Anand's Saved Places
Pete's New Haven Style Apizza is one of Anand's Saved Places.

1. Pete's New Haven Style Apizza

1400 Irving St NW (at 14th St NW), Washington, D.C.
Pizzeria · Columbia Heights · 68 tips and reviews

WomplyWomply: Pete's New Haven Style Apizza has partnered with Womply to offer $8 cash back after 3 visits Read more.

National Building Museum is one of Anand's Saved Places.

2. National Building Museum

8.0
401 F St NW (at 5th St. NW), Washington, D.C.
Museum · Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown · 108 tips and reviews

DoraDora: The Building Zone play area is open every day for mini-architects to come in and create.Powered by ParentsConnect.com

National Geographic Society is one of Anand's Saved Places.

3. National Geographic Society

8.4
1145 17th St NW (at M St. NW), Washington, D.C.
Museum · Connecticut Avenue - K Street · 20 tips and reviews

Melanie P.Melanie Phung: If you're in the neighborhood with a few minutes to spare, visit the lobby for whatever the current photo display is. Nat Geo always has great photography.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is one of Anand's Saved Places.

4. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

8.7
100 Raoul Wallenberg Pl SW, Washington, D.C.
History Museum · Southwest Washington · 258 tips and reviews

Ann Marie B.Ann Marie B: A must-see museum in the District. Prepare to be emotional throughout the exhibits. If you have a military/govt ID, you get an immediate pass. Tip: read everything & take in as much as you can.

Supreme Court of the United States is one of Anand's Saved Places.

5. Supreme Court of the United States

1 1st St NE (at E Capitol St NE), Washington, D.C.
Courthouse · Northeast Washington · 51 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: After the federal government was established in Washington, the court was housed in a basement room in the US Capitol until 1929, when Chief Justice Taft argued successfully for their own building.

National Museum of American History is one of Anand's Saved Places.

6. National Museum of American History

9.1
1400 Constitution Ave NW (at 14th St NW), Washington, D.C.
History Museum · Northwest Washington · 358 tips and reviews

TLCTLC: Recently renovated and FREE (like all Smithsonian museums), our favorite stops are the World War II exhibit and Julia Child's kitchen and...

Newseum is one of Anand's Saved Places.

7. Newseum

555 Pennsylvania Ave NW (at 6th St NW), Washington, D.C.
Museum · Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown · 307 tips and reviews

C-SPANC-SPAN: Newseum numbers: 250,000 sq. ft., 35,000 historic newspaper front pages, 15 theaters, 8 sections of the Berlin Wall (each is 3 tons), First Amendment tablet on Pennsylvania Ave. is 50 tons of marble.