Washington, D.C.

The Perfect Setting For Greenbuild

Washington, D.C. is one of the world's most fascinating cities, and we invite you to capture the spirit of America during your visit.


Washington, D.C. is more than the USA's political hotbed. It's a place where people go to to visit museums and momuments, experience art and culture, and take in the nation's rich history.

Thanks to excentric Englishman, James Smithson, who gifted the US over $500,000 in 1826 to create a "diffusion of knowledge", the Smithsonian has become an the biggest collection of learning and history feauring the National Air and Space Museum, Museum of Natural History, Museum of American History and Museums of Asion art. One of the best parts - it's all free.

Alongside these great museums are Washington's monuments that lay tribute to the important symbols and rememberance of those who fallen in our great wars. A place where you can spend hours in solitude and reflection on a nice autumn day.

If it's culture you're looking for, check out a show at the National Theater, or head to one of the local jazz clubs where greats like Duke Ellington once played.

Of course, you don't want to forget about the world-class dining and even the sporting events that take place in November.

If it's history, art, shopping or eating you're looking for, Washington, D.C. has got you covered!


For more information on this great city, visit washington.org


 

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