We’ve found it – the 10 best landmarks to visit in Washington, D.C.
Even better, these landmarks are all surrounding our coworking space here at Oval Offices DC.
- Washington Monument
Built in 1848 to honor George Washington, the Washington Monument was designed to be “unparalleled in this world” standing at 555’ tall. Fun fact, the Monument’s bricks are three different colors of white!
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- Lafayette Square Park
Directly in front of the White House, this park is named after Marquis de Lafayette, a French aristocrat and hero of the American Revolutionary War. This landmark is also directly in front of us, here at Oval Offices D.C. Our clients love to have lunch and enjoy their afternoon in the park, steps away from their private office.
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- Abraham Lincoln Memorial
Built out of marble to honor the 16th president, the Abraham Lincoln Memorial is one of the most populated memorials in Washington, DC. Constructed in March of 1867, this memorial has continued to be preserved throughout time, showcasing breathtaking views.
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- Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Honoring over 58,000 servicemen and women who gave their lives during the Vietnam conflict, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is free and available to the public 24/7.
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- Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Known as the primary author of the Declaration of Independence, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial was dedicated by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in April of 1943. While stunning during the day, we recommend visiting at night.
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- Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
Being one of the most interesting memorials in Washington, D.C, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial utilizes elements of water, stone, and landscaping to tell the story of FDR’s presidency.
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- Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
A significant memorial that honors the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and represents the struggle for freedom, equality, and justice. The memorial includes a granite statue of Martin Luther King Jr., an important leader during the civil rights movement.
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- Korean War Veterans Memorial
Designed as a triangle intersected by a circle, the Korean War Veterans Memorial was created to honor the “songs and daughters who answered the call to defend a country they never knew and a people they never met.”
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- National World War II Memorial
Established in April of 2004, the National World War II Memorial recognizes the various ways Americans served and honors those who fell. We recommend visiting during night when the memorial is lit up.
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- The White House
Last but not least, The White House. The White House is the official residence and workplace for the President of The United States. Located on 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, tours of The White House are available free of charge.
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