Start your capital trip with one of the top historical sites in Washington, DC – The White House.
The long black-granite wall is emblazoned with the names of more than 58,000 Americans who gave their lives in the Vietnam War.
The World War II Memorial is one of those must-see places in Washington DC that honors America.
Another sobering Washington DC landmark, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, is located on the eastern side of the Mall.
Commemorate America’s greatest Civil Rights Movement leader at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, sculpted by Master Lei Yixin.
As you’re walking around the Tidal Basin in Washington, DC, you’ll see the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial.
Among the most-visited landmarks in Washington, DC is the emblematic Washington Monument, built to honor George Washington.
The park runs more than two miles from the Lincoln Memorial on the west to the US Capitol in the east.
A DC landmark, the Ford Theater is a working performance venue, a world-class museum, and an educational center.