United States Capitol
The United States Capitol is home to the U.S. House of Representatives (house.gov) and U.S. Senate (senate.gov).
The United States Capitol often called The Capitol or the Capitol Building is the meeting place of the United States Congress.
“You can tour the White House, the iconic home of America’s president, by scheduling a visit in advance. Even if you are unable to schedule a visit, walk around to the back to get a closer view of the building.”
“Don't miss this! Make time to visit this historic and presently significant place where US law is at work. Most recently we lost the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in September 2020, the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court Justice after Sandra Day O'Connor. ”
“(4.5 miles) We have probably spent more hours here than any other place in DC. There is something for everyone including hands-on demonstrations, 3-D IMAX movies ( these cost), and a McDonalds that sometimes has aircraft from the museum in their Happy Meals. Even if you’re an adult, it may be worth it to order a couple of Happy Meals.”
“One of the most underrated and also the most beautiful buildings in DC. Exhibits include a replica of Jefferson's Library at Monticello. Architecture and art on ceilings is inspiring.”
“Each Saturday and Sunday, hundreds of DC’s best local artists and crafters set up tents in the street and plazas surrounding the market. Check out all the painters, sculptors, independent designers, woodworkers, jewelers, potters, and photographers! Open each Saturday and Sunday from 9am-3pm.”