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Washington DC Christmas Lights
Washington, D.C, comes alive at Christmas time with some of the most festive decorations ever. Learn about the history of Christmas in our nation’s capital on this 3-hour tour.
Union Square is a self-contained holiday oasis with large wreaths and thousands of lights. Don’t miss the holiday model trains display and the Norwegian Christmas tree.
The Supreme Court has a beautifully decorated Christmas tree every year.
The Library of Congress is one of the most beautiful buildings in North America. Its beauty is enhanced by a gorgeous Christmas tree and lights. View this from the first floor or take pictures from above.
The U.S. Botanical Gardens will focus this year on gardens from Hawaii to Maine, including the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, Franklin Park Conservatory and Huntsville Botanical Gardens. See a showcase of poinsettias, trees, lights, and many unique surprises. You can see it here:
One of the largest trees in D.C. can be found at the U.S. Capitol. This year’s tree will come from the Carson National Forest in New Mexico. It will be decorated with thousands of lights and ornaments.
The tour will end at the White House where you can see the National Christmas Tree. It will be surrounded by trees decorated by handmade ornaments from 56 U.S. states and territories.
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