4 mentions in Best monuments in DC to take kids?
peggy r. said, "...will find photos and memorabilia left behind. Great place for a bathroom stop, too! I think it's important to see the Lincoln Memorial. It isn't too bad a walk from WWII to Lincoln. To make the walk more fun you have..." See More
Jay R. said, "...will be more meaningful if your children know some basic facts about each in advance. I'd make the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial and Thomas Jefferson Memorial must-sees. I think the Jefferson is the most handsome of the Presidential monuments/memorials, as it..." See More
Nars K. said, "...to these. Lincoln memorial and Washington monument should not be missed. You will need tickets to go up the Washington monument. Lincoln Memorial Washington Monument Thomas Jefferson Memorial MLK Memorial Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Here are some other ideas: http://www.ruebarue.com/washington-dc/guide?num-days=3&pace=2&starting-date=2015-08-12&filter=family,must%20see Have a..." See More
Tiffany W. said, "...one end of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool and it's a pretty walk (with ducks and geese and squirrels) to the Lincoln Memorial which is also very impactful for kids and has great photo ops. The Vietnam War Veteran's Memorial is close,..." See More
2 mentions in What to see in Georgetown?
peggy r. said, "...to see instead of trying to see an entire museum at once. The walk from the United States Capitol to the Lincoln Memorial is about 4 miles roundtrip. If you are a walker, it is easily done but if not I suggest..." See More
Tiffany W. said, "...them in order of a walking tour loop. Washington Monument, National World War II Memorial, Constitution Gardens, Vietnam War Veteran's Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, MLK Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial. From here you'd loop back..." See More
2 mentions in How many days do I need to visit Washington DC?
Tiffany W. said, "...House walk from the Washington Monument to the The White House, then back to the National World War II Memorial and Lincoln Memorial which is close to the Vietnam War Veteran's Memorial and Korean War Veterans Memorial then over to the Tidal..." See More
Lincoln M. said, "...least 3 days in the district. The monuments are pretty much all in the same area and easy to navigate. The Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument (I suggest getting tickets to visit the top early, along with the many other memorials and..." See More
2 mentions in How to make the most of three days in DC
Tiffany W. said, "...road and you'll run into the World War 2 Memorial. From here, walk along the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool to the Lincoln Memorial. I usually take people to the right from here to see the Vietnam Veterans Memorial (If you want..." See More
Heather T. said, "...most of your three days. I'd spend one day--if you haven't been before--strolling around and seeing the main monuments (Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, FDR Memorial, Washington, Arlington National Cemetery). If it's nice, walk!..." See More
1 mention in Best of the Smithsonian?
malinda w. said, "...Statue of Liberty Liberty State Park Liberty Science Center Adventure Aquarium Washington D.C.- anything on Pennsylvania Ave NW The White House Lincoln Memorial Howard University New York World Trade Center Rockefeller Center Madame Tussaud's Washington DC Radio City Music Hall Times Square..." See More
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