Top six must-see historical monuments in Washington D.C.

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Love to explore historical places in bus? There are so many places to visit in Washington DC. A few places are listed below.


Space Shuttle Challenger and space shuttle Columbia is near to the Memorial Amphitheater. Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster occurred on January 28, 1986, when the NASA’s Space Shuttle Challenger broke up 73 seconds after the takeoff. The Columbia disintegrated during re-entry on February 1,2003, killing all seven crew members. Challenger and its crew were honored in 1987 at this place.It is an amazing place to visit by bus.


The immense Greek Temple stands in front of a gleaming reflecting pool and is a mind-blowing spectacle during the day and especially at night. The walls that surround him have the sculpture of Lincoln sitting inside is 19-feet tall and inscriptions related to his Presidency along with his Gettysburg Address. Visiting this place will be a great memory in your life.


The Vietnam Veterans Memorial beckons visitors of all ages, races, and nationalities. The outstanding black wall lists 58,209 names of those who are missing or were killed during the war and everyday people from all walks of life come to search the wall for the name of a loved one, friend, fellow soldier. Vietnam is a worth watching place and makes bus tour more exciting.


Best premier art collector’s museums in the United States include Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens that are dedicated to the enlightened and engaged visitors with an experience. The founder Marjorie Merriweather Post’s passion for excellence, gracious hospitality made it a tourist place. Hillwood is set upon 25 acres of gardens and surrounding woodlands in northwest Washington, DC.which makes it unique.


Library of Congress, the de facto national library of the United States is a good place to visit. The Library of Congress serves members, committees, and staff of the U.S. Congress, other government agencies, libraries throughout the country and this area have access to the library’s growing electronic resources through the Library of Congress which makes it special.


National World War II Memorial, monument in Washington, D.C., dedicated both to the Americans who served in World War II in the armed force and to those who supported the war effort at home. The main part of the memorial is an elliptical plaza, in the center of which is a pool with fountains and water jets. The World War II victory medals surrounded by the years”1941-1945” are embedded on the floor.

Make sure you won’t miss these picturesque places by bus when you visit Washington DC

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