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Washington DC - One of the most-visited cities in the U.S., our nation's capital houses a trove of postcard-worthy monuments. The White House and the Lincoln Memorial are here, as well as a variety of walkable neighborhoods. Plus, budget-minded travelers can take advantage of free attractions, like the Smithsonian museums.

“Spring is a great time to visit DC’s National Mall. Enjoy a relaxing stroll along the Tidal Basin, the reservoir bordered by thousands of cherry blossoms in full bloom this time of year. Also, be sure not to miss the Tulip Library on the north side of the basin, where you’ll find nearly 100 varieties of tulips. And come nighttime, stop by the World War II Memorial, where you can sit by the edge of the cascading fountain at its center, resting your head on the shoulder of your evening date … ...

Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C. - This memorial represents something more than what the eye can see to my brother and me- 2004

Fireworks launched from the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool illuminate the sky behind the Capitol and Washington Monument during the annual Capitol Fourth celebration. If you’re looking to avoid crowds on the National Mall, book a boat cruise on the Potomac River for another great view of the fireworks.

White House, Capitol Building, Capitol Hill, Washington DC, United States

Enjoy night views in Washington DC The White House is the home and office of the President and is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW. Visitors from around the world come to Washington DC and hope to visit the most famous house of government.

Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC, Virginia

Washington, DC. Lived there on Bolling Air Force Base from 1976 - 1980. Saw the fireworks July 4th, 1980 on the mall with a concert by the Beach Boys!

✯ Washington DC Night We experienced this beautiful sunset too!