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Washington, DC has so much to offer. From exploring free museums to dining in style, there is something for everyone. If you’re planning a special trip with friends or family, or looking to travel solo, there are plenty of activities throughout the city that will keep you entertained. Here are just a few ideas to add to your itinerary:
History reflects on the past, affects the present, and shapes the future. From a young age, we have all been told about monumental moments in history that have influenced our development as a society, and there’s no doubt that Washington, DC is an integral part of American history. From how it became the capital of the United States to Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, Washington, DC is connected to many crucial historic moments, especially when it comes to Black history. Washington, DC has multiple sites that keep the public informed about the past, including the struggles and successes Black people have experienced throughout history.
Washington, DC is a hub for all things Black history, including Black-owned businesses and restaurants near every corner. This custom-made weekend itinerary will ensure that your visit to Washington, DC is nothing like your parent’s class trip.