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Washington, D.C.
2117 E Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20037

Explore Historic Downtown Washington DC

Get a vibe of the true DC-neighborhoods by walk. Explore the popular sights, memorials, monuments, and museums. Visit the National Zoo and Rock Creek Park with your family and have fun.
 
With arts, rich history, recreational entertainment, exciting food, and vibrant local shops - Downtown Washington has treasures hidden for you in every corner. Just wear your mask and hit the road.
 
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The National Mall

The National Mall

Explore the Mall by walk and discover the nation's favorite architectural gems in line. Pay your honor to the memorials, including Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial,and Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
 
Location: Washington, DC
Phone: 202-426-6841
Distance: 0.7 mi
Category: History, Activity
Lincoln Memorial

Lincoln Memorial

Show your respect to the life and legacy of the Great Emancipator and 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. The Lincoln Memorial is one of the most revered and recognizable memorials across the nation.
 
Location: 2 Lincoln Memorial Cir NW
Phone: 202 426-6841
Distance: 1.1 mi
Category: History, Culture
Smithsonian National Zoological Park

Smithsonian National Zoological Park

Visit the nation's one of the most popular and free zoological parks. The Zoo has opened its doors tothe public with all safety guidelines in place. Reserve your pass online and start exploring.
 
Location: 3001 Connecticut Ave NW
Phone: 202 633-4888
Distance: 3.0 mi
Category: Adventure, Wildlife
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

This memorial pays respect to the civilrights movement leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The relief is named ‘The Stone of Hope'. The two other pieces of granite symbolize the ‘Mountain of Despair'.
 
Location: 1964 Independence Ave SW
Phone: 202 426-6841
Distance: 1.6 mi
Category: History, Culture
Jefferson Memorial

Jefferson Memorial

Pay respect to Thomas Jefferson - the third US president and author of the Declaration of Independence. Surrounded by water and cherry blossom trees, this architecture offers a treat to the sight of visitors.
 
Location: 701 E Basin Dr SW
Phone: 202 426-6841
Distance: 2.2 mi
Category: History, Culture
Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery

Home to all the fallen soldiers, who fought their battles in WWI, WWII, Korean War, and Vietnam War. The gravesite of President John F. Kennedy is also a point of visit at this National Cemetery.
 
Location: Arlington, VA 22211
Phone: 877 907-8585
Distance: 2.8 mi
Category: Culture, Sight-seeing
Rock Creek Park

Rock Creek Park

The asphalt trails of Rock Creek Parks area favorite attraction for hikers and runners. Visit this park to enjoy a serene environment with your friends and family. Find a peaceful escape from the urban cacophony.
 
Location: Washington DC
Phone: 202-895-6000
Distance: 3.6 mi
Category: Nature, Adventure
National Arboretum

National Arboretum

This botanical garden presents a stunning collection of plants and a lovely landscape to enjoy. Visit the National Bonsai & Penjing Museum to explore a collection of miniature Japanese and Chinese trees.
 
Location: 3501 New York Ave NE
Phone: 202-245-2726
Distance: 10.9 mi
Category: Nature, Sight-seeing
Dupont Circle

Dupont Circle

The colors and laughter in Dupont Circle never fade. The culture-vultures, students, or local tourists - this place is always ready to offer everyone's share of entertainment and delight.
 
Location: Washington, DC
Distance: 2.2 mi
Category: Culture, Sight-seeing
Sculpture Garden

Sculpture Garden

The Sculpture Garden, Washington DC is open with strict safety measures in place. Spend your time appreciating the modern and contemporary sculptures. Wear a protective mask while entering.
 
Location: Constitution Ave NW &, 7th St NW
Phone: 202-289-3360
Distance: 2.6 mi
Category: Art, Culture

Traveler's Insights

Are the Washington DC parks open?
Yes, most parks in the DC area are open for visitors with new safety guidelines in place. Social distancing is being strictly monitored. Wearing protective masks is mandatory for visitors.
Are the Washington DC restaurants open?
Yes. DC-area restaurants are open and ready to delight visitors. Please wear a protective mask and practice social distancing to ensure everyone's safety.
Does State Plaza offer safe accommodation?
We have heightenedthe cleanliness and sanitation measures to offer you responsible hospitality. We are cleaning the rooms and public spaces frequently to ensure your well-being.
Should I take a sight-seeing tour?
The major attractions and activities are within minutes of distance from the State Plaza Hotel. So don't worry. You can have the most exciting sightseeing tour without having to travel far.

Our Commitment to Cleanliness

Our enhanced sanitation and cleanliness program provides clean accommodations, lobbies, and common areas. Enjoy a safe stay at the State Plaza Hotel.
 
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