In this formidable Greek-style temple, the nine Supreme Court Justices make final their interpretations of the Constitution. ... More
Supreme Court of the United States
In this formidable Greek-style temple, the nine Supreme Court Justices make final their interpretations of the Constitution. In addition to viewing the building, you can see a film, hear a lecture or, if you are exceptionally lucky, sit in on arguments when the Court is in session. Choose a three-minute quick view or come for an all-day visit. Check the Washington Post for descriptions of current cases. Admission is free.
My family and I were part of the general public's lecture at the Supreme Court and it was outstanding! Our guide gave us so much interesting information, both historical and fun stuff to know! It was one of the highlights of our trip to Washington, D.C.!
The symbol of the city of Washington DC, this 555 foot marble obelisk on the National Mall honors the nation's
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This non profit club promotes all styles of rollerskating, with educational clinics, workshops, weekly and special events. The free workshops
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The Mandarin Oriental Washington DC overlooks the Tidal Basin and is within walking distance of L'Enfant Plaza. It is approximately
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