Washington DC Sightseeing

places to go in Washington, DC

Washington, D.C. has tons for you to do on your visit, no matter what your tastes. There are great museums for art lovers, great restaurants for gourmets, America’s most important monuments, and lots of great activities for the kids — all easily accessible via one of the world’s best subway systems, the Metro.

Washington DC monuments and memorials

Washington DC Monuments and Memorials

Washington, D.C. is filled with monuments and memorials dedicated to a variety of events and people. >>

Washington, DC Smithsonian museums

Washington, D.C. Museums — Smithsonian Museums and more!

Washington, D.C. has more museums and galleries than you can count, and most of them are free to visit. >>

Washington, DC attractions

Other Washington, D.C. Attractions

Washington, D.C. has more to offer than just museums, monuments, and memorials.

Washington, DC day trips

Washington, D.C. Day Trips — nearby attractions and cities

Washington, D.C. is surrounded by fun, vibrant towns and historical sites.

Washington DC parks

Washington, D.C. Parks — historical attractions and amusement parks

From Civil War history to Amusement Parks, you are sure to find a park that you will want to visit in Washington, DC or the surrounding area.

Events in Washington DC

Annual Events in Washington, D.C.

There is always something going on in Washington, D.C. — The Cherry Blossom Festival, Filmfest DC, the National Book Festival, the Marine Corps Marathon, etc.