Lincoln Memorial

The Lincoln Memorial, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Washington, DC, honors the country's 16th president, Abraham Lincoln.

United States Capitol

One of the most well-known representations of the American government is the Capitol building. The Capitol also houses an important collection of American art.

Washington Monument

This 555ft-5-inch-tall structure, which was erected in George Washington's honor as the country's first president, is the highest in the neighborhood.

National Gallery Of Art

A collection of more than 150,000 works of art, including drawings, sculptures, photographs, prints, and more, highlights some of the artistic achievements of mankind.

National Museum of African American History

The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the largest and most extensive cultural institution in the country devoted only to examining, recording, and displaying the African diaspora.

The White House

The White House serves as both a living history museum and the residence of the President of the United States and his or her family.

National Air and Space Museum

The National Air and Space Museum, one of the most renowned museums in the world, has one of the largest collections of aircraft and spacecraft anywhere.

Library of Congress

With millions of books, movies and other forms of media, and manuscripts among its holdings, the Library of Congress is the biggest library in the whole world.

National Cathedral

The second-biggest cathedral in the United States and the sixth largest in the entire globe. St. Peter and St. Paul is the official name of the National Cathedral.

National Zoological Park

One of the best collections of tiny animals in the whole world, and it became well-known for raising pygmy hippopotamuses.