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Voted in the Top 20 Sports Bars in the U.S.! Just 2 blocks from the Crystal City Metro & walking distance from all area hotels. 3 incredible levels of memorabilia and flat screen TV's. Buses leave here for all Nationals home games. If you want to catch your home team sports event, this would be the place. We continually strive to be a place where people can go any day of the week. We are open 365 days a year, we offer nice size portions of good food, and all at a reasonable price.
This a must see attraction outside of Washington near Dullas Airport in Virginia. It's larger than large - it's enormous! The Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia is the companion facility to the Museum on the National Mall in Washington, DC> Two huge hangars display thousands of aviation and space artifacts, including Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird, a Concorde, and the space shuttle Discovery. Tours given daily.
eorge Washington’s beloved Mount Vernon began as a one and one-half story farmhouse built in 1735 by his father, Augustine, and received its well-known name during the ownership of his half-brother Lawrence. Open 365 days of the year, Mount Vernon is the most popular historic estate in America. Over 85 million people have visited Mount Vernon since 1860, when the estate officially opened to the public. Today, Mount Vernon welcomes an average of one million guests each year.
Built by the Korean War Veterans Memorial Advisory at a cost of $18 million in donated funds, this memorial, located on a 2.2-acre site adjacent to the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, features a sculpted column of 19-ft. soldiers arrayed for combat with the American Flag as their symbolic objective. Free. Limited street parking, Pay lot. Foggy Bottom Metro (blue/ orange lines) or Smithsonian Metro. Daniel French Dr., Washington DC. South of the Reflecting Pool.
Washington DC has so much to see, do, and explore; you are going to need some help. Beyond the abundance of museums, monuments, and memorials, there are dozens of theater and music venues, 1000’s of shops and galleries, and over 10,000 places to eat.
Sip, Swirl, & Savor. Your next culinary adventure awaits in DC's Wine Country. With 40 wineries sprinkled throughout its rolling countryside, an emerging craft brew scene, distillery and foods from farms that have been producing for generations.
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