Log in

Login to your account

Username *
Password *
Remember Me
Login With Facebook

Places To Visit in Washington DC - United States

Adams Morgan - Washington DC

Adams Morgan

If you love the nightlife then this is where you should head for. Live music, clubbing, in addition to plenty of restaurants catering to every kind of cuisine, great shopping and most of the embassies are located here. Another name for this area is Little Ethiopia for the concentration of African...

Read More

Arlington Cemetery  - Washington DC

Arlington Cemetery

The grounds of Arlington Cemetery serve as a resting place for many national heroes and more than 300,000  American soldiers, veterans, and dependents.  The Tomb of the Unknowns, a final resting place for unknown soldiers killed in both the World Wars, the Korean War, and until 1997, the...

Read More

Arlington House - Washington DC

Arlington House

Robert E Lee lived in this beautiful home set high on the hills overlooking the Potomac river. His home and part of his 1110 acre property were confiscated when his wife fled after he left to command the confederate Army of Northern Virginia in the American Civil War. After the war, the family sued...

Read More

Georgetown University - Washington DC

Georgetown University

The university campus is worth a look for its early 18th century structure and beautiful green campus gardens.
Founded in 1789, it was originally run by the country’s first black Jesuit, Father Patrick Healy. At the east gate, the imposing, Flemish style 1879 Healy building is impressive...

Read More

International Spy Museum  - Washington DC

International Spy Museum

The International Spy Museum opened in July 2002 is the largest   public collection of spy- related paraphernalia and exhibits on some of the most prominent spies in history. It provides a global perspective on a unique and ‘invisible’ profession that has moulded history and continues to...

Read More

Jefferson Memorial - Washington DC

Jefferson Memorial

A tribute to the primary author of the Declaration of Independence and the country's third President. The memorial was built on land reclaimed by the Potomac River, now known as the Tidal basin. It is a columned rotunda in the style of the Pantheon in Rome, whose classical architecture Jefferson...

Read More

Kids in tow - Washington DC

Kids in tow

Here are several suggestions on what we think children might find interesting on their trip to DC. You can start with the National Zoo, a sure hit with the kids! Not only is admission free but the National zoo is home to 400 different species of animals and is set within the beautiful Rock Creek...

Read More

Library of Congress - Washington DC

Library of Congress

The world’s largest library, it is housed in three different buildings and contains around 120 million items, including 22 million books, in addition to manuscripts, maps, photographs, films and prints. The first map to include the word ‘America’ and Thomas Jefferson’s personal collection...

Read More

Destination:

  1. Start date:

  2. End date:

Local Time
html clock