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Library of Congress

9,006 Reviews

Library of Congress

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101 Independence Ave SE, Washington DC, DC 20540
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Capitol Hill and DC Monuments Tour by Electric Cart

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Exploring Washington DC's monuments and memorials in an open-sided, electric cart means you can enjoy unobstructed views from beginning to end. Traveling with a small group and guide, you'll cover popular destinations in the heart of DC, and hear stories throughout the tour. Stop to visit a series of highlights including the Lincoln Memorial, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, the White House, and the city's war memorials.
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zoey and chase 🐾 wrote a review Sep 10
Orlando, Florida30 contributions7 helpful votes
My 2nd grader had the opportunity to meet his favorite author Dav Pilkey, it was a great evening. They also have storytime for younger children. However if you have the chance to go by yourself it is worth the visit, take the train to Union Station and walk a few blocks to Library of Congress, such a beautiful scenario in DC.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Jerry K wrote a review Aug 2020
Ft Lauderdale139 contributions36 helpful votes
One of the most beautiful building interiors in Washington DC and is often over looked by tourists. Don't forget to get your Library of Congress Card
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Date of experience: February 2020
jcantu409 wrote a review Aug 2020
Alexandria, Virginia9 contributions
Not only have amazing movies been shot in our National Library, but once or twice a year, the floor of the library opens to ANY / ALL those who wish to see the true knowledge of our Great American Nation. Anyone can visit and obtain a library card, can study where great leaders thoughts were/are captured on paper, and see that knowledge and our past is TRUE POWER.
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Date of experience: August 2020
CookseyMom wrote a review Jul 2020
Prosper, Texas205 contributions57 helpful votes
We did a 'drive by' of this amazing building on our way from visiting the U.S. Capitol to lunch. I wish we'd had a lot more time than the half hour we spent walking through. The building itself and the beautiful architecture was incredible, but there were several exhibits that my husband and I wanted to see. Unfortunately, by then, our kids were very tired and museumed-out. Will definitely go back here and make it one of our first stops of our next DC trip.
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Date of experience: January 2020
brittany z z wrote a review Jun 2020
Amherst, Massachusetts116 contributions75 helpful votes
I think it’s easy for tourists to skip over the library of congress. Even just go to take pictures inside of the great architecture and the use the tunnel to go over to the Capitol for a tour. For locals, they have great exhibits inside. Right now they have a grand one on women’s long fight to get the right to vote for the 100ty anniversary. They also have a Rosa Parks exhibit. The other exhibits were smaller and did not absorb as much of my time. I went on a Sunday in March. There was a little bit of a line to get in but I came in right after a big tour group.
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Date of experience: March 2020