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By admin | July 4 2007
Don’t miss out on DC’s wealth of cultural attractions and experiences
The USBG (US Botanic Garden) is a beautiful collection of public gardens and exhibits dedicated to showcasing the value of plants to humanity.
With three areas open to the public – the Conservatory, the National Garden and the Bartholdi Park – the USBG maintains more than 60,000 plants for exhibition, study, conservation and exchange with other institutions. Recently accredited by the American Association of Museums, the USBG is both stunning and educational – a real treat for any visiting nature lover.
Explore the original plantation home of founding father George Washington on an exclusive VIP tour tailored specifically to your interests.
The expansive estate of Mount Vernon, situated on 500 acres framing the Potomac River, features over 700 artifacts as well as 25 galleries and theaters dedicated to preserving the Washington family history. Guests can even take a private evening walk by lantern, following in the footsteps of the nation’s first president in a candlelit trek that explores the newly restored Washington family mansion, tomb and distillery.
Having twice graced the Forbes List of most expensive restaurants in the United States, the Inn at Little Washington is luxurious dining at its best.
With its sumptuous interior design, award-winning wine list, and inspired, delectable dishes, the restaurant is a Mecca for foodies and wine critics alike. Dine among fellow patrons in the intimate dining room or book a spot at the chef’s table for a more exclusive experience