|Washington isn't just politics and museums. As the hometown of jazz legend Duke Ellington, the city has a flourishing music scene with plenty of music and nightlife hotspots. The U Street Corridor district with its famous concert venues like the Black Cat and the Bohemian Caverns is Washington's mecca for music lovers.||With over 50 museums, Washington is the best place to expand your knowledge on American history and culture. The Smithsonian Institution houses 19 museums and galleries scattered throughout the capital. Another interesting stop is the Bureau of Engraving and Printing where you can watch American Dollars being printed.||The iconic White House is Washington's most well-known landmark. As the symbol of the United States Presidency and government, it is definitely a must-see when visiting Washington. Public tours of the White House are available upon request.
Other important landmarks are the U.S. Capitol, the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial.