Washington DC has some of the best views in the United States - don't miss out! Here is a list of seven that you
With dramatic views of the White House and the Potomac River, Meridian Hill on 16th Street, NW, is a landscaped park complete with a cascading waterfall.
Robert E. Lee's Former home became the site of a National Cemetery during the Civil War. Arlington House is now operated by the National Park Service. This property overlooks the Potomac River and the National Mall.
Located on the 11th floor of the W Hotel, Dress to Impress at the Rooftop Bar with beautiful views of the White House.
Situated on a hill in Arlington, Virginia the Air Force Memorial offers unexpected views of the Lincoln Memorial and the US Capitol.
The world's 6th largest Cathedral might have the BEST VIEWS. Climb the Towers 333 stairs to the top for views of the city.
Arguably the best view of the city, the Washington Monument features an observation deck 500 feet in the air.
The second-tallest structure in DC, after the Washington Monument. It was built between 1892 to 1899 to house the US Post Office Department Headquarters and the city's post office. Access the tower from the plaza beside 12th Street.