Things To Do In Washington DC


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There are so many things to do in Washington DC that if you tried to do them all you would be in DC for many years!  You can have a trip full of great and fun things to do and you will want to come back again for more.

The many things to do in Washington DC include seeing all the memorials, like the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorial.  No trip would be complete without seeing the Washington Monument and visiting the Capital.  But to see an interesting side of Washington DC stop by the Folger Shakespeare Library and Frederick Douglass National Historical Site.

The Lincoln and Jefferson Memorial, the Washington Monument and the Capital are all next to the Reflecting Pool.  These are amazing things to do and the sights are spectacular in the evening when the monuments are all lit up and reflected in the pool.

The world’s largest collection of William Shakespeare’s work is found in the Folger Shakespeare Library.  This is a major center for research, exhibitions and performing arts.  You can explore everything in the library and you can do it for free.

Considered one of the most influential and prominent free African American’s during the 1800’s, Frederick Douglass was a leader and resided in Washington DC.  You can visit the Frederick Douglass National Historical Site, which was his last home.  Being a free slave was rare during Frederick Douglass life, until they were freed after the civil war.  You can see how free slaves lived after the civil war in his home.

With all the things to do in Washington DC, there is never a dull moment.  You can visit the amazing museums and galleries, check out the National Archives and still have many things to see and do.

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