Best places to visit in Washington

Best places ti visit in Washington

This is an exciting state from the standpoint of travel and sightseeing. KDElite will gladly take you and your family on an exciting trip around the most prominent landmarks.

In this article, we will review the most interesting places in Washington and in which order to visit them. Here are the seven most impressive sights in DC:

White House Back Door

There is a secret entrance into the White House, and you can find it on H Street NW. It is in the house numbered 1510, between 15th Street NW and Vermont Avenue NW. Even though this back entrance is not very impressive, it will show off your knowledge.

The Lincoln Book Tower

The Lincoln Book Tower

This is a funny but loving reference to one of the most popular presidents of the USA. You will find this monument in the Peterson House. The tower consists of around 6800 books, which Lincoln has read. The books are not real and are made of metal to keep them out of fire danger. The mountain of books is 34 feet tall – an imposing monument.

National Capital Columns

National Capitol Columns

These columns are built of natural sandstone; since 1984, they are open for public viewing. They once supported the US Capitol’s portico but are now freestanding. After the Capitol was rebuilt, the columns were removed to the Arboretum. They are still in perfect condition, and you can follow a path around them with stunningly beautiful views.

Mount Zion Cemetery’s Underground Railroad Shelter

Mount Zion Cemetery’s Underground Railroad Shelter

Legends surround this place, and even though there is no written information about it, there are many stories and verbal accounts. The Underground Railroad was an organization for helping enslaved people escape. This small brick structure was used both for hiding and for corpse storage.

Church of Two Worlds

Church of Two Worlds

You will find this landmark in Georgetown, and it is a beautiful church built by Methodists. It has been rebuilt several times, resulting in a very peculiar exterior. This church’s followers believe that the deceased’s spirits can communicate with them here, which makes the church much more mysterious and legendary.

The beautiful stained glass windows, imposing height, and ancient brick walls will impress anyone, even if you are not religious.

 

Barbie-Pond

Barbie Pond

This is a charming and surprising art installation in the Logan Circle suburbs, where you can see a surprisingly big army of Barbie dolls, which take all sorts of quirky poses. The dolls dress in different outfits to follow holidays and social events, and the installation also has a social media account with lots of followers.
The Portrait Monument

The Portrait Monument

This monument is engraved with beautiful carvings of the pioneers of the feminist movement, which finally made it possible for women to vote. These busts were funded and built by the Woman’s Party, and Congress was very reluctant to put the monument up, so it spent its first 60 years in the Crypt. The memorial has an ominous uncarved block, which, as legend has it, is reserved for the first female president of the USA.

Maine Fish Market

Maine Fish Market

This is the first fish market in the entirety of the USA. You can buy fresh fish here and have it cooked and seasoned to your preferences, though in most cases, the seasoning will be a handful of the Old Bay spice. With lots of different kinds of seafood and fish provided, this market is also a lovely place to have dinner.

 

Those were some of the most unusual landmarks in the vicinity of Washington, DC, and KDElite will make it possible for you to have a delightful trip to see all of them. Make a reservation now and get a discount for the whole trip. Don’t forget to book our Airport Transfer service before you go to Washington.