SOSS Policy Summit DC
Washington DC skyline at night

About Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C., the heart of American politics, pulses with history and culture. From the iconic silhouette of the Capitol Building to the stately White House, symbols of democracy abound. The city’s dynamic neighborhoods offer diverse experiences, from the historic charm of Georgetown to the eclectic energy of Adams Morgan. Museums, theaters, and green spaces like Rock Creek Park provide endless opportunities for exploration and relaxation. In D.C., every corner tells a story, making it a captivating destination for visitors from around the world.

Visit the National Mall

Discover the iconic landmarks dotting the National Mall, such as the solemn Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the towering Washington Monument, and the majestic Lincoln Memorial.

White House Visitor Center

While public tours of the White House require advance reservation, you can visit the White House Visitor Center to learn about the history and significance of the presidential residence.

Visit the National Zoo

Spend a day exploring the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, home to thousands of animals from around the world, including giant pandas, lions, and elephants.

Tour the Smithsonian Museums

Discover the world’s largest museum complex, which offers free admission to a diverse range of museums and galleries, covering art, history, culture, and science.