Tiffany W. said, "...Lebanese, go to The Pita House on King Street. For non-Smithsonian museums that are a lot of fun, go to the International Spy Museum and the National Museum of Crime & Punishment . The Newseum is interesting too. In DC, I also love..." See More
Phil V. said, "...People seem to like the Newseum and the International Spy Museum. But I don't think that's what you're asking about. LOVE the Washington National Cathedral. The FDR Memorial at night is a must-see, IMHO. Ben's Chili Bowl and Jaleo are two great..." See More
Rachel S. said, "...If you haven't already, be sure to check out the Newseum and the International Spy Museum in Gallery Place & Metro Center . Be sure to hike up to Brookland to visit the gorgeous cathedral as well. Have you seen the Washington National..." See More
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Tiffany W. said, "...also take the Metro to the Eastern Market stop and walk a couple blocks. Another breakfast spot is actually at the International Spy Museum. It's good and inexpensive. The museum, on the other hand, is a bit pricey, but worth it. As..." See More
Sofia F. said, "...A lot of it depends on how much you would like to spend on your trip. The Newseum and the International Spy Museum are both interesting, but also cost money to enter. being said, one of the beauties of Washington D.C. is that..." See More
Denise C. said, "...I would definitely recommend the Newseum and the International Spy Museum, in that order. Both charge admission, but offer unique experiences. The Newseum has lots of great exhibits around the news and its place in history...." See More
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Tiffany W. said, "...museums are the Newseum (which has a huge piece of the Berlin wall and a radio tower from 9/11) and the International Spy Museum. An easy metro ride will get you to Alexandria (Virginia) which is also incredibly amazing, so if you..." See More
Lauren M. said, "...monuments and memorials are awesome to see, especially the Washington Monument (my favorite). Also, the city has awesome museums, including the International Spy Museum, Smithsonian, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Make sure to eat at the food trucks (all over..." See More
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Heather T. said, "...early if you are interested in those that require tickets (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, National Museum of Crime & Punishment, International Spy Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art). Day 3, relax! Walk around a neighborhood, like Georgetown (Washington DC) or H Street..." See More
Maria B. said, "...to see panda bears, Great Falls National Park, VA to see waterfalls (you won't believe how spectacular they are), Baltimore Aquarium, International Spy Museum- there is a charge, Old Town Alexandria for shopping, eating, etc., Mount Vernon Mansion-George Washington's house...." See More
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