The history and learning opportunities alone make traveling to Washington D.C. a worthwhile trip. But with so many museums, government buildings and attractions the city can be overwhelming especially when visiting with children. Pre-planning and research are key to making a D.C. trip easy on the entire family.
Another great idea to consider is renting a home outside of D.C. When we visited last year, we rented a home in Annapolis. Although it was a bit of a drive, we were able to get away from the hustle and bustle of D.C. and experience both of these great cities.
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Research is always important when traveling with children and even more so when visiting D.C. To assist you in your search, Washington D.C. has a Visitor’s Guide with information on hotels, events and attractions. The guide is updated twice a year and can be requested online. Be sure to also check the internet. There are many great sites and resources with information on events and tips.
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