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Attractions in Washington D.C., DC


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Madame Tussauds Washington D.C.
Madame Tussauds Washington D.C. Top Attraction! things to do on a rainy day in Washington, DC
Museum in Washington D.C., DC USA

Interactive wax attraction Our interactive wax attraction is a place where guests can experience the glory of the U.S. presidency first-hand in an unparalleled interactive exhibit, featuring life-sized wax figures of all 44 Presidents, from George Washington to Barack Obama.


CitySights DC
CitySights DC
Tour in Washington D.C., DC USA

CitySights DC operates hop-on, hop-off bus tours in Washington DC. Our fleet of new double-decker top seating buses will provide you with the best view of Washington DC.

Zohery Tours
Zohery Tours
Historic Site in Washington D.C., DC USA
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Zohery Tours offers narrated Washington DC Sightseeing tours Zohery Tours offers live narrated sightseeing tours of Washington DC featuring the Grand Tour of Washington, Washington After Dark and other customized DC tours for individual tourists, groups and organizations.

Be My Valentine Tour & Workshop for Children
Be My Valentine Tour & Workshop for Children things to do on a rainy day in Washington, DC
Historic Site in Washington D.C., DC USA

Celebrate love and creativity at Tudor Place! Celebrate Valentine's Day with your children. A tour of the historic mansion will allow children to search for historic Valentine’s Day cards from the Tudor Place Archive. These cards then serve as inspiration for their own Valentine’s card creations to take home.

President Lincoln's Cottage - Grand Opening
President Lincoln's Cottage - Grand Opening
Historic Site in Washington D.C., DC USA

Grand opening of DC's newest national monument On February 19, 2008, President Lincoln’s Cottage at the Soldiers’ Home opens to the public for the first time, giving Americans an intimate, never-before-seen view of Abraham Lincoln’s presidency and family life.


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