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Las mejores actividades en Distrito de Columbia

Descubre la ciudad con personas del lugar. Encuentra las mejores actividades y sitios para comer y recibe consejos inestimables de la gente que vive en la localidad.

“Take the metro for DC travel, traffic is the worst and the roads are very complicated”
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Science Museum
“It's FREE! The Air and Space on the Mall is one of the best museums in the world! Some of the most important airplanes and rockets in history are located here and the movies and educational opportunities are among the best anywhere. It is almost always crowded so it is smart to hit it early before the crowds get there as the day progresses. ”
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“Smithsonian’s National Zoo is hosting a Dino Summer of prehistoric proportions. The DinoRoars installation, which opens Saturday and runs through Aug. 31, features animatronic dinosaurs positioned throughout the Zoo, from a baby stegosaurus to a fully grown tyrannosaurus rex. Take your own safari to see these jaw-dropping creatures move and roar. See below for the corresponding theater show at the Zoo.”
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“Fantastic food scene! Come here on a weekend during the day and enjoy all the wonderful food and vibe. Nearby places are good for wine/drinks as well - Cotton and Gin Distillery and a zillion foodie spots.”
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“ Not sure why it is being labeled as a library, but getting into the White House is only accessible through tours, which can be registered for online. However, if visitors would like to see the president’s residence from the outside, then it’s an easy walk down Pennsylvania Avenue NW between 15th St. NW and 17th St. NW. There, parties can take pictures with the White House in the backdrop and scream obscenities at, or praises for, Trump through the fence! ”
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Science Museum
“It's Free to enter and very family friendly. Easy to navigate and easy to understand displays. Everything is accessible by ramp so very stroller and wheelchair friendly as well. They also bring in experts sometimes to speak at different exhibits. A true must see. And a nice break from the weather! Cafe was awesome.”
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Capitol Building
“It's FREE! There is really no need for reservations ahead of time, they do have two sections one for people with and one without, it moves at a steady pace. You can not walk around and explore on your own, you must be with the capital tour person. You are not allowed to bring in any food or drinks that include water! You can take in an empty water bottle and fill it up inside. The tour is about 20 min and it is very crowded. The capital cafe is awesome! It’s pretty big with good food, good price. ”
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Farmers Market
“Best to go on the weekends when all the vendors are out. If the Puddin’ Stand is there, get their shrimp po boy! ”
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Centro de artes escénicas
“This is a fantastic, high-end theater that offers a lot of high-quality shows, both paid for and free. ”
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Restaurante francés
“Best French restaurant in city. Gorgeous place, great food, wine, bar, etc. Get a reservation though or be prepared to wait.”
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Pista de tenis
“Nature and outdoor enthusiasts will love Rock Creek Park, a forrest-y enclave in the middle of DC. Those looking to pursue outdoor activities can hike, walk, bike, go horseback riding, play gold or tennis, and enjoy a picnic. ”
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“The options are endless! From boutiques to "mom and pop" stores in historic Georgetown. ”
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Baseball Stadium
“Grab a ticket and enjoy a baseball game! this area is also great for food and drinks and a nearby park has Trapeze and waterfront sights to enjoy ...”
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Sala de conciertos
“The 9:30 club doesn't look like much but it's a historic and intimate music venue that also owns the brand new The Anthem at the Wharf. It's a venue with beautiful sounds, a little divey, and an intimate setting to see any band. Definitely check out a live show here if you get the chance. Check out the specific shows for age limitations, if any, at shows. It's also just off of the U-Street corridor which is a popular spot for bars, clubs, and restaurants that can very VERY lively. ”
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Museo de arte
“Take the Metro to Judiciary Square (12 minutes) to visit the National Gallery of Art. Great views of downtown DC and the Mall from the new tower of the East Wing.”
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Museo de arte
“This is one of my favorite museums. Located in Chinatown and easily accessible off the Chinatown Metro, this is a Smithsonian museum that is free to go to with thousands of portraits and landscapes from different times and different subjects with a regular turnover of exhibits. There is something new to see every time you go. ”
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