Best Things to Do in Washington, D.C.
Looking for fun things to do with your family around Madame Tussauds Washington, D.C.? Then you've come to the right place.
Washington, D.C. is a uniquely educational, fun, and vibrant city with so much to offer. There's a little something for everyone, all within a short distance of Madame Tussauds Washington, D.C.
Check out our list of best things to do in DC and then make a day out of it! Visit Madame Tussauds, then visit some of the other great destinations on our must do list!
Things to Do near Madame Tussauds in Washington, D.C.
Ford's Theatre is infamous for being the site of Abraham Lincoln's assassination, but that's not all there is to this historic theatre. Still an actively working theatre, you can catch a show here. (202) 347-4833
The White House
It is the icon of Washington, D.C. and home to the President of the United States. Touring this national icon is a once in a lifetime opportunity that you will surely never forget.
The National Portrait Gallery
America's history is rich with remarkable people. Discover stunning portraiture of these fascinating Americans at the National Portrait Gallery.
The Verizon Center is home to Washington, D.C.'s professional basketball and hockey teams. Take in a concert or maybe a game at D.C.'s most popular arena.
Immediately recognizable, the Lincoln Memorial is stunning and historic. Visit and marvel at the grandeur of one of D.C.'s most famed monuments.
National Museum of Crime and Punishment
Do you love C.S.I? Are you fascinated by criminology? Then the Museum of Crime and Punishment is the place for you. Visit this museum to learn about some of America's most notorious crimes.
It is a staple of D.C.'s skyline and an absolute must-see. Take in the view of one of the nation's most identifiable structures by visiting the Washington monument.
If you're captivated by journalism and media, then the Newseum is the place for you. Get a fascinating and interactive look at the history of our nation's media.
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
Martin Luther King Jr. left an indelible mark on American history. Visit one of D.C.'s newest monuments, honoring America's greatest civil rights leader.