Enrol in the 'School for Spies' at the Spy Museum, see the largest collection of historic air and spacecraft in the world at the Smithsonian National Air Museum or visit the Declaration of Independence at the National Archive. The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History offers something for everyone - with fascinating dinosaur exhibits and captivating IMAX films.
Explore Dupont Circle, a lively area which is home to old fashioned bookstores and vintage clothing boutiques or browse the eclectic one-off shops and malls of Georgetown. Go to the Penn Quarter or 'Old Downtown' for its selection of contemporary shops and trendy restaurants or browse the charming boutiques and vintage shops of the Adams Morgan area.
Dining in Washington D.C. will satisfy every budget. Enjoy Sunday Champagne brunch at the 5 star Fairmont hotel or visit fifties style Bens Chilli Bowl - which is famed for its chilli dogs. No trip to Washington D.C. would be complete without a trip to the award winning Good Stuff Eatery, renowned for serving the best burgers in the capital.
Nightlife and Entertainment
The buzzing nightlife in Washington D.C. combines trendy lounges with brilliant comedy venues and hip rooftop bars with pavement cafes. Head to the vibrant Adams Morgan area for eclectic bars and restaurants, go to U-Street for funky jazz clubs or visit the Verzion Center, a 20,000 seat arena that hosts concerts, shows and athletics.
History and Culture
Packed with history and culture, Washington D.C. is home to some of the countries most significant buildings and monuments, from the Lincoln Memorial to The National Mall and Washington Monument. A trip to the US capital city wouldn't be complete without catching a glimpse of the illuminated White House at night.