Washington, D.C. is the Nation’s Capitol and there is so much for students to experience while attending school here.
- Attend free shows and concerts at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; visit the famed Woolly Mammoth Theater, the Folger Shakespeare Theatre, and others
- Famous landmarks and monuments of American history are close by and free to visit such as the Washington Monument, the
- Lincoln Memorial, the Dr. Martin King Jr. Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial and many more.
- Free Museums and Zoological (ZOO) Parks such as The Smithosonian, the Spy Museum, Holocaust Museum, National
- Geographic Museum, National Gallery of Art, and National Air and Space Museum.
- Tour the Three Houses of Government – the White House, Capitol and the Supreme Court.
- Enjoy the famous Cherry Blossom Festival in Spring
- Kayak, bike or walk along the Potomac River
- Attend a baseball game at the Nationals Park Stadium
- Enjoy the sights and sounds of many outdoors summer festivals, fairs, and jazz concerts
- Visit Alexandria City waterfront – Take a Metro to King Street to see this historic town.
- Visit historic Georgetown – with shops and restaurants representing nationalities around the world.
- Hike at Great Falls Park – a beautiful 800 acre park with great views of the Potomac River