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The Washington Redskins The Washington Redskins

The Washington Redskins give fans plenty to cheer about season after season. This seminal professional football team played its first game in 1932 and has been tackling its way to the end zone ever since. The sports team is a member of the Eastern Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) and the National Football League (NFL). The team plays at FedExField in Landover, Maryland and keeps its headquarters and training facility at Redskin Park in Ashburn, Virginia. The Redskins have won five NFL championships, has captured ten NFL divisional titles, and six NFL conference championships.

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Ford's Theatre Ford's Theatre

Ford's Theatre has a built-in drama all its own. This is where John Wilkes Booth shot President Abraham Lincoln, and that unsettling episode still resonates in the structure today. Take a tour that retraces the incident, and you can also get a look at some of the interesting backstage areas. And if you are visiting for a performance, the excellent acoustics and inviting seating arrangement will ensure that whether you are watching a play or a musical production, the entertainment takes on a deeper significance when you consider that you are sitting within some truly historic walls.

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National Book Festival National Book Festival

The National Book Festival attracts both writers and readers of some of the world's best-loved books. Several award-winning authors head to the National Mall for this event every September to be on hand for autograph signing and seminar appearances. The kids will love meeting some of the characters from some of their favorite books as they come to life here and are available for photos.

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Theodore Roosevelt Island Park Theodore Roosevelt Island Park

Theodore Roosevelt was one of our nation's most beloved Presidents, but he also was an avid outdoorsman and one of the first advocates of conservation. To honor his passion and concern for the outdoors, the Theodore Roosevelt Island Park was established to not only recognize the efforts of this very public figure, but to also provide a natural setting that Teddy himself would have been proud of. A statue of him with two fountains surrounded by columns rightfully acknowledges his efforts to preserve our natural resources. The park itself is 91 acres of natural beauty that is accessible by footbridge from the parking lot, off the north-bound land of the George Washington Memorial.

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