Top 4 Things to Do in Washington, DC
Planning a trip to Washington, DC? Whether you are traveling with family or friends, LSP Groups & Expos LLC can help you plan activities. Here are top 4 things we suggest you do in DC.
- Go on a Museum Tour
If you are interested in learning the history and culture of a place, going on a museum tour is definitely a must-do activity for your group. With 17 Smithsonian museums and galleries in Washington, DC, including the National Zoo, you and your group will definitely have a lot of places to explore! According to the 2017 statistics, the top 3 most visited Smithsonian museums and institutions are the National Air and Space Museum, the Natural Museum of Natural History, and the National Museum of American History.
- Watch Free Performances at the Kennedy Center
Are you and your friends big fans of ballets, symphonies, concerts, Broadway shows, and other performances? The widely popular Kennedy Center hosts free performances every day of the year at 6 PM on the Millennium Stage! This is part of their “Performing Arts for Everyone” initiative. While no ticket is required, seats are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Performances feature local, national, and international talents. To stay updated about upcoming performances, visit The Kennedy Center, Millennium Stage website.
- Watch Money Being Made
Are you curious about how money is made? If you would like to see the process first-hand, make sure to visit the Bureau of Engraving and Printing! If you ever wanted to be in the presence of millions of dollars, this is definitely a must-visit location for your group. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing offers tours to the general public throughout the year.
- Pay Your Respects to Fallen Veterans
Do you have a loved one who once served in the military? If you don’t know a veteran, but would still like to pay your respects, we recommend that you visit the Arlington National Cemetery. The Arlington National Cemetery is one of the most esteemed military cemeteries in the United States. It is the final resting place for more than 400,000 veterans, active duty service members, and their families. Visiting Arlington National Cemetery will allow you to discover its rich history, explore scenic landscapes, wander through monuments and headstones, and reflect on each name and the stories they could tell.