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The National Cherry Blossom Festival is a celebration to honor the beautiful trees that the Japanese gifted the U.S. with
U.S. Botanic Garden is a living plant museum built to inspire and delight the public and encourage them to be active stewards
Martin Luther King Jr Memorial honors the leadership and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr
The Wharf is a trip destination spot, known for its new restaurants and shopping in the heart of Washington DC.
The Arlington National Cemetery is a cemetery in remembrance of those who sacrificed their lives for the country
The Washington Monument, built to commemorate George Washington who was the first United States president
Explore the Jefferson Memorial, built in honor of the commitment Jefferson had to the country and the success he brought to the U.S.
Get interactive at the Newseum, a museum that promotes the first amendment right of free expression
The National Mall encompasses the Washington monument and the reflection pond, and is the center of activity in Washington DC
The United States Capitol is the location of all senate and House of Representative members, and a very important building the the United States legislative process
At the White House, see where the current and past United States president has lived and worked
Supreme Court House
Tour around the Lincoln Memorial and read some of Lincoln's most famous speeches
Explore the World War II Memorial established to honor those who served in World War II
The Holocaust Museum is a memorial dedicated to the Holocaust with artifacts and information to search through
The Spy Museum focuses on teaching about international espionage artifacts of the United States
Take a tour of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to learn the process of how money is made and see bills that are not in circulation anymore such as the two dollar bill
Explore the National Archives of the United States including the Declaration of independence and the U.S. Constitution
Discover how the United States postal system has changed over the years at the National Postal Museum
The National Museum of the American Indian is dedicated to teaching about the Native cultures from the Western Hemisphere.
The National Gallery of Art showcases some of the finest art pieces from history.
Learn about the African American culture at the National Museum of African American History which highlights the contributions of African Americans.
The National Museum of Natural History serves to educate the public about animals as old as dinosaurs.
The National Museum of American History preserves the heritage of the United States of America through cultural, political, social, and technological means.
The National Museum of Natural History serves to educate the public about animals as old as dinosaurs.
Discover some of the most historical airplanes, rockets, and missiles at the National Air & Space Museum.
Enjoy visiting animals from all parts of the world at the Smithsonian National Zoo with free admissions.
DC By Foot is a group of young (and young at heart), fun-loving guides who have come together for a common cause: To teach history and entertain guests with creative tours of Washington D.C
Union Brewery-Craft beer and rotating food trucks
Preakness is a yearly horse race that Baltimore hosts
The George Peabody Library is a research library focused on material from the 19th century
Power Plant Live is a collection of bars and businesses located in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore
Pier Six Pavillion- A live music venue with various music from rock to jazz
The Star Spangled Banner Flag House is a museum dedicated to educating others about how the American flag was made
Study the history of Edgar Allan Poe's life at the Edgar Allan Poe Grave Site
Recognize the beauty of the city of Baltimore at the Top of the World Observation Deck
Baltimore Museum of Industry exhibits various forms of manufacturing form the early 20th century
Horseshoe Casino and Hotel
The American Visionary Art Museum is an art museum specializing in the presentation of intuative art
Be entertained by a street full of lights each holiday season at the Miracle on 34th Street Baltimore
The Baltimore Book Festival hosts hundreds of famous authors and book signings each year
Artscape is a three-day, free art festival with local fashion designers, artists, and craftspeople
The B&O Railroad Museum exhibits historical railroad equipment
The Hippodrome Theater hosts various shows and entertainment for its customers
Walters Art Museum-Holds collections of historic art from the 19th century
The Maryland Zoo is home to nearly 15000 wild animals
Fells Point is a waterfront neighborhood in Baltimore that has numerous activities to partake in including dining and shopping, all with excellent water views
Ravens Football Game at M&T Bank Stadium
 
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