Don’t Miss the Edward Albee Festival in Washington DC!

During your vacation in Washington DC, you will want to experience some of the various cultural and arts events that take place in the city, and you won’t want to miss The Edward Albee Festival March 21 through April 3rd at the Mead Center. Edward Albee is considered to be the United States’ greatest living playwright, and you can experience all 30 of his impressive works through either a public reading or full production at the festival. For a special experience at the festival, be sure to catch a reading or production of one of Albee’s Pulitzer Prize winning plays like “A Delicate Balance,” “Seascape” or “Three Tall Women.”

Your Washington DC vacation won’t be complete without a tour of our nation’s capital, and you can see the most popular attractions in the city by taking the DC in a Day Tour. This tour takes you by important landmarks like Ford’s Theatre, the World War II Memorial, the White House, the U.S. Capitol and the National Air and Space Museum. You will have plenty of chances to get out and explore some of these attractions, and since the tour lasts about a day, you won’t have to miss any exciting attractions! If you really want to see it all on your vacation, be sure to include the DC in a Day Tour in your vacation plans.

Sightseeing in Washington DC is sure to work up an appetite, and you can enjoy a delicious meal during your vacation at the Hard Rock Café. You can satisfy your hunger with American fares like burgers and fries while admiring priceless rock and roll memorabilia. You will see artifacts associated with greats like Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis and Chuck Berry at this location of the Hard Rock Café. The Hard Rock Café is the perfect place to refuel for more exciting sightseeing at places like the FBI Headquarters, which is located right across the street!

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