions. Save up to 20%. Information and ticketing for the Old Town Trolley Tour, Monuments by Moonlight tour, DC Ducks, Segway tours, movie tours, and a whole lot more.
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Arlington Memorial Bridge

Arlington Memorial Bridge and its related architectural, engineering, sculptural and landscape features are significant as importantelements in the neoclassical urban design of the National Capital as it evolved during the first third of the 20th century.
ID Number : 4521
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Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

Built in honor of the Immaculate Conception, patroness of the United States,and located in Washington, DC, the Basilica of the National Shrine is 'America's Patron Catholic Church'.Includes multimedia highlights of its artistic/spiritual heritage, virtual tour, scheduling and broadcastinformation and an online bookshop.
400 Michigan Avenue Northeast, Washington, DC 20017-1566
Tel : 202-526-8300
ID Number : 7226
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Bureau of Engraving and Printing

We are the largest producers of security documents in the United States. The BEP produces over 9 billionFederal Reserve notes each year (coins are produced by the United States Mint).In addition, we produce over 20 billion postage stamps. The BEP is located south of the National Mall on 14th & C Sts., SW, within easywalking distance of a number of popular sites for visitors to Washington, D.C.
U.S. Treasury Department
14th and C Streets, SW, Washington, DC 20228
Tel : 202.874-3019
ID Number : 7194
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Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo

Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo is a private, family-owned and professionally operated facility. Since 1966, animals have been our extended family. We know their names, histories, and needs. And we know how important wildlife and their natural habitats are to the future. We hope that through our personal style of education and introduction, these wonderful creatures will become your extended family, too. Together, we'll make sure they and their wild-living relatives enjoy the future they deserve.
ID Number : 16086
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Chesapeake and Ohio Canal

The C&O Canal follows the route of the Potomac River for 184.5 miles from Washington, D.C. to Cumberland, MD. The canal operated from 1828-1924 as a transportation route, primarily hauling coal from western Maryland to the port of Georgetown in Washington, D.C. The Park is open during daylight hours
Tel:301.739-4200
ID Number : 4514
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City Scooter Tours

City Scooter Tours make the sites of the nation's capital accessible and fun for everyone. Visit the new World War II memorial, Lincoln Memorial, White House, US Capitol, Washington Monument and more in an electric convenience vehicle (mobility scooter). Knowledgeable and entertaining guides escort you on a leisurely ride, providing historical facts, interesting stories, and little-known anecdotes. This exciting exploration of the sites along the National Mall and Tidal Basin takes approx. 3 hours and includes the use of electronic headsets so you can hear all the details. Call Toll-Free 888-441-7575 for more information.
ID Number : 22012
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 1  New - added on August 24, 2011 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

Martin Luther King, Jr. left his mark on our Nation’s Capitol when he helped organize the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day was established as a US National Holiday in 1986.
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Ford's Theatre National Historical Site

Today, Ford's Theater and The House Where Lincoln Died (The Petersen House) are preserved by the National Park Service as Ford's Theatre National Historic Site.
Ford's Theatre NHS, 511 10th Street NW, Washington, DC 20004
Tel: 202.426-6924
ID Number : 4503
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Frederick Douglass National Historic Site

From 1877 to 1895, this was the home of Frederick Douglass, the Nation's leading19th-century African American spokesman. Visitors to the site will learn more about his efforts to abolish slavery and hisstruggle for Human Rights, Equal Rights and Civil Rights for all oppressed people. Among Frederick Douglass' otherachievements, he was U.S. minister to Haiti in 1889. Authorized Sept. 5, 1962, as Frederick Douglass Home; redesignatedFeb. 12.1988.
1411 W Street SE, Washington, DC 20020-4813
Tel : 202.426-5961
ID Number : 8234
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George Washington Masonic Memoria

Just a mile from the Potomac River, in Alexandria, Virginia and overlooking the nation's capitol, stands the 333 ft. George Washington Masonic National Memorial on historic Shooters Hill.
Tel : 703.683-2007
ID Number : 7701
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Great Falls Park

Great Falls Park, a site that is part of the George Washington Memorial Parkway, is an 800acre park located along the Potomac River 14 miles upriver from Washington D.C. The park isknown for two things, it's scenic beauty and George Washington's historic Patowmack Canal.
Tel: 703.285-2966 TTD: 703.285-2966.
ID Number : 4524
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Lafayette Square

Looking North, what is now the beautiful Lafayette Square, in the center of which is the statue of Jackson...
ID Number : 5562
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Mount Vernon - The Home of George Washington

George Washington's Mount Vernon estate extended over eight thousand acres and was divided into five farms, each a complete unit with its own overseers, work force ofslaves, livestock, equipment, and buildings.
George Washington Parkway, Mount Vernon, Virginia, 22121
Toll Free : 1-800-429-1520
ID Number : 7225
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National Building Museum

The Musuem celebrates American achievements in building and is housed in one of Washington, D.C.'s most magnificent spaces.
ID Number : 7795
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National Mall

Since being transferred to the National Park Service in 1933, the National Mall has served as a national open space for celebrations, demonstrations, protests, festivals, and numerous recreational activities. Its 146 acres are bounded by the museums of the Smithsonian Institution and rows of stately elm trees. Visitors can now enjoy one of the nation's most historic landscapes with its preserved vistas. For more information on ranger programs and National Mall activities call 202-426-6841.
ID Number : 5561
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Old Stone House

The Old Stone House built in 1765 is the oldest building in Washington, D.C. It is open for tours Wednesday through Sunday from 10:00 AM to4:00 PM. Ranger lead talks are available upon request and group tours may be reserved by calling 202-426-6851.
ID Number : 5560
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Party Animals - Washington DC

