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Anacostia Park Anacostia Park

Anacostia Park was once called Uniontown, where freed slaves settled and began a new life. If your life is in need of a little time away from it all, then Anacostia Park is the perfect destination. Come and enjoy such great outdoor activities as basketball, tennis, hiking, boating, or even a round of golf. There are picnic tables and concession stands available for you to plan the perfect day out.

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National Gallery Sculpture Garden National Gallery Sculpture Garden

When you're in Washington, DC, there's nothing average about anything you do. Even taking a little break from your day at the National Gallery Sculpture Garden is nothing you'd expect from an ordinary park anywhere else in the country. The garden attraction features several amazing sculptures created by such well-known artists as Joan Miro and Roy Lichtenstein. The fountain is another focal point, and you can take in the fresh air as you enjoy a snack from the nearby Pavilion Cafe.

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Smithsonian American Art Museum Smithsonian American Art Museum

If you definitely want your special date to be romantic and memorable, then you owe it to the both of you to meet at a place that is just as unforgettable as each of you is to the other. As you walk through the Smithsonian American Art Museum, you'll be amazed at the extensive collection of iconic creations that adorn these meticulously arranged galleries. If either of you have a question about a particular piece, the staff prides itself in helping to answer your questions so that your time at the Smithsonian is as educational as it is entertaining.

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National Archives National Archives

The National Archives is the ultimate historical storage unit. Every significant document and tangible piece of history is cataloged and stored here. The site houses everything from the Declaration of Independence, to the Louisiana Purchase, to the Watergate tapes. When you walk in, you'll be struck by the fortuitous, 75-foot rotunda where the most treasured documents are on display. Maps, movies, photographs, texts and more are all here, and you can delve into your own research if you are looking for something in particular.

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