Must See: Washington, D.C.

Are you trying to figure out what to do in the city? Have you been living here forever but still feel overwhelmed with options? Well check out a few options of things we have enjoyed from the list below!

Ben’s Chill Bowl For an awesome Half Smoke or sweet potato fries swing by Bens and maybe even stop by Ben’s Next Door.

Cherry Blossom Festival – The Tidal Basins cherry blossom trees were a gift to DC from Tokyo and every year during April these beauties attract visitors from near and far. You can walk along the basin, paddle boats or even take a cruise. The festival includes a 10k, fireworks, concerts and more.

Eastern Market – Pick up fruit, veggies and local crafts here. This area was restored to its original Victorian splendor after a fire in 2007.

Etete Eat with your hands at Etete and try some of the city’s best Ethiopian! And I love me some Ethiopian so I know you’ll love it!

International Spy Museum – Get in touch with your inner James Bond or Nancy Drew and become a spy for the day while and taking a look at toys used by the CIA, FBI, and KGB. This little gem is VERY interactive and loads of fun for any age!

National Gallery Arts – Enjoy the sculpture garden for a seasonal experience. In the winter you can glide around on the ice-skating rink and in summer enjoy some gelato on the patio.

National Harbor – The National Harbor is a prime waterfront destination for all. It mixes in hotels, restaurants, retail stores, homes, a full-service marina, and more. It rests on the Potomac River and its just minutes from DC. Whether you want a cute spot to hang out with your girls or take your kids, the National Harbor will not disappoint!

Newseum – Blending the news with history the Newseum offers visitors a stare of the art experience that combines technology with hands on exhibits. Find out how news affects our everyday life and captures historic moments.

U.S. Botanic Garden – Use your nose and explore the jungle of flowers and plants as you stroll the paths of this most wondrous Garden. Take a look at the First Ladies water garden and other exhibits on ecology and evolutionary biology.

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