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Where to go Washington
 
Where to go in Washington, where to go in USA and visit the best places in Washington.
 

Where to go in Washington, USA and visit the best places in Washington. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

 
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Tip 1: Dupont Circle: Dupont Circle is a cosmopolitan neighbourhood with some of Washington, DC's finest museums, historic homes and foreign embassies as well as a variety of ethnic restaurants, bookstores, and private art galleries. This neighbourhood is the heart of Washington, DC’s nightlife.
 
Tip 2: George Washington Mount Vernon Estate: The estate of George Washington includes a 14-room mansion that is beautifully restored and furnished with original objects dating back to the 1740's. You can explore the mansion including the kitchen, slave quarters, smokehouse, coach house and the stables and gardens. In the museum you can learn about the life of America's first president and his family.
 
Tip 3: The National Zoo: with more than 435 different species of animals with free entrance, you only pay for parking. Pick up a map an plan ahead so that you don't miss any of your favourite animals.
 
Tip 4: Great Falls Park: an 800 acre park along the Potomac River offers a variety of activities like hiking, picnicking, kayaking, rock climbing, bicycling and horseback riding. You can also view the falls from several observation areas.
 
Tip 5: Old Town Alexandria: a historic town with cobblestone streets, colonial houses and churches, museums, shops and restaurants. Pick up a map and some brochures of the many museums and businesses in the area.
 
Tip 6: Eastern Market: The farmers market offers fresh products and flowers, baked goods, meat, fish, cheese and dairy products. The Market Lunch is known for its crab cakes and blueberry pancakes. In the weekend, the Farmers Market at Eastern Market moves outdoors. Arts & Crafts Fairs are held on Saturdays and The Flea Market is on Sunday.
 
Tip 7: Glen Echo Park: a former amusement park, now a national park presents year-round activities in dance, theatre, visual arts and environment education. There are weekly dances in the Spanish Ballroom.
 
Tip 8: Adams Morgan: a culture diverse community with a lot of restaurants, nightclubs, coffee houses, bars, bookstores art galleries and more. Neighbourhood restaurants feature cuisine from just about everywhere from Ethiopia and Vietnam to Latin America and the Caribbean.
 
Tip 9: Capitol Hill: begin at the Capitol Visitor Centre. Exhibition Hall features original documents and artifacts, videos, touchable models, computer interactive and two small theatres, providing visitors with an in-depth look at how Congress works, the history of the Capitol and Congress, as well as information on Representatives and Senator.
 
Tip 10: Library of Congress: This is the oldest federal cultural institution and serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections.
 
Tip 11: The White House: The official residence of the President of the United States, a symbol of the prestige of the presidency. Used as a home for every President. There are public tours available but you must do a request by the Member of Congress. Tours are scheduled on a first come, first served basis.
 
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