D.C. Sightseeing Summary

Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery

A visit to Arlington National Cemetery is a chance to walk through American history and honor those who died for our country.

   
Ford’s Theater

Ford's Theater

A tour of this historic theater is a trip back in time to explore the life and legacy of President Abraham Lincoln who was assassinated here.

   
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Holocaust Museum

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is a living memorial of the Holocaust and a reminder of the need to confront hatred and prevent genocide.

   
International Spy Museum

 Spy Museum

The International Spy Museum is the first and only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage and provides a global perspective on this all-but-invisible profession.

   
 Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon

Visit George Washington’s home to take a step back in time and learn more about our nation’s first President.

   
National Archives

National Archives

In a democracy, records belong to the people, and for more than seven decades, NARA has preserved and provided access to the records of the United States of America.

   
National Zoo

National Zoo

The National Zoo is the nation’s zoo, serving as a research, educational and animal welfare example for the rest of the nation and the world.

   
Smithsonian

Smithsonian

The Smithsonian Institution is the world’s largest museum complex and research organization with museums, research centers and the National Zoo.

   
Washington Monument
Washington Monument

The Washington Monument honors our first president, George Washington, and is the most prominent structure, as well as one of the earlier attractions, in Washington, D.C.

   
Washington National Cathedral
National Cathedral

The Washington National Cathedral is a church for national purposes and a spiritual resource for our nation.  People of all faiths are welcome.