We've come up with 29 places you can visit in D.C. during the government shutdown. These range from museums to movie theaters, with plenty of things to keep the kids happy and entertained.Read more...
There’s always something going on in Washington, D.C.
Not only is it the home of the United States Federal Government, but there are also monuments and museums to visit, film festivals, sporting events, and cultural festivals to catch, two restaurant weeks so you can try out that restaurant you’ve just been dieing to go to, and just about everything else you can possibly imagine happening in D.C.
Some people time their visits to coincide with the blooming of the cherry blossoms and others, who love baseball, like to catch the Nationals opening day.
There is always something to see and do in Washington. From Presidential Inaugurations to peeks at America’s historical past you’ll find places and events that will captivate your interest and genuinely excite you. It’s just a matter planning.
This NY Times headline kind of says it all:
It was the closest thing to an apolitical article I could find on the D.C shutdown.
I will try to get a list up of the non-government funded visitor sites in D.C. as soon as possible.
Thanks! And hang in there.