The herd is moving across Pennsylvania Avenue in the largest installation art project in the District of Columbia's history. Twenty of the Party Animals have hit the streets. Here you can find a list of street locations of your favorite political party animal (donkey and elephant) statues are downtown. There is also image gallery as well.
ID Number : 18965
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Pope John Paul II Cultural Center

Washington’s newest, must-see attraction, this one-of-a-kind, architecturally stunning museum offers a dynamic environment for visitors of all ages and denominations to explore faith and culture. The Cultural Center combines state-of-the-art technology in family-friendly interactive galleries. Visitors enjoy art from the world-class Vatican Museums, a Papal and Polish Heritage Room, Museum Store, Bookstore, Café, lecture series, films, performances, and heritage programs. Young children love the hands-on activities in a secure and comforting area in the Children’s Gallery. Don’t miss it!
ID Number : 18042
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Pope-Leighey House

This "Usonian" house was developed by Wright as a means of providing affordable housing for people of moderatemeans. Many innovative concepts, including spacious interiors, corner windows and a cantilevered roof, began here andwere quickly adapted across America.
9000 Richmond Highway, Alexandria, Virginia 22121
Tel : 703.780-4000
ID Number : 7223
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Robert E. Lee Memorial (Arlington House)

Today this house overlooking the Potomac River and Washington, D.C., is preserved as amemorial to General Lee, a man who gained respect of Americans in both the North and South.
ID Number : 4525
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Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

The largest federal building in Washington, DC and the only one open to the public, the building is home to the DC Visitor Information Center, Palomino Retaurant Rotisserie Bar, a 1,000 seat food court and a 2,000 car parking garage. The Capitol Steps, a political satire troupe, will be performing every Saturday evening at the building. Free tours of the building are offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11am at the 14th Street entrance. The building is open daily from 6am until 2am.
ID Number : 9381
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The Netherlands Carillon

This simple dedication on the Netherlands Carillon expresses the gratitude of the Dutch people for American aidreceived during and after World War II. The carillon itself symbolizes the friendship between the people of theNetherlands and those of the United States.
ID Number : 4522
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The Old Executive Office Building

It was here in the Old State, War and Navy Building, which is now the OEOB, that America's role as a world super power was born. The ongoing effort to preserve and restore this grand old building is a source of pride for all Americans.
17th St & Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20503
Tel : (202) 395-5895
ID Number : 7063
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The Pentagon

The Pentagon, headquarters of the Department of Defense, is one of the world's largest office buildings. It is twice the size of the Merchandise Mart inChicago, and has three times the floor space of the Empire State Building in New York.
Tel: (703) 695-1776
ID Number : 4504
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The U.S. Botanic Garden

Established by Congress in 1820, the United States Botanic Garden is the oldest botanic garden in North America. The garden's first greenhouse was constructedin 1842; since 1849 the Garden has been located at the eastern end of the Mall.
245 First Street, S.W., Washington, D.C., 20024
Tel: 202.225-8333
ID Number : 4511
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Tudor Place

Tudor Place stands alone in the nation's capital as a house of architectural distinction lived in by six generations of the same family from1805 to 1984. Set in over five acres of garden, it provides the visitor a rare historical perspective.
1644 31St. Street NW
Washington, DC 20007
Phone: (202) 965-0400
ID Number : 5564
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U.S. Customs photo gallery

A varied group of photographs with news, law enforcement, k9 dogs, information technology, boats, planes, drugs, agents, inspectors, swat teams, srt teams, communications
ID Number : 10939
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U.S. National Arboretum

The Arboretum's beautiful 444-acre campus in Washington, D.C. contains an array of display gardens, collections, and historical monuments set among nativestands of eastern deciduous trees. Arboretum grounds are open every day of the year except December 25th from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Administration Building is open Monday throughFriday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on weekends in spring through autumn.
3501 New York Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002-1958
Tel: Tel: 202-245-2726 Fax: 202-245-4575
ID Number : 5823
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U.S. State Department : Diplomatic Reception Rooms

The Diplomatic Reception Rooms of the Department of State, which are used for official functionshosted by the Secretary of State and other high level government officials, are open for pre-arrangedtours at no charge. These rooms hold a premier collection of 18th Century American Furniture, paintingsand decorative arts.
Tel : (202)-647-3241
ID Number : 8482
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United States Naval Observatory

The U.S. Naval Observatory performs an essential scientific role for the Navy, for the Department of Defense and for the United States. Its missionis to determine the positions and motions of celestial objects, to provide astronomical data, to measure the Earth's rotation and to maintain the MasterClock for the United States.
3450 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20392-5420
Tel : (202) 762-1437
ID Number : 6939
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Washington D.C. Ghost Hunting

A guide to haunted places, tours and ghost lore in the Washington D.C.-Metro area.
ID Number : 9378
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Washington National Cathedral

The sixth largest cathedral in the world, built in the Gothic style at one of the highest points in Washington, D.C., the Cathedral is a national house of prayer for all people. Offering public tours and worship services, the Cathedral provides inspiration and tranquility in its architecture, gardens, music and programs. Massachusetts and Wisconsin Aves, NW, Washington , DC, 20016-5098. (202) 537-6200. www.cathedral.org/cathedral
ID Number : 17577
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White's Ferry

This page contains a photo of boarding onto the ferry across the Potomac River.
24801 White's Ferry Road, Dickerson, MD 20842
Tel : 301-349-5200
ID Number : 6630
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