THE UNITED STATES CAPITOL
The world-famous domed building is home to the United States House of Representatives and Senate; where America’s congressmen and congresswomen conduct business, debate laws and pass bills on behalf of the American people.
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
The Supreme Court Building, majestic in size and rich in ornamentation, serves as both home to the nation’s highest Court and the manifest symbol of its importance as a coequal, independent branch of government.
Visit Ford’s Theatre and step back in time. While at our historic site, you will learn about the events of April 14, 1865, and the lasting impact of Lincoln’s assassination on our nation.
GEORGE WASHINGTON'S MOUNT VERNON
Mount Vernon is the historic home of America's first president, George Washington, just a short drive from Washington, DC in northern Virginia.
Gaze up at this iconic stone obelisk, the defining feature of DC's skyline and one of the nation’s most recognizable structures.
The White House is where the President and First Family of the United States live and work — but it’s also the People’s House, where we hope all Americans feel a sense of inclusion and belonging.
The iconic memorial built to honor the 16th U.S. president is a must-see for every visitor to the nation’s capital.
WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL
The World War II Memorial was dedicated on May 29, 2004 to honor the 16 million who served in the armed forces of the U.S. during World War II, the more than 400,000 who died, and the millions who supported the war effort from home.
VIETNAM & KOREAN WAR MEMORIALS
These memorials includes the names of over 58,000 servicemen and women who gave their lives in service in the Vietnam and Korean Conflicts.
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. MONUMENT
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was one of the most prominent leaders of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s, becoming an iconic figure through his incredible speeches and his use of nonviolent resistance.