Attractions in Washington DC

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
Study the cosmos and track the path of stars with one of the world's largest telescopes. Or, learn how man has evolved the practice of flight and rocket launches. At the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum the learning possibilities are virtually endless. Take the whole family and enjoy exhibits, aeronautical collections, simulated flight rides and so much more. This is the place to learn everything about space and have fun at the same time.

International Spy Museum
See the actual world of spies past and present at the one place in D.C. that spies aren't so secretive. At the International Spy Museum there are no screens to hide behind and everything is out in the open for the world to see. The spy world is an infinite web of secrets, lies and death-defying missions and this is possibly the only place in the world to get a peek into what it means to be a spy.

Lincoln Memorial
This is one of Washington D.C.'s landmarks and a fantastical sight to behold. It is the largest tribute paid to one of America's greatest fathers, President Abraham Lincoln. The sixteenth president of America dedicated his life to putting this country on the path to freedom and liberty for all. In return for his dedication, the United States government built this monument as a constant reminder of the great man that helped build this great nation.

National Crime Museum
Law and order is very serious business in America and at the National Crime Museum visitors can learn exactly what goes into solving crime. Adults and kids can share laughs while riding on simulated high-speed chase or get involved in forensic lab examinations. The National Crime museum takes every measure to create interactive experiences in almost all of the exhibits.

The Washington Ballet
Not only is Washington D.C. the home of American politics, it is also a home to the performing arts. The Washington Ballet is a prime example of the local love for theatre and dance. There are full-length ballets and shorter concerts given throughout the season to make the perfect date night or Sunday outing with the kids. One of the best opportunities to get up close and personal with these magnificent dancers is at the popular Beer and Ballet Fest where anyone attend an open rehearsal and then chat with dancers over a beer afterwards.