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DCpages Winter Holiday Guide

Our NEW Winter Holiday Guide is full of information that highlights all holiday activities and events that occur in our Nation's Capitol.

The holidays in Washington, DC are nothing short of magical, spectacular as witnessed by the tens of thousands of out of town visitors who come to the Nation's Capital every year during this wonderful part of the year. DC celebrates in a multicultural fashion including Hanukkah, Kwanza, Ramadan and the "big one", Christmas.

There is so much going in so many places with so many choices to make it would take longer than the holiday season itself to see and do everything the DC Metro area has to offer. There are tours of the White House, the National Christmas Tree and Pathway of Peace, the many Christmas light displays families can drive through, The Gaylord National Hotel's million-pound ice sculptures, the Scottish Walk Weekend in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia … essentially all of DC and its surroundings are lit up and decorated to the "nines."

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 1  Washington DC Gift Shop

DC Gift Shop endeavors to create and deliver unique quality gift products that educate, entertain, enlighten, and encourage awareness of the rich history of our nation's capital, Washington DC.
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White House Christmas Ornament is proud to offer a moment of American history: The White House Historical Society, The Capitol Hill Historical Society, The Supreme Court Historical Society, and the Mount Vernon Ladies Association Christmas Ornament Collections. These official, time-honored Christmas gift ideas are hand-decorated holiday ornaments for a Christmas display that the whole family will enjoy. Christmas tree collectables from The White House Ornament Collection make great keepsakes for friends, for family, and for that son or daughter proudly serving in the Armed Forces, in Washington, D.C. or overseas.

The 2011 ornament reflects the excitement that President Roosevelt, his wife Edith, and their lively young family brought to life at the White House. The front face of the ornament is a color illustration derived from a political cartoon drawn by William A Rogers in 1901. Capturing the anticipation associated with the family's first White House Christmas, a jolly Santa Claus crosses the snow covered North Lawn carrying a large bag of toys over his shoulder and announces, "I hear that there are some kids in the White House this year." The reverse side of the 2011 White House Christmas ornament features a second color image inspired by a period illustration. It captures the moment in 1903 when young Archie (the second youngest of Roosevelt's children) reveals to his family a Christmas tree he had hidden in a seamstress's closet in the White House.

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