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Supreme Court

1,478 Reviews

Supreme Court

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First Street NE, Washington DC, DC 20003
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DC At Dusk Night Tour

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See Washington DC lit up at night on this guided bus tour. Drive by and stop at some of the city’s top memorials and attractions, including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Marine Corps War Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial, which are usually less crowded after dark. With transportation and navigation taken care of, all you have to do is sit back, relax, and sightsee.
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MauiWorldTravelers wrote a review Jun 2020
Kahului, Hawaii1,907 contributions354 helpful votes
The US Supreme court has been in existence since 1789. The current building in Washington D.C. was completed in 1935. EXPERIENCE: This wasn't on our list of to-see list while in the city as I didn't think we could tour it (turns out you can), but after exiting the US Capitol, bam, there it was, right across the street. Photo op! We were on the west side of the court. Grandeur and power was at its finest with a wide-open plaza and no less than 24 marble columns on the facade of the five floor building. What flashed back for me was the date of June 26, 2015, the date when the highest court-in-the-land struck down all unconstitutional state laws banning same-sex marriage. I knew we couldn't go inside so we just snapped a selfie from across the street as I wanted the entire building behind us. No need to walk up to it and have just a few columns in the pic, right? Plus, this was July and it was hella muggy and uncomfortably hot. I wanted to preserve what little dryness our clothes had left, LOL. Posted on social media, got lots of "likes" and life went on... TIP: The "Old Supreme Court" chambers can be seen inside of the US Capitol. Very cool! OVERALL: Learning after-the-fact that self-guided tours are available, we're definitely checking into it next time. But, if you're pressed for time as we were, a simple photo op should check mark that "been there, don't that" box.
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Date of experience: July 2019
JNYCwriter wrote a review May 2020
New York City, New York5,232 contributions104 helpful votes
If you visit Washington you should visit the highest court in the United States. You get a sense of power here and on a good day can walk around. Just looking at the building can be a fun visit.
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Date of experience: May 2020
DublinLJL wrote a review Mar 2020
Frisco, Texas367 contributions78 helpful votes
While the court was, unfortunately not in session during our visit, we had an amazingly informative visit and 30 min presentation by an incredibly talented and knowledgeable docent. Worth a visit, even if the court is not in session
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Date of experience: March 2020
Waunderlust wrote a review Mar 2020
Houston, Texas1,753 contributions180 helpful votes
LOVE LOVE LOVE that you can come in and walk around a little. Very pretty inside, and so much history. We loved it!
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Date of experience: March 2020
lexi3 wrote a review Mar 2020
133 contributions84 helpful votes
Beautiful building with enormous meaning to Americans of all political stripes. Recommend you take the tour and lecture of the courtroom itself, for a good overview of the history of the court.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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