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I want to go to washington and see the things listed below. I want to know if it is possible to see most of these things in about 3 or 4 days without having to do too much rushing around in order to see it all. The things I HAVE TO SEE: The White House U.S Capitol Lincoln Memorial Thomas Jefferson Memorial Library of Congress Supreme Court National Archives Washington Monument Some of the Smithsonian (I know this place is huge and that is why i put it on the bottom of the list because while I don't have to see all of it I would like to see some of it). Things I would like to see (if there is enough time): The Zoo at Adams Morgan Georgetown (no big deal if I miss this on this trip) Ford's Theater U.S. National Arboretum Arlington Cemetery (if I can take a shuttle or car or something to get out there.) Anyway would it be possible to see these things (in the "Must see" list), with adequate time for each, in about 3 or 4 days time?
You have two choices..."see" them literally or actually go inside. You can take pics from outside of all of them in a day. If you want to go inside then you need to schedule your day b/c you're competing against other tourists. The Lincoln, Vietnam, Jefferson and FDR memorials close late at night and are very well lit. Leave them for the end of the day. Then you can plan your actual daylight time better. The Zoo is no where near the other memorials and that is a lot of transit time. Go to things that are near one another. Start at the top with the Capitol and try to get in on a tour early. Then work your way down the mall and go to the Nat'l gallery of art (you don't need a tour and can just walk in), go down a block to the Air and Space Museum (the most popular museum), and maybe the Natural History and then American History Museum. The archives are along the way as well. This way you're walking down the mall towards the Monument. Then go get in that line and you can go inside up to the top. Honestly, by the time you're done it'll be night (lines are long) and then you can just walk down the hill past the WWII memorial and straight to the Lincoln Mem. The next day you can go see the White House and the zoo which is waaaay uptown. The arboretum isn't near anything, so save that for later. Arlington Cemetary is on the Blue Line of the metro and you get off right at the place. You can catch the train there as well as up to the zoo, but you'll have to walk about four blocks uphill or catch a bus to the zoo. I hope this helps. I'm not trying to plan your day for you...just thought you should do a little research on the locales and then execute it like a military op or something. My two cents though...avoid the vendors along the way. They will steal your money...you can go inside a CVS or something and get the same stuff for half the price. ($4 for water? Really)
Public tours of the White House are available for groups of 10 or more people. Requests must be submitted through one's Member of Congress and are accepted up to six months in advance. These self-guided tours are available from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday (excluding federal holidays), and are scheduled on a first come, first served basis approximately one month in advance of the requested date. Stockbridge Circulator Buses provide an inexpensive way to get around the city's most popular attractions. Buses run every 5 to 10 minutes and will cost $1 per ride.Purchase tickets ahead at fare meters or parking meters at the Circulator bus stops. Machines accept change or credit cards
The above response was right on. Obviously the more you see, the less time you will have for each thing. Keep in mind that for many of these places (White House, U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress, Supreme Court, as well as to go inside the Washington Monument) you need tickets to get in so waiting in line for that could take a while. (I'm pretty sure tickets are free for all of these, however, you do need them - tickets are to regulate the number of visitors). I'm not sure if it's possible to reserve in advance as I haven't been inside of any of these places in ten years or so. This is assuming you actually want to go inside these buildings, though - you could of course just take pictures from the outside of these buildings, in which case you'd definitely have plenty of time. And this also depends on if you're at a busier tourist season. It's always tourist season in DC, but the busiest time is from late March through the summer, and on any holiday weekend.
You can see Washington D.C. from the tour bus which comes to your hotel to pick you up and return you. There are night tours and there are day tours.