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Things To Do in Washington, DC

C & O Canal Boat Rides C & O Canal Boat Rides

C & O Canal Boat Rides offers outdoor enthusiasts a chance to get closer to nature while learning some interesting history about the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. It begins as a history lesson in the 1870s when these waterways were used for trade, and that era is highlighted as you pass several historic buildings as the tour progresses. Beautiful foliage and even some trails can be seen from the boat, as the 1 hour canal boat ride is both an historic and visually appealing experience sure to delight visitors who are out to learn as much as they can about this area of the country.

 
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Fahrney's Pens Fahrney's Pens

Remember when people actually wrote notes to each other as to say thank-you or congratulations? You can harken back to that era by finding the perfect pen with which to express yourself at Fahrney's Pens. While it may be true that technology has replaced the need for actual writing, the incredible selection of pens from such fine makers as Cross, Waterman, Montblanc and Park that Fahrney's Pens features may just bring back the lost art, one pen stroke at a time.

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Bureau of Engraving and Printing Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Want to know where all the money comes from? Then get set to find out on one of Washington, DC's most popular tours when you visit the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Some of the exhibits include bills that are no longer in circulation, counterfeit money and a staggering $100,000 bill, along with a presentation of how money is produced and printed. In keeping with fiscal responsibility, the tour is actually free but during peak summer months, admission tickets are given out on a first-come, first-served basis.

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