The state’s capital, Washington D.C., is a city full of monuments and memorials, that are built in the honor of all the great personalities who helped to shape the nation. If you miss to tour these national monuments and memorials, then definitely you are not doing justice to your trip to Washington DC. Almost all of these country’s most famous landmarks are standing proudly on the National Mall, a-two-mile stretched green land, located at the center of Washington DC, which has played as a host to many historical events.
The best thing about the monuments and memorials in Washington DC is, they are all free and open to public 24 hours a day. The park is also pedestrian friendly, making it easy to explore them all freely & steadily. If walking is not an option for you, you can hire a bike or see the sights via hop-on, hop-off bus. You can also visit the sights at nighttime and capture the spectacular illuminated views of the monuments and memorials.
Here is a photo guide to the National Mall, that will virtually tour you through the monuments and memorials in Washington DC.