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Tiffany W. said, "...States Capitol - Book ahead for timed tickets for a Capitol tour, then walk through the underground tunnel to the library. Library of Congress Jefferson Building, directly across from the US Capitol is my favorite interior in DC. It's beautiful. See Jefferson's library,..." See More
Jacey & Scott M. said, "...National Mall. The National Zoological Park (Smithsonian). Presidential monuments, war monuments, National Gallery of Art, US National Archives & Records Administration, Library of Congress. Arlington National CemeteryWith some advance planning you can also tour the United States Capitol, The Pentagon. You really..." See More
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Tiffany W. said, "...are free. Just book ahead online and show up at your time. From here, you can take the tunnel to the Library of Congress which is also free and absolutely gorgeous inside. From here, either walk to Union Station right next to the..." See More
Erin M. said, "...breakfast. Walk west down Pennsylvania Ave and you'll run right into the United States Capitol, the US Supreme Court, and the Library of Congress. Keep walking and you'll hit the Mall and the Smithsonian Museums. The National Gallery of Art is a..." See More
Alejandra V. said, "...Absolutely do not miss seeing the Library of Congress. I have lived here for 10 years and it is my favorite tour (better than the White House and less crowded than the Capitol), and many people don't see it when they visit..." See More
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