Union Station, Washington DC
US Capitol

Washington DC


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Washington DC is the capital city of the USA and at every turn, you’ll find familiar landmarks here. It’s a great place to visit for history, sightseeing and memorials. Here are our reviews of attractions in Washington DC, all based on personal visits…


  • Georgetown, Washington DC

    Georgetown (www.free-attraction-reviews.com)

    Georgetown is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Washington DC and it’s packed with attractive houses, tree-lined avenues and quaint shops. We’d recommend spending some time just walking the streets and you’ll come across some lovely individual houses and beautiful terraces.

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  • Union Station, Washington DC

    Union Station, Washington DC

    This isn’t just about trains! It was opened in 1908 and back then it was the grand entrance to Washington. As such the architecture is really impressive. From the outside it has a huge long frontage and the inside has the most stunning ceiling. Whilst the station still has its trains, these days it’s also an atmospheric shopping and dining venue.

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  • US Capitol, Washington DC

    US Capitol, Washington DC

    This is another huge Washington landmark and it’ll take you a while to walk all the way around the outside. Free timed tours inside are available by picking up a ticket from the new Visitor Centre.  It’s fascinating to see inside, but you don’t get to see much of the building on the tour unless the houses aren’t in session. We think you’ll get most out of this tour if you have a real interest in US history, you may be a bit bored if not.

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More Things To Do In Washngton DC 
Hotels in Washington DC – We recommend Hotels.com for the best prices
Washington DC Explorer Pass – Gives free admission to most Washington attractions
Washington DC Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour – An easy way to get around
Washington.org – Official tourism site
Washington DC Guide Books – Amazon.co.uk
Washington City Guide – From our sister site, Free-City-Guides.com