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Things to Do in DC

While attending the 2024 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, explore all that DC offers. Please bring your family and friends. This Summer Holiday destination has it all. Sign up to receive a free visitor's guide and map to help plan your Washington, DC adventures. The choices are endless - Washington, DC is more than just a capital city.

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Plan your arrival to Washington, DC in just about any style you like. Located in close proximity to three International Airports — Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Washinton Dulles Airport (IAD), and Baltimore/Washinton International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI). Arrive in old school style take the train - ride the rails of Amtrack into Washington Union Station.

The transportation options abound for moving in and around Washington, DC – The Metro, DC Circulator, Double Decker Buses, Water Taxis, Peddle, Paddle, or Walk. There are many convenient ways to get where you want to go in Washington, DC, so plan ahead – Getting around Washington, DC.

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Childrens Museum
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Get ready to explore! Washington, DC, has something for everyone – from family-friendly attractions to fun activities that the entire family can enjoy; the nation's capital is an excellent destination for a vacation. Ride the Metro to explore all that the capital has to offer. Did you know that DC is the capital of free museums? Explore all 17 Smithsonian museums, the National Museum of Natural History, the National Zoo, and so much more on the National Mall – a short stroll from your hotel base camp.

In addition to the fabulous slate of free museums along the National Mall, the District is home to a vast collection of high-quality museums to investigate everything from the National Children's Museum, International Spy Museum, and Museum of Illusions, and more – curiosity seekers click here.

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Ben's Chili Bowl
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Keep your energy up or cap off your day at the various nearby Restaurants, Cafes, Breweries, or Bars. Steps away from your hotel you will find amazing options for even the pickiest of eaters. Washington, DC, has plenty of neighborhood eateries how about some bites on a budget, also unique restaurants with international roots, as well as 24 Michelin star restaurants. Want to take in the city from above, check out roof top bars and restaurants ,there are plenty of Bars, Breweries, Wineries and even a few Speakeasies to add to the mix. Start planning your eat and drink bucket list today – Places to Eat & Drink

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