International Spy Museum
Got bad weather? Grab the kids and consider heading out to one of these kid-friendly DC-area destinations, especially perfect when the weather outside is a bit frightful.
There’s never a shortage of things to do in DC. Every Washingtonian will tell you to check out a variety of attractions from monuments, museums, gardens and buildings. But are they worth the hype? These top five attractions are.
The International Spy Museum, one of the most popular attractions in the nation’s capital over the past decade, is considering a move to a historic library that would give it more space for exhibits and a link to the city’s convention center.
Here are five of the weirdest museums in the Washington DC area.
Who says you have to stay at home when the grandparents are in town? Check out one of these best places to entertain grandparents on a budget in Washington DC today.
Don’t exactly fit in with the trendy or hipster DC crowd? There’s no need to fear – nerdy nights are here. Make your way towards one of these geek-friendly DC destinations where you will find trivia nights, board games and other nerdy past times to set your heart on fire. Pocket protectors not required.
You don’t have to be from out of twon to enjoy all that DC has to offer. On your next day off visit Arlington National Cemetery, the U.S. Capitol building and other DC landmarks.
Looking for the museum that is not just old painting and statues. Be sure to visit the Crime and Punishment Museum, International Spy Museum and Newseum.
Preteens can be some of toughest tourists to please. Fortunately, Washington’s best stuff for tweens (9 to 12) not only entertains, but educates.