Apart from being the Capital City, Washington D.C boast historical buildings, zero sky scrapers and breadth taking scenery. While here in you will be given the opportunity to see many sites.
The Top three things to see while in Washington DC
1. The U.S National Zoological Park - the 163 acre zoo is home to approximately four hundred species and two thousand animals respectively. while there you will be given the free opportunity of seeing animals such as panda bears, Asian elephants, great apes, sea lions etc. If you are travelling with children this will be an experience they will always cherish
2. Tour of the Monument by the Moonlightt- this is another beautiful experience you will appreciate and love. you will be guided by moonlight to view the memorials and monuments of American heroes, for example, Thomas Jefferson,D. Roosevelt etc. the tour guides are fully equipped with stories about our heroes. this is and will be one of the most inspiring and motivating tours you will see.
3. U.S Botanic Gardens- It is located in the middle of the city. it blooms all year and has been beautified since changes have been made to the First Ladies Garden. if you plan on visiting during the winter season you are in for a thrill because the garden is even more beautiful at that time.
The Top three things you need to do on while in Washington DC
1. Shopping in the city- you haven't shopped until you have visited the Eastern Market. it is located a few blocks from the U.S Capitol. it was originally built in the year 1873, it continued to operate until 2007 when all operations were halted because of a disastrous fire, and the structure was reopened in 2009. it is opened everyday; however it attracts more shoppers and sellers alike on weekends. keep in mind it is very busy on weekends, so be sure to make your visit early.
2. Capitol- this is among one of the most beautiful pieces of architecture within the United States of America. it serves as home to the senate and house representatives. this is where our laws are debated and voted upon. the tour is free and you should get your tickets early since they are limited.
3. Tour the White House- its an opportunity of a lifetime to actually see where the president and his family lives. you should note that these tours should be scheduled with a member of congress in advance of your trip.