D.C. is a great place to visit and most everything is free. However, hotel space in D.C. and food tends to be expensive. So it a fine line. I especially like the National Book Festival held the last Friday and Saturday of the month of September. There are lots of authors and illustrators and it is great fun.
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National Zoo, 3001 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, DC. One of the most kid-friendly places to visit in Washington, DC is the National Zoo where you can see more than 400 different species of animals. No admission fee.