Welcome to our selection of holiday rentals in Washington D.C.
The capital of the United States of America, Washington D.C. was founded on July 16th 1790,
If you're after the the White House or even Capitol Hill, you will find it all right here in Washington D.C. everything you want to see, you can see, contact the British Ambassador to the US and you may even be allowed to tour the White House, so don't be afraid to check in with the British Embassy in Washington DC and enquire about tours around the White House and any other political buildings you may be permitted to tour.
If you want to rub shoulders and mingle with the stars, why not visit Madame Tussauds on F Street in Washington D.C. Learn all about the law, the crimes that were committed and the heroes of Law Enforcement who stopped them by visiting the famous National Museum of Crime and Punishment.
If you want to view all the attractions, from the International Spy Museum and the Newseum to Madame Tussauds, then why not purchase a Washington D.C Power Pass™, you can even check out the TV and Movie Sites and walking tours. For a more comprehensive tour, then the Washington D.C. Guided Day Tour is for you, you will have a guide who is knowledgeable about everything you will see in America's Capitol City, shall stay with you for the day and show you around the Jefferson Memorial, the US Capitol Building, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and even the J. Edger Hoover building, FBI Headquarters.
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Things to do
Washington D.C. is full of national monuments which draw visitors from around the world, some of the most well known are;
The Washington Monument is perhaps the most well known monument in Washington D.C. The Obelisk stands over 550 feet and commemorates the United States’ first president George Washington.
The Lincoln Memorial is another of Washingtons famous memorials. Built in the style of the temples of ancient Greece the monument contains the world famous statue of Lincoln sitting in the marble chair. Outside and between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument is the Reflecting Pool, there are many reflecting pools in washington D.C. but this particular one is the largest.
The Jefferson Memorial is a lesser known monument but is still a beautiful place to visit, slightly distant from the other monuments, the Jefferson memorial sits near the Potomac River Tidal Basin, the surronding land is covered in Japanese Cherry trees, which where a gift from the people of Japan in 1912.
The White House is the foremost government building in the U.S. Visitors can take tours of the White House but must first make a request with their embassy or member of Congress.
The United States Capitol building is the seat of Americas political power. The Capitol Building holds both houses of Congress, the House of Representitives and the Senate. Visitors can enter the Capitol via the Visitors Centre though tours should be booked in advance.
Supreme Court Building
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States and it works to interprate the United States Constitution and hears cases regarding constitutional issues regularly. Visitors can see the court and take tours though visitors should be ready to go through the security screening process first.
Library of Congress
The Library of Congress is another interesting attraction, the library holds research papers and thousands of books making it the largest library in the world. Visitors can take tours, view exhibitions and take lectures or attend the range of events held here.
Traveling to Washington DC by air means traveling to either Maryland or Virginia via their Airports. Washington is served nationally by the Ronald Reagan National Airport in Virginia.
Washington DC has a generally warm climate in spring and summer with temeratures reaching into the 30’s °C. In winter it still remains quite mild with temperatures averaging around 3°C. Being a small district, Washington DC does not have the wide variation in weather that some of the states have.
Washington DC is a special district that serves at the Capital of the United States, it is separate from the other US states but is located on the Northern short of the Potomac River between the states of Maryland and Virginia.