After President Lincoln was shot at Fords Theater, he was carried across the street the Petersen House.  A few hours later he died in a back bedroom.
Site of the assassination of President Lincoln
Some exibits may not be suitable for children.
Fifty-six granite pillars representing the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Philippines, the U.S. Virgin Islands and American Samoa.
Lincoln's statue has one hand clenched into a fist showing strength and determination, the other hand open and relaxed, representing the compassion and respect.
The Three Soldiers
The Wright Flyer (1903), the Spirit of St Louis, and the Apolo 11 Command Module are on display in this museum on the National Mall.
Alexander Calder Mobile, Sculpture Garden
See Dinosaurs in the Hall of Paleobiology, the Hope Diamond, and other cool rocks.
Really big and white, the Capitor building has a floor space of over 16 acres.
The White House has 132 rooms, including 16 guest rooms, 3 kitchens and 35 bathrooms.
Nineteen statues bigger than life, appear as ghosts.
In this hall of nations hangs the flags of every country that the U.S. has diplomatic relations with.
Flag Raises as you walk around the memorial.
Jefferson Memorial as seen from across Tidal Basin in West Potomac Park
Washington DC
Doug Adomatis
Author: Doug Adomatis (ID: 9813)
Posted: 2010-03-09 17:40 GMT+00:00
Mileage: 76.69 km
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School trip to the nation's capitol. A two day trip visiting monuments and memorials.

Petersen House
After President Lincoln was shot at Fords Theater, he was carried across the street the Petersen House. A few hours later he died in a back bedroom.
Fords Theater
Site of the assassination of President Lincoln
Holocost Museum
Some exibits may not be suitable for children.
World War II Memorial
Fifty-six granite pillars representing the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Philippines, the U.S. Virgin Islands and American Samoa.
Lincoln Memorial
Lincoln's statue has one hand clenched into a fist showing strength and determination, the other hand open and relaxed, representing the compassion and respect.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
The Three Soldiers
Air and Space Museum
The Wright Flyer (1903), the Spirit of St Louis, and the Apolo 11 Command Module are on display in this museum on the National Mall.
National Gallery of Art
Alexander Calder Mobile, Sculpture Garden
Museum of Natural History
See Dinosaurs in the Hall of Paleobiology, the Hope Diamond, and other cool rocks.
US Capitol
Really big and white, the Capitor building has a floor space of over 16 acres.
The White House
The White House has 132 rooms, including 16 guest rooms, 3 kitchens and 35 bathrooms.
KOREAN WAR VETERANS MEMORIAL
Nineteen statues bigger than life, appear as ghosts.
Kennedy Center
In this hall of nations hangs the flags of every country that the U.S. has diplomatic relations with.
Iwo Jima Memorial
Flag Raises as you walk around the memorial.
Jefferson Memorial
Jefferson Memorial as seen from across Tidal Basin in West Potomac Park
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