Washington DC Tourism UPDATE

Washington DC Tourism UPDATE

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3 Popular Attractions In Washington D.C.

  • National Mall
    • Washington Monument
    • Union Market

    Washington D.C. Facts

    • The oldest fish market in the United States is in DC.
    • Washington, D.C. residents consume more wine per capita than anywhere else in the country.
    • When originally dedicated in 1943, Jefferson’s statue was made of plaster.
    • Lincoln’s fingers are close mimics of the letters A and L in American Sign Language. Whether or not this was deliberate remains a topic of debate.
    Washington, D.C.
    District of Columbia
    Aerial view of the Lincoln Memorial, reflecting pool, and Washington Monument
    U.S. Capitol Building dome
    The Gothic Washington National Cathedral
    Train arriving at the McPherson Square metro station with a domed concrete ceiling
    Colorful rowhouses in Adams Morgan
    Planes suspended from the ceiling of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum lobby
    Manicured South Lawn of the White House

    D.C., The District

    Justitia Omnibus
    (English: Justice for All)
    Anthem: “Washington”
    “Our Nation's Capital” (march)[1]

    Interactive map of Washington D.C.

    38°54′17″N 77°00′59″W / 38.90472°N 77.01639°W / 38.90472; -77.01639 (District of Columbia)Coordinates: 38°54′17″N 77°00′59″W / 38.90472°N 77.01639°W / 38.90472; -77.01639 (District of Columbia)

    Country United States
    Residence Act 1790
    Organized 1801
    Consolidated 1871
    Home Rule Act 1973
    Named for George Washington, Christopher Columbus

    Mayor Muriel Bowser(D)
    D.C. Council
    U.S. House Eleanor Holmes Norton(D),
    Delegate (At-large)

    Federal capital city and federal district 68.34sqmi (177.0km2)
    •Land 61.05sqmi (158.1km2)
    •Water 7.29sqmi (18.9km2)

    409ft (125m)

    0ft (0m)

    Federal capital city and federal district 689,545
    •Rank 20th in the United States
    •Density 11,294.76/sqmi (4,361.45/km2)

    6,385,162 (6th)
    Demonym(s) Washingtonian[4][5]
    Time zone UTC−5 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)
    ZIP Codes
    20001–20098, 20201–20599, 56901–56999
    Area code(s) 202, 771 (overlay)[6][7]
    International airports
    Commuter rail MARC train.svg Virginia Railway Express.svg
    Rapid transit WMATA Red.svg WMATA Blue.svg WMATA Orange.svg WMATA Yellow.svg WMATA Green.svg WMATA Silver.svg
    Website Official website


    Washington, DC tourism is back! Smithsonian museums are back to daily operation, new exhibits are opening and summer fun events are happening. However there are still a few caveats and important things to know. Make sure to share this video with anyone visiting Washington, DC this summer!

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    ~Resources from this video~
    Smithsonian Futures exhibit – https://youtube.com/shorts/KMVap_1Qiv4
    2022 outdoor movies – https://dcist.com/story/22/05/17/heres-where-to-catch-an-outdoor-movie-around-dc-this-spring-and-summer/

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    ~Video Chapters~
    0:00 Washington DC tourism update (May 2022)
    0:20 Smithsonian and museum updates
    3:55 DC Covid rules and restrictions
    5:15 Federal tourist sites
    7:12 Summer fun!

    11 thoughts on “Washington DC Tourism UPDATE

    1. I'm bring three recent high school graduates as a graduation gift. Unfortunately, this wasn't pre-planned so I wasn't able to get any tours planned of the capital or anything. We are just winging it and hoping for the best. Your videos have been so helpful!

    2. I Am coming on July 5-9th. First time to DC and want to make sure I see all can.
      Also what are good restaurants and reasonable rates.

      Thank you

    3. We came back yesterday from D.C and everyplace it´s almost a normal as always. And by the way we visit Future´s exposition, it's well recommended

    4. Hey! We’ve been following you for a few months and enjoy your videos! We’re here now and enjoying our time- it’s our last night and we would love to know where we should eat dinner tonight!

    5. My partner and I will be road tripping to DC in July for our anniversary. Haven't been in nearly 20 years! Most excited for all the museums!

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