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Delight in Wondrous Washington, DC Attractions

When you're a guest at our conveniently located hotel in central DC, you'll be within close proximity of a multitude of Washington, DC attractions. Take a tour of the White House and U.S. Capitol. Immerse yourself in incredible paintings and sculptures at the National Gallery of Art. Delve deeper into the life of Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theatre. Pay your respects to fallen members of the military at Arlington National Cemetery. And catch a swinging jazz concert or first-rate symphony orchestra at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. The best of the Nation's Capital is well within reach of our NW DC setting.
White House at Washington
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW , Washington DC 20500 202-456-220

White House

The home of U.S. presidents since 1800, the White House is open to the public for a variety of guided tours. You’ll be taken through several rooms for an insiders' look at American history.

Lincoln Memorial District of Columbia
Independence Ave. & 23rd St. NW , Washington DC 202-426-6841

Lincoln Memorial

One of several landmarks on the National Mall, the Lincoln Memorial is divided into three distinct sections. There’s the statue of Lincoln, two of his most famous speeches, and two large murals.

Washington International Spy Museum
800 F St. NW , Washington DC 20004 202-393-7798

International Spy Museum

If you’re into espionage, you’ll be into the one-of-a-kind International Spy Museum. Interactive exhibits mix it up with multimedia presentations and artifacts like cipher machines and sabotage weapons.

Ford's Theatre At Washington
511 10th St. NW , Washington DC 20004 202-347-4833

Ford's Theatre

The life of Abraham Lincoln is examined courtesy of exhibits at the Ford’s Theatre Museum. You’ll also be able to take advantage of a walking tour that explains the 16th president’s assassination.

United States Holocaust Museum at District of Columbia
100 Raoul Wallenberg Pl SW,, Washington DC 20024 202-488-0400

United States Holocaust Museum

A permanent exhibition covering the years 1933 to 1945 is at the heart of this memorial to the Holocaust. Additional exhibitions, archives, and a library round out this very important museum.

Washington Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington DC 22211 703-607-8000

Arlington National Cemetery

Explore such meaningful sites as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, John F. Kennedy’s gravesite, and the Robert E. Lee Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery, the final resting place for over 400,000 veterans.

Washington National Gallery of Art
6th St. & Constitution Ave. NW , Washington DC 20565 202-737-4215

National Gallery of Art

Artwork from the Renaissance all the way to the present day are on display at the National Gallery of Art. Expand your artistic horizons by stopping by the six-acre sculpture garden.

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum at Washington
600 Independence Ave SW,, Washington DC 20560 202 633-2214

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

This popular museum is where you’ll see groundbreaking aircraft like the Wright Brothers’ “Flyer” from 1903 and Charles Lindbergh’s “Spirit of St. Louis.”

District of Columbia U.S. Capitol
East Capitol St NE & First St SE,, Washington DC 20004 202 226-8000

U.S. Capitol

The home office for the House of Representatives and Senate can be toured. A top stop is the Capitol Visitor Center, which boasts historic documents signed by George Washington.

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts at DC
2700 F St. NW , Washington DC 20566 202-467-4600

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Everything from jazz concerts and symphony orchestras to ballet and plays can be enjoyed at the Kennedy Center. Kid-friendly shows are also programmed throughout the year.