1. Channel Captain America in D.C.
Destination: Washington, D.C.
Why: What better place to channel your inner Captain America than in the nation’s capital? A vibrant melting pot, Washington, D.C. is chock-full of diverse cuisines, interesting cultural attractions, and of course, plenty of history and tradition. Plan a patriotic escape fit for the entire family, spending your days checking off the city’s must-see sites, such as the Tidal Basin, the National Zoo, and the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. History buffs will also want to schedule some time to visit the National World War II Memorial, which also happens to tie seamlessly into the plot of Captain America: The First Avenger. During your stay, book a spacious room at The Jefferson, an iconic five-star property that employs Susan Sullivan Lagon, Ph.D. The former Georgetown professor now serves as the in-house hotel historian and curates immersive city itineraries, like the new Kids Who Made American History tour, which is perfect for families visiting with their little ones.
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