In the heart of the United States, where history echoes through grand monuments, vibrant museums house treasures of art and knowledge, I spend some days walking around to see what the city has to offer. It's picturesque views make the capital city a haven for both art enthusiasts and shutterbugs.
I've made a list of my favorite 7 places, and here is everything you need to know before your visit.
EXLORING THE KREEGER MUSEUM
The Kreeger Museum was on top of my list. Being the only museum which was taking and entry fee, I was not hesitating when I saw the sculpure garden. We had to go. This museum is location a little off the center of Washington D.C., I recommend driving here. On the website it was mentioned that you should make a reservation in advance if you want to make sure that there is space and that the parking attached to the place is limited - I would defenitly be prepaired in high season so you don't miss it.
ORCHIDS IN THE U.S. BOTANIC GARDEN
Where ever I travel, I always want to smell the flowers. The U.S. Botanic Garden had a beautiful collection of Orchids. On the left you see a Dendrobium Jenkinsi, my favorite on the right, a Cattleya. A stunning variety in shapes and colours. Entrance is free.