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Washington Program

Student Life in Washington

The Capitol… Giant Pandas at the National Zoo… the Jefferson Memorial at night… Cherry blossoms in April… oral argument sessions at the Supreme Court… Union Station… the world’s busiest museum (Air and Space)… the rest of the Smithsonian… a Sunday stroll along Embassy Row… Politics and Prose  Bookstore and Coffeehouse… the Lincoln Memorial… paddle boats on the tidal basin… the Folger Shakespeare Library and Theatre… riding the tour bus… Dim Sum in Chinatown…free performances at the Kennedy Center… a tour of the White House… the bike path from Alexandria to downtown Washington… the Reading Room and the architecture at the Library of Congress… the books and exhibitions at the Library of Congress... “Happy Hours”… the FDR Memorial… shredded money at the Bureau of Engraving… the Capitol Steps… the lighting of the national Christmas tree… the Mets vs. the Nationals... the Yankees vs. the Orioles… the Holocaust Museum… Arlington National Cemetery… flying kites on the Mall… Pentagon City… Gallery Place… Adams Morgan… the “No Snow before January” rule… azaleas everywhere… any Congressional committee hearing… any Congressional reception… kayaking on the Potomac… Great Falls… Mr. Einstein’s statue… driving to the ocean… jogging through Rock Creek Park … Old Town Alexandria… fifty different kinds of ethnic cuisine for less than ten bucks a meal… the National Gallery of Art… Tysons Corner… breakfast at Eastern Market on Saturdays… Halloween in Georgetown… the Vietnam Memorial … Mount Vernon… Potomac Mills… garden tours… the Spy Museum…cappuccino and wi-fi at Dupont Circle… the Sunday Washington Post

What’s not to like?

Helpful links:

www.culturaltourismdc.org

http://www.washington.org

http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com


For more information, contact:

Program Director
SUNY Brockport Washington Program
444 North Capital Street NW, Suite 221
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 403-8507
E-mail: washington@brockport.edu

Events

Sat, Apr 26

APA & Library Services
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Research & Database Searching
noon - 1 pm