1. C&O Canal National Historical Park
Amanda: Get your NPS Passport stamped at the front office- C&O Canal and Potomac Heritage
2. Mount Rushmore National Memorial
HISTORY: It took 14 years and a team of 400 sculptors, led by Gutzon Borglum, to complete this massive "Shrine of Democracy," dedicated in 1941.
3. African American Civil War Memorial
4. National D-Day Memorial
5. City Tavern
HISTORY: Established in 1773, City Tavern once was frequented by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other notable figures of the American Revolution era.
6. Castle Clinton National Monument
HISTORY: Built as a U.S. military fort in 1811 in anticipation of the War of 1812 against the British, Castle Clinton went on to serve a variety of roles.
7. Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
Chad Dierkes: This is one of nearly 400 National Parks in the country!
8. Bunker Hill Monument
The Ritz-Carlton: Visit the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown and stand in the space where we first took a stand in the American Revolution.
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