Top Things To Do District Of Columbia - Washington

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Whether you are a Native American, who want to explore the cultural side of America or you are wanderer, who aspire to dive deep into the culture and history of the world's superpower - the United States of America; Washington, DC is definitely the best way to explore, as you can find authentic food and wine to cultural events to history all in Washington. Get ready for the monumental tour and experience the rich art and culture of America.
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How to reach Washington?
Located along the Potomac River on America's East Coast, the capital city of the USA is well connected to most of the major cities of the world through the convenience air network.  There are three airports in Washington, DC namely Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Baltimore–Washington International Airport, and Washington Dulles International Airport. However, the Washington Dulles International Airport and Reagan Washington National Airport is the major international airport, which has a direct flight to over 30 international destinations worldwide.
Things to do in Washington
Formally known as the District of Columbia, Washington is the capital city of the USA, which was founded after the American Revolution in the year 1790. Apart from being the most visited destinations in the world, with over 20 million annual tourists; this Federal District is a politically important city of the USA, because of its status as the seat of the United States federal government.
Washington, Dc is no less than a monumental delight, as it is jewelled with many iconic monuments of all times, the museums narrating the bygone stories of America and many captivating sights showcasing American arts.
  • White House
Also referred to as the 'President's House', the White House is the most significant architectural building of the USA, built between 1792 and 1829. It is an iconic and imposing building, which is not easily accessible for common visitors. The visit to the White House must be pre-arranged at least 21 days prior to the visit.
  • US Capitol
Well recognized as the legislative branch of American government, US Capitol is significant building - a seating house of Congress, who draft and amend country's laws. The tour to US capitol include exploring the building, a movie delight narrating the political history of America, visit ornate halls, and whispery chambers, which showcases statues and personal mementos of Congress members.
  • National Air and Space Museum
Get ready for the tour of a hugely popular museum of all times, which showcases some of the most historic aircraft the Wright Brother’s flyer, Howard Huges' H-1 Racer, Amelia Earhart's natty red plane, Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St Louis and, Chuck Yeager's Bell X-1. Moreover, the visitors would get to see and experience the impressive ‘Apollo to the Moon' exhibit upstairs, Imax theatre, planetarium and much more.
  • National Archives 
Located at the north of the National Mall at 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C, The National Archives Building is the official headquarters of the National Archives and Records Administration of the USA. It is known for treasuring the real copies of the three main formative documents of the United States: the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and the Bill of Rights.
  • National Gallery of Art
National Gallery of Art is consists of two buildings stuffed with Hundreds of artistic masterpieces, which definitely offers many historic delights to its visitors. West building is the fine example of neoclassical architecture, which showcases European art of European art. However, East Building inspired by Pei–design holds many modern and contemporary arts.
Hope you find this blog enthralling. This holiday, plan you trip to Washington and make it a worthwhile experience.

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