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Things To Do in Washington, DC

Smithsonian's National Zoological Park Smithsonian's National Zoological Park

Take the family on an incredible safari the next time you're in Washington, DC. How? By visiting the National Zoological Park that's part of the Smithsonian Institution. The kids will marvel at more than 5,000 animals that are presented in their natural habitats. The zoo sprawls out over 163 acres and includes informative displays and attractions placed throughout the grounds. Don't forget to see two of the zoo's most popular residents, Mei Xang and Tian Tian, the two giant pandas that are on loan from the China Wildlife Conservation Association. The kids will absolutely love it!

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Capital City Symphony Capital City Symphony

When the curtain rises and the conductor's baton goes up at the Capital City Symphony, you know that you are about to experience something truly special. This highly accomplished group of musicians work hard all year long to present the various concerts, entertainment, and presentations on their very busy calendar. Everyone from big fans of classical music to even casual admirers will gain a deeper appreciation for the works of such masters as Beethoven, Mahler and Rachmaninoff as they are brought to life through the instruments of the members of the Capital City Symphony.

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The National Christmas Tree Lighting The National Christmas Tree Lighting

The National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony is a Christmas tradition that every American looks forward to. All eyes are on the President and First Lady as they light the tree, followed by the President's holiday wishes to the crowd and the millions more watching the event on television. There's a band playing holiday favorites, and in addition to the large tree that is the focal point of the festival, there are also several smaller trees that represent our states and territories. The trees stay lit and this celebration begins a month-long schedule of various entertainment that helps to keep the Christmas spirit high.

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Washington DC Ghost Tour Washington DC Ghost Tour

We provide an authentic experience that strives to make sense of the unexplainable. The DC ghost tour is based on real-world portrayals of hauntings and well-documented history. You'll get to experience some of the most haunted and historic destinations in town, including the Blair House, Decatur House, the Hay-Adams Hotel, and more! US Ghost Adventures also offers virtual tours, a self-guided mobile app, and an Alexa voice app, ideal for social distancing.

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