Ever wondered why many people love to visit the capital of United States of America ”Washington D.C’ during their visit to United States of America? Of course it is because of the monuments and entertainment options that shouldn’t be the only thing you should know about Washington D.C So, join me as I walk you through some exciting places in Washington DC , where you can learn, see innovations and chill even if you have never been to the capital .
- Lincoln Memorial-This is a memorial centre built and named after One of the most influential men in US,the 16th President of United States of America.The memorial center is located in Washington D.C .The monument sits immortalized in marble as an enduring symbol of unity, strength, and wisdom. It is a hundred feet tall .The Lincoln Memorial was dedicated 100 years ago in May 1922
- The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum -Dedicated in 1993 to serve as the national Holocaust museum. Visiting Washington D.C cannot not be interesting if you don’t visit this museum. The USHMM inspires people to confront hatred and promote human dignity. It is a must visit for visitors to Washington DC ,and to have a succesful and beautiful time at the museum, kindly visit the USHMM planner who will help you make the most of your time at the Museum and includes a free gift from the Museum Shop. Every person in the world should walk through the doors of that museum and take a guided tour. During these guided tours, identification cards of holocaust heros are given to visits ,this cards are used to know whether the person who appears on your card .There are some truly gut-wrenching moments at this historical location, but it is important to understand the past so the same mistakes don’t reoccur in the future. The museum does a great job of giving plenty of historical details.
- National Air and Space Museum/ The Smithsonian-The National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution, also called the Air and Space Museum, is a museum in Washington, D.C., US. It was established in 1946 as the National Air Museum and opened its main building on the National Mall near L’Enfant Plaza in 1976.(According to Wikipedia).The Smithsonian National Museum of natural history and the National Air and Space Museum are both located in Washington, D.C. These locations caters for a younger crowd, it’s a place for kids to learn interesting things, have fun and hang out with the family. The Smithsonian Institution is known for being a family-friendly, educational, fun and affordable destination. There’s always something new (and old) to see or do.
The Washington Monument is a must see in DC. It is awesome to see and up close and personal it exceeds the expectations of visitors to the monument. Take a moment to see this. A visit to this place is worth the trip. You must also get your get tickets in advance. So interesting how it was built and how states are represented. View of all directions is captivating. It is filled with rich history .George Washington was the first proud elected . Both he and Lincoln have exuberant memorials fit for their contribution to the United States, and both monuments are worth checking out.
Library of Congress
Located in Washington, D.C the Library of Congress is the national library of the United States government , and represents the research arm of the U.S. Congress. It is an open place where you can search for the oldest cultural institution in US.The Library of Congress was established on April 24, 1800, when President John Adams signed an act of Congress allowing for the transfer of the U.S. Government from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to the new capital city of Washington, D.C.