Freedom of Speech, the 1st Amendment, Watergate—all these momentous monuments to the freedom of the press reach their natural pinnacle in Washington D.C. After all, where could upholding the constitution and maintaining the integrity of the press be more important than our nation’s capital? With that in mind, the Newseum was created.
If you’re spending the Thanksgiving holidays in Washington D.C., you’re in luck—there are many wonderful activities to keep you occupied and that help harbor a family feel, whether with family members or without. Here are some good ideas to spend the time while in D.C. for Thanksgiving.
With the much-anticipated presidential election quickly approaching, there’s tons of excitement going on in Washington DC. To celebrate the upcoming day, Viator is hosting a free event the Saturday before the election, letting you be part of the action!
While it might be easy enough to focus your time spent in DC just visiting one of the areas many museums or places of historic or national interest, it’s equally easy to overlook that DC boasts some great dining for those inner gourmands. What’s more, DC a very multicultural and cosmopolitan city, so your choice of budget eats are wide and many. Let’s take a look.
Fall is a great time to visit Washington DC. The trees begin to shed their leaves, the air turns cool, and the hard heat of the summer is at an end. The whole town appears more peaceful. Fall in DC is a great time to get out of the house and explore some of the finer things to do in the area.