Posts Tagged: Washington DC with Kids

Things To Do in Washington DC in April 2018

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Spring is one of the most popular times to visit Washington, DC thanks to the Cherry Blossom Festival, but there are many more things to do in April in Washington, DC, especially as the Cherry Blossoms might bloom in March this year!  The city is at its prettiest in the Spring so its a great […]

White House Easter Egg Roll 2018

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Washington DC White House

This post explains what the White House Easter Egg Roll is and how to get tickets (lottery).  Spring in Washington DC is one of the best times of the year to visit the nations capital.  With the cherry blossoms in bloom, warm weather finally here, it is the a great time of year to get […]

Washington DC with Kids 2017

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D.C. is a popular destination for people of all ages. The capital city’s abundance of museums, national landmarks, and historic sites make it a fun and educational haven. Families are often especially drawn to DC for its range of entertaining yet informative activities — many of which are free! Here’s our list of our favorite things […]

Things to Do in DC at Night

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This post is a look into things to do in Washington, DC at Night. Washington has evolved into a happening place to be after the sun sets. From great restaurants, bars, music, performances to art, culture and shimmering historical memorials on the night horizon, Washington DC has something for all its visitors at night.  And […]

Best Washington DC Bike Rentals and Tours

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While some people enjoy walking tours, others might find it difficult to walk around our nation’s capital.  Although any of the monuments and memorials in Washington DC can only be accessed via foot, most bike tours will get you close enough to hop off and walk to each landmark on your journey. This post compares and […]

A Free Observation Deck in Washington, DC

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Old Post Office DC Trump Hotel

This post is a guide to touring the Old Post Office Pavilion at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.   The Old Post Office has long been a standout in the DC skyline and you can see its clock tower rising 315′ (96 m), well above most of the surrounding buildings. Though DC residents might call […]

International Spy Museum Tickets and Guide

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This post is a guide to tickets and exhibits at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC., one of the most popular private museums in the city. In fact, it is so popular it is moving to a new large location in the next few years!  We show you what type of tickets (and discounts) […]

Washington DC Ghost Tours

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Ghosts of georgetown tour

For such a small city, Washington DC has a lot of ghost stories. In any of the historic neighborhoods, you’re bound to find an old house that has unexplained bumps in the night or otherworldly sightings of lost souls who suffered tragic ends. And even president can’t escape the stories of ghosts roaming the halls […]

Visiting Old Town Alexandria with Kids

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Old Town Alexandria is a history nerd’s paradise, but it’s also a great place to escape with the family…and maybe instill the love of history at an early age. Check out our DC Tourism Guide, with budget advice, travel guides, and information about local Washington DC attractions Related Posts: Old Town Alexandria: Things to Do […]

Visit the Pentagon on a Guided Tour

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Visit the Pentagon on a Guided Tour

This post is a how to visit and take a guided Pentagon tour, with tips on arriving and other nearby attractions.  As the headquarters of the Department of Defense for the United States, you may not think the building is open to the public. However with advance planning and some background checks, you can take […]