Relive history as you visit The White House, The Seante, The Washington
Monument, and The Lincoln Memorial.
There's so much to see and do: watch $40 million being printed at the
Bureau of Engraving; discover the Ten Most Wanted at the FBI; and touch a
piece of the moon at the Smithsonian. Next, take a leisurely stroll along
Embassy Row to the National Zoo, home of the famous Chinese pandas.
There's so much history all around you--catch a glimpse of Colonial America
in Williamsburg; see Mt. Vernon, George Washington,s home; and stop at
Gettysburg, the Civil War battlefield.
Washington, D.C. is truly America's hometown.
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"Professor Kelso had no qualms in throwing me into stuff thatís usually done for senior research," White says. "It was an opportunity that was instrumental to my success as a student and a pivotal moment in my life." [ more ]