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Kennedy Center

For a quintessential Washington DC view, go up to the terrace floor of the Kennedy center. It's free and unlike the Washington monument, no reservations or waiting in line. Just go...more


While the Metro is a great alternative, you may find yourself driving and parking (or trying to) in Washington, D.C. If you park, double, no, triple check the parking regulation signs....more


If you ever have the opportunity to visit Washington, DC, a visit to the Air and Space Museum is "a must."   more

Often Overlooked Treasure

One of my favorite places to visit in Washington, DC is Hillwood. It is the former estate of Marjorie Merriweather Post and contains beautiful gardens and greenhouses as well as an art...more

New Capital Building Tour

We have visited DC several times over the years and recently took the Capital building tour from the new Vistors Center that has been newly constructed. It was very enjoyable in spite...more

National Zoo

The National Zoo is one of the best places to visit in D.C. and it's free! Save yourself the cost of parking and take the Metro, but do not get off at the Woodley Park Zoo-Adams...more

DC Hiking Trails

For those of you who want to go for an amazing trail run or hike, I suggest you go to Turkey Run off of the George Washington Parkway in Virginia (between 495 and DC). If you take the...more

user review | See + Do: International Spy Museum, Penn Quarter

The Spy Museum

We attended with our older son - captivating. Make sure you set aside some time to "solve" one of their cases.   more

Great Falls National Park

On our latest trip to the Washington, DC area we were looking for a "natural" place to take a walk. Who knew there was a waterfall in Northern Virginia? We're pretty sure...more

Kennedy Center Tram

There is a small tram bus (free) that takes you to the nearby underground. A single woman can easily attend the free daily 6:00 summer concert and get back to town.   more

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