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#1: See one of the largest selections of portraits at the National Portrait Gallery.

#2: Hit the books at the Library of Congress.

#3: Rise sky high for the best view of DC at the Washington Monument.

#4: Take in the unique works of art at The Phillips Collection Tuesday thru Friday.

#5: Hit the dance floor for Salsa lessons at Cafe Citron in Dupont Circle.

#6: Head over to the Eastern Market for fresh produce, beautiful artwork, and great food.

#7:  Walk through Union Station for some of the most phenomenal architecture.

#8: Book a tour of the National Capital to take a closer look into America’s history.


#9: Lift off to the Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum to catch a glimpse of Neil Armstrong’s astronaut suit.

#10: Pull your hiking gear on or hop on your bike and make your way down the C&O Canal Towpath.

#11: Picnic at the Georgetown Waterfront Park for fantastic boat and paddle board viewing on the Potomac.




#12: Step into another world in DC’s China Town.

#13: Visit DC’s favorite giant pandas, Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo.

#14:  Take a tour of the milky way at Rock Creek Park.

#15: Head over to where many presidents have stood at The Lincoln Memorial, day or night.


lincoln-memorial-evening-view#16: Grab a volleyball and throw together a game in one of the pits at the East Potomac Park.

#17: Take on DC by foot by participating in an awesome walking tour.

#18: Experience the incredible beauty of the Botanic Garden.

#19: Catch the FRESHFARM Markets at Dupont Circle every Sunday.

#20: Catch a performance that are featured daily at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, home to artistic productions and performances here in DC.