Washington, DC is filled with exciting and memorable places to visit. Whether you wish to visit the Capitol or the Smithsonian museums, stand on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, walk the halls of the White House and the U.S. Capitol, and tour the free exhibits of the Smithsonian museums. Whether you’re coming to town for the Cherry Blossom Festival or to tour the monuments and memorials, “The District” provides everything you need to plan your trip.
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Airports In Washington DC
Hoover Field, a now-defunct airport which served Washington, D.C., from 1925 to 1933 (its merger with Washington Airport)
Washington Airport, a now-defunct airport which served Washington, D.C., from 1927 to 1933 (its merger with Hoover Field)
Washington-Hoover Airport, a now-defunct airport which served Washington, D.C., from 1933 to 1941
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (IATA: DCA), a public airport serving Washington, D.C., which opened in 1941
College Park Airport, a public airport serving the College Park/Riverdale Park/University Park area is also the oldest, still operating public airport in the United States
Stafford Regional Airