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A living memorial to the 36th President, the park overlooks the Potomac River vista of the Capital. The design features 500 white pines and inscriptions on Texas granite.
The Crystal City FRESHFARM Market will setup shop on the sidewalk of Crystal Drive between 18th and 20th Street. Locally produced fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, specialty foods,...
A first stop on a trip to the cemetery should include the Visitors Center, located by the cemetery entrance, where maps, guidebooks, exhibits, information services (to include...
An organizational unit of the National Park Service, the National Capital Region is responsible for the administration of nearly 7,000 acres of Federal parklands and facilities in...
This landscaped park extending from the Capitol to the Washngton Monument was envisioned as a formal park in L'Enfant's plan for the city of Washington.
The park system of the Nation's capital comprises parks, parkways and reservations in the Washington metropolitan area including such properties as the Battleground National...
A dominating feature of the Nation's Capital, this 555-foot obelisk honors the country's first President, George Washington. The architect-designer was Robert Mills.
This classical structure of great beauty contains a 19-foot high marble seated statue of Abraham Lincoln by sculptor Daniel Chester French. Architect o the building was Henry...
Once the site of military office buildings, this park was constructed during the American Revolution Bicentennial. On an island in a lake in the gardens is a memorial to the 56...
Military museum housed in late 19th century building originally used as barracks. Features collections of military uniforms and weapons, accoutrements of the 3rd infantry regiment...
The historic landmark where President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated displays period furnishings, Lincoln memorabilia and artifacts, John Wilkes Booth's gun, and the 1849...