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Best Things to Do in Washington D.C.

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Things to Do in Washington D.C.

The nation’s capital has no shortage of activities for you to fill your days, whether you’re into museums, sports, eating, or the arts. Here are some of the highlights.

Smithsonian Institution

The Smithsonian is a complex of nine incredible museums, so you’re sure to find something for everyone in your group here. Though you could spend your entire trip discovering every inch the Smithsonian has to offer, it’s probably best to choose one or two museums that pique your interest most.

Washington Nationals

Sports fans will love seeing the MLB team, the Washington Nationals, play in the spring and summer in D.C. The Capitol Riverfront stadium shows off beautiful city views while you watch one of the National League’s most exciting teams.

United States National Arboretum

Enjoy the beauty of nature at the country’s National Arboretum. The grounds are great for taking a picnic, riding bikes, or sitting on a park bench to rest your feet.

Washington D.C. Historic Sites

Being the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. is known best for its sites significant to our nation’s history. Visit some of these locations for a better appreciation for all our country has to offer.

Lincoln Memorial

An official U.S. National Park Service monument, this impressive statue was built to honor the legendary 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. Find the statue at the end of the National Mall for a great photo op and history lesson.

White House

It’s pretty much a given that you must see the White House while in Washington D.C. Contact your member of Congress to schedule a self-guided tour if you want to get inside, or walk outside the grounds to marvel at the architecture and read up on the history of the president’s residence.

There’s obviously much to see and do in the capital city. Head to Budget Rent a Car in Washington D.C. for a hassle-free and dependable car rental. You can find a cheap car rental and everything you need to customize your package.