Best Landmarks in Washington

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Washington, District of Columbia. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!


2 Lincoln Memorial Circle Northwest, Washington, DC 20037

Since 1922

Iconic Site, Commercial Photography, Financiers, Planners, Artists, Kids and Youth Programs, Sculptors, Politicians and Park & Weddings

The Lincoln Memorial has become the site of some of the nation’s most important social demonstrations, perhaps most notably Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech ● Future generations have the opportunity to learn, become inspired and speak out on their country's greatest civic stage, the National Mall ● Offers a compelling virtual exploration of the Lincoln Memorial, including interactive spherical panoramas & stories


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1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NorthWest, Washington, DC 20500

Since 1792

Cross Hall, Internal Load-Bearing Steel Frame, Social Events, Robert Morris's City House, Architectural Neoclassical Style Design, Interior Rooms, Samuel Osgood House, Yellow Oval Room, Government and Historical Buildings, Iconic Building, Government House, State Dining Room, National Heritage Site, Public Tours & Self Guided Tour

Enjoy everything from free museums and festivals to outdoor activities and delicious food and drink ● The history of this building extends far beyond the construction of its walls ● Tours are filled on a first-come, first-served basis ● All White House tours are free ● Public tour requests must be made through your member of Congress and submitted up to three months in advance and no less than 21 days prior to your visit


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East Capitol Street Northeast, First Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20004

Since 1793

Exhibition Hall, Historic Preservation, Students and Families Programs, Architecture Buildings, Accessibility Services, Tour, States Capitol, Teachers, Educational Programs, Emergency Evacuation Information, Nassau Hall, Specialty Tours and Activities, Watching Congress in Session & Maryland State House

All visitors to the Capitol are required to go through security screening ● Admission to the Capitol Visitor Center is free ● Listening devices with an audio description of the films and exhibition are available at the Information Desks ● Visitors may request listening devices for foreign-language versions of the films and the exhibition

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Mon - Sat 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Sun Closed

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