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Washington, DC Travel: Most Popular Articles

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Try Shuttles to and from the Airport in...
Shuttle Services are an economical way to get to and from DC airports and train stations. Here is a list of some of popular and convenient ground services.
Georgetown Cupcake Takes the Cake
Georgetown Cupcake is DC's premier cupcakery. Tucked away in trendy Georgetown, Georgetown Cupcake is a must stop for every visitor to Washington, DC.
National Museum of the Marine Corps
The National Museum of the Marine Corps, 36 miles outside of Washington DC, teaches us about this military branch through lots of interactive displays.
Octagon House and Museum - Washington, DC
The Octagon House and Museum in Washington, DC is located at 18th St. and New York Ave. NW. Find out how to arrange a tour and see the oldest museum in the U.S. devoted to architecture.
Best Restaurants For Dessert in Washington, DC
A guide to the best restaurants in Washington, DC for desserts. Learn where the best places are to find your favorite sweet. Be it cupcakes, pie, ice cream or a souffle DC has some great places for dessert.
March in Washington
March in Washington is when we start to see signs of Spring. Between celebrating the Persian New Year, film screenings on California Parks, and the National Cherry Blossom Festival, visitors won’t be bored during the month.
Strawberry Dart Frog at National Zoo in DC
Strawberry Dart Frog at National Zoo in Washington, DC. Page 2.
Clouded Leopard Cubs at National Zoo
Clouded Leopard Cubs born at National Zoo. These two cute little furry balls are part of the recent baby boom at the National Zoo in DC.
National Museum of American History –...
The National Museum of American History is part of the Smithsonian Institution and is located in Washington, DC. Visitors can see over three million artifacts ranging from the original Star-Spangled Banner, Abraham Lincoln's top hat and more.
Hello Cupcake Dupont Circle
Hello Cupcake DC in located in Dupont Circle in Washington is a bakery specializing in cupcakes. The branch offers a variety of unique, fun flavors.
Write Your Valentine a Love Letter: Stationery...
Valentine's Day isn't always about the flowers and the chocolates. Writing your sweetheart a love letter is a priceless gift and the fine stationery that many speciailty shops in DC carry would make even Shakespeare jealous.
Going Native in Washington, DC
Here are ten great tips to look like a Washington, DC insider rather than a typical tourist.
June Festivals in DC
June is filled with fun summer festivals that visitors to Washington, DC won't want to miss.
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial is a great place to learn history and see one of Washington's newest memorials.
Presidential Inauguration 2013
No matter who gets elected to the White House, witnessing the inaugural swearing-in ceremony is an honor. The next presidential inauguration is Jan. 21, 2013, where either Gov. Mitt Romney will stand on the podium for the first time or President Barack Obama gets sworn in for his second term. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about getting tickets or just being a spectator. You'll also learn about the actual ceremony.
KidSpy® Festival Tradecraft Try-Its
Families visiting Washington, DC will love the International Spy Museum. With fun for both kids and mom and dad everyone can enjoy being a spy at the first KidSpy Festival ever.
Free Scavenger Hunt: The Race to the White...
On Saturday, April 18, 2009 Watson Adventures will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a free Race to the White House Scavenger Hunt.
Basilica of the National Shrine of the...
Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is one of the ten largest churches in the world. It is also the largest Roman Catholic Church in the US.
St. Matthew Cathedral in Washington, DC
St. Matthew Cathedral is located at 1725 Rhode Island, NW in Washington, DC. It is famously known as the Catholic church where President John F. Kennedy's funeral was held and where the annual Red Mass is held in the fall.
Patriotic Places to Celebrate July 4th in...
Washington, DC is a place of patriots and patriotism. The city is filled with landmarks that honor those who made the US “the Home of the Brave” and that embody the spirit of American freedom.
Hay Adams Hotel in Washington, DC
The Hay Adams is one of Washington, DC's most luxurious hotels. Steps away from the White House, the Hay Adams is a convenient hotel with superior service.
Washington, DC Sports
Washington has some great sports teams and arenas to catch games. This guide will tell you exactly what teams play here, where you can see them play, and the best way to get tickets.
Happy the Hippo at the National Zoo in DC
Happy the Zoo enjoys a swim at the National Zoo in DC. Page 5.
W Hotel Washington, DC
W Hotel Washington, DC is a luxury hotel next to the White House. W Hotel Washington, DC is the city's it hotel where insiders crowd the POV Bar. Perfect place to stay during the Fourth of July and watch the fireworks
National Silver Fox Rabbits at the National Zoo
National Silver Fox Rabbits living at the National Zoo in DC. Page 4.
Free Summer Concerts - The United States Air...
Free summer concerts in Washington, DC happen just about every day of the week. The United States Air Force Band plays Wednesdays and Fridays during the month of August.
National Museum of Women in the Arts
National Museum of Women in the Arts is located at 13th St and New York Ave in Washington, DC. National Museum of Women in the Arts explores the achievements of women in the art world. Find exhibits, hours, and general information.
Church Services for Christmas in Washington, DC
Washington, DC has some wonderful churches where you can celebrate Christmas Eve and Christmas day. If you are looking for a midnight Mass to attend, there are many local churches that offer services.
The Dairy Godmother in Alexandria, VA
The Dairy Godmother serves up frozen custard and nostalgic treats to please young and old. Located in Alexandria, VA, you definitely want to stop by this cafe for a creamy dessert.
Dog-Friendly Happy Hours in Washington, DC
Dog happy hour in Washington, DC is fun for humans and puppies. These dog-friendly venues have happy hours planned that are hospitable to pets and their masters.
Fly Lounge in Washington, DC
Fly Lounge located in Washington, DC is an upscale club located in DC's Dupont Circle neighborhood. Fly Lounge is part of Washington, DC's exciting nightlife.
Luke the Lion at the National Zoo in DC
Luke the Lion at the National Zoo enjoys a day in the snow. Page 6.
Two Read Pandas at the National Zoo in DC
Two Red Pandas at the National Zoo in DC. Page 3.
Marian Koshland Science Museum
Not many people know, including native Washingtonians, that the nation’s capital is home to a science museum. The Marian Koshland Science Museum is part of the National Academy of Sciences and has lots of interesting exhibits to learn everything from emerging infectious diseases to what the universe is made of.
Sightseeing DC With A Teen
Washington offers lots of stuff to do that may be of particular interest to a teenager. Here are the top 10 sites that may (or not) appeal to the 13-19 crowd.
The International Spy Museum: Operation...
The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC has some great programs that will make your kids want to stay in the District forever. The Spy Museum's Operation Undercover: Secrets of Disguise is an experience that they will always remember.
La Tasca Restaurant
La Tasca is a Spanish tapas restaurant and bar in Washington across the street from the Verizon Center. It’s also around the corner from the National Portrait Gallery, the National Museum of Crime & Punishment, and the International Spy Museum.
Learn the Tricks of the Trade at the Spy Museum...
The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC is filled with memorabilia and information about intrigue and espionage and how it has shaped our nation over the years. Page 3.
National Museum of Health and Medicine
Anyone interested in medicine and the history of it will love the National Museum of Health and Medicine. It’s off the beaten path, as it’s tucked onto the campus of Walter Reed Army Medical Center. But once you get through security (don’t forget your picture ID), it’s well worth the visit.
July in Washington
There’s lots to do in Washington during July from fireworks to beer tastings at the National Zoo.
Visit the Supreme Court in Washington, DC
The US Supreme Court in Washington, DCis the highest judicial body in the US. Visitors to DC can hear oral argument October through April.

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