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Washington DC Attractions

Washington DC is known for its political environment, and world class museums but there are also so many must see places when visiting. From tours and historical sites to parks and amazing restaurants, to a booming nightlife and cultural events throughout the year, this political hub truly has a lot to offer. Our Maryland movers have put together a list of Washington DC's top attractions, should you visit the area after moving to Maryland. Continue reading below for some great things to see and do in Washington DC.

Washington DC’s Top Attractions

All About Town Sightseeing Tours
All About Town is a full service sightseeing and transportation company that has comfortable motor coaches to take you out and about in Washington DC. Enjoy organized tours for individuals or big groups of people. Most tours offer visits to these sights and observations, which is a nice way to a lot in a limited amount of time. Tours include the most popular of Washington DC's top attractions, the museums and monuments. See sights such as the American History Museum, the Supreme Court and Library of Congress, Pennsylvania Avenue, Downtown DC and Arlington, Lincoln Memorial, Ford’s Theatre, White House Visitors Center and so much more.

Paka ce of Wonders
The fun in Washington DC doesn’t stop once the sun sets. There’s the Palace of Wonders which is a two-level tavern with a full bar showcasing a live burlesque show, sideshow and vaudeville shows, female arm wrestling, retro DJs and dancing girls. Definitely one of Washington DC's top attractions you won't want to miss!

Brickseller Saloon and Brasserie Beck
Visit the Brickseller Saloon which is a great place for beer drinkers because it has 1,000 varieties and for more beer, head to Brasserie Beck which boasts over 70 Belgian brews.

Bohemian Caverns
For jazz lovers, Bohemian Caverns is the place to be.Enjoy some live jazz music paired with your favorite brew in a 1920s inspired club and basement bar.

Proof Restaurant and Sonoma Restaurant and Wine Bar
After a day of seeing Washington DC's top attractions, food and drink are going to be needed.If wine is your thing and you’d like to enjoy it in a restaurant setting, try Proof or Sonoma. Proof offers American cuisine and is open for lunch, dinner, and late night bites. Sonoma Restaurant and Wine Bar has the feel of California brought to the east coast with its bohemian atmosphere. Other great wine bars that our Maryland local movers recommend are Veritas, Bouche Bistro or Vinoteca

Get Outdoors
As you can see, Maryland locals can also have fun in Washington DC! If you like the great outdoors, there are plenty of thing to outside on the list of Washington DC's top attractions. Check out the moonlight hike at the National Arboretum every month following the full moon. If you’re a runner, you’ll enjoy the local jog tour ‘Run DC’. You’ll get to run through famous sites with others. You can also join bikers on the guided ‘Bike and Roll’ tour and bike through the C&O Canal, the Mount Vernon Trail, he Capital Crescent Trail and Washington & Old Dominion Trail.

Washington DC is a really great place to visit, so if you’re thinking of moving to the Maryland area, call All My Sons Moving & Storage for a smooth and stress-free move.Trust our Maryland residential movers to only only share Washington DC's top attractions, but also to get your move done right. We have more than 20 years worth of moving experience and our reliable moving crew is truly top-notch. We will take extra care of your personal belongings, safely transporting them to your new Maryland home. Contact us today for your free, no obligation quote and to get started on planning your next  move!

Washington DC Attractions