Washington DC

Washington DC is the capital of the United States and hosts all three branches of the federal government. It is home to the Smithsonian Museum, which lines the Washington Mall in a number of buildings and is arguably one of the greatest museums in the world. Most of the federally operated buildings are free to the public and close around five, but the monuments can still be viewed at night and are lit up beautifully.

What to Do in Washington DC

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American Visionary Art Museum
The American Visionary Art Museum is situated along the neighborhood of Federal Hill in Baltimore, Maryland. The museum is dedicated to the display and...
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B&O Railroad Museum
The B & O Railroad Museum started operations July 1953, originally named as Baltimore & Ohio Transportation Museum. This museum is an exhibit of the railroad...
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Your price: $32
Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum
Babe Ruth was born at 216 Emory Street which is a Baltimore row house. The birthplace of Babe Ruth had fallen into disrepair when Mayor Theodore McKeldin...
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Your price: $20
Baltimore Museum of Art
The Baltimore Museum of Art was established in 1914. The museum started with only one painting. Now, the collection accumulated to 90,000 artworks. The...
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Baltimore Museum of Industry
The Baltimore Museum of Industry is situated in an old cannery in Baltimore, Maryland. The museum is dedicated in showcasing exhibits on different types...
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Baltimore Orioles
The Baltimore Orioles are an American team that plays professional baseball based in Baltimore, Maryland. They play in the American League of the Major...
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Circle Tower
Circle Towers apartments for rent in Fairfax, VA are located minutes from George Mason University, Downtown, Washington, DC, and just a half mile from...
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Cylburn Arboretum
The Cylburn Arboretum is a city park garden and arboretum. It began as the private estate of Jesse Tyson who is a businessman and started to build the...
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Historic Ships in Baltimore
The Historic Ships in Baltimore showcases one of the finest collections of military ships in the entire world. The fascinating exhibit includes the Lightship...
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Linganore Winery
The Linganore Winery is a family operated business. It lies in a 230 acre scenic countryside. The Winery was established in 1971 by Jack and Lucille Aellen...
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Maryland Science Center
The Maryland Science Center opened its doors in 1976. The science center is comprised of an observatory, a planetarium and three levels of exhibits. The...
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Mount Clare Museum House
On a rise in the center of Carroll Park in southwest Baltimore stands Maryland's first museum house and one of the oldest and finest examples of colonial...
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National Museum of Dentistry
The Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry opened in 1996. It is devoted to the exhibition and preservation of dentistry and its history in...
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National WWII Museum
Its previous name was the National D-Day Museum. The museum is a showcase of interesting things about the Battle of Normandy and the great contributions...
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Pimlico Race Course
The Pimlico Race Course publicly opened in the fall of 1870. It is a racetrack for thoroughbred horses which is situated in Baltimore, Maryland. It is...
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Port Discovery Children’s Museum
The Port Discovery Children’s Museum was established in 1976 and was originally a Baltimore City Agency. The children’s museum was first housed in the...
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Reginald F. Lewis Museum
The Reginald F. Lewis Museum opened in 2005. It is an African-American Museum devoted to exhibiting the struggles for self-determination made by African...
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The Baltimore Basilica
The Baltimore Basilica was constructed from 1806 to 1821. It is also known as the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin...
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The Jewish Museum of Maryland
The Jewish Museum of Maryland was established in 1960. The museum gives the important information about the American Jewish experience in the city of Baltimore...
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The Kreeger Museum
It is a nonprofit museum that operates in private. It’s located in the former residence of David and Carmen Kreeger. The museum was designed by the famous...
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The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
The Maryland Zoo opened in 1876 and considered to be the third longest running zoological park in the USA. It was formerly known as the Baltimore Zoo and...
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Your price: $33
Top of the World Observation Level
The Top of the World Observation Level is the best starting point in having a tour in Baltimore with the fascinating view of the harbor, skyline and beyond....
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Your price: $18
Urban Pirates
The Urban Pirates brings thrilling family adventure cruises in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore. The Urban Pirates features the pirate ship called “Fearless”...
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USS Constellation
The USS Constellation was built in 1854 and the second US Navy ship to carry the name. It is the last sail-only warship designed and built by the US Navy....
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Walters Art Museum
The Walters Art Museum is an art museum that was publicly established in 1934. Its location is along the neighborhood of Mount Vernon in Baltimore, Maryland....
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