DC Landmarks & Museums
Isn't that why you're here?
You Don't Need a Reason to Visit but Here Are a Few...
Washington, DC, is home to some of the most famous monuments and museums in the world, so there’s no shortage of things to see and do. Some open a door to the past, others inspire the future. This list barely scratches our culturally rich, historic surface. But it’s a good start.
The White House
Icon of American history, home of the President of the United States. From the laying of the cornerstone in 1792 to today, this historic house has been witness to the unfolding of the history of the nation.
America’s most visited national park, it’s the site of the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, the “I Have a Dream” speech, and an impressive lineup of museums. And a moving, monumental experience.
The Phillips Collection
Founded in 1921, this is America's first museum of modern art. Here you’ll find one of the world’s most distinguished Impressionist and American modern art collections in a distinctive building.
Heurich House Museum and Castle Garden
The Richardsonian Romanesque mansion built in 1892-4 is the legacy of historic brewer Christian Heurich, and was once the largest brewery in DC and a household name. Historic, but still hip. The Garden is a great, tranquil place for an urban picnic.
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