Washington, District of Columbia for Toddlers & Pre-K
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- At a Glance
Every American child can benefit from exploring our nation's capital. Its family appeal goes beyond the obvious governmental and historic attractions. Because zoning prohibits skyscrapers (buildings are kept below a certain height so that the Capitol dome is visible from many vantage points), the city has a relaxed, easy feel -- it's a major city with an almost small-town ambience. It's easily navigable, with many pedestrian-friendly areas -- particularly the expansive Mall, where many of the famous monuments and major museums are concentrated -- and a good public transit system.
Suggested Trip Plan for Toddlers & Pre-K
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Bringing your environmentally-obsessed child to this unique museum and nature center is a must. They'll love seeing conservation and ecology lessons they learned in school get put into action...
Originally the home of George and Martha Washington, this picturesque plantation on the Potomac River is the nation's most visted historic estate. More than 500...
Georgetown / Foggy Bottom
This all-suite hotel is about 4 blocks from vibrant Dupont Circle and a Metro station; less than 10 blocks from Georgetown boutiques, fine dining,...
Cribs (infant beds) available
Location, location, location -- this bed and breakfast's location in the heart of downtown D.C. and just a block away from the Dupont Circle metro station can't be beat. But there's...
Bed & Breakfast
Hotel / Motel
In its hole-in-the-wall spot since 1958, Ben's pulls in chili lovers of all ages (and dietary proclivities: for a chili restaurant, the vegetarian options are impressive). Perfect...
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A Monumental Good Time for All AgesA Family Vacation in Washington, District of Columbia with Toddlers & Pre-K
1.Bureau of Engraving and PrintingBureau of Engraving and Printing
14th & C Streets SW
Washington, DC 20228
2.International Spy MuseumInternational Spy Museum
800 F Street, NW
Washington, DC, DC 20004
M St NW and Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20007
4.Washington Monument State ParkWashington Monument State Park
15th Street SW
Washington, DC 20242
Favorite Vacation Moments
- Proud to be an American
- By carolinemckay - March 31, 2008
- We had walked absolutely everywh…
- ROAD TRIP
- By pg5683 - March 13, 2008
- WAS WHEN I WENT TO SIX FLAGS ,
- By 1989CHRISTINE - March 12, 2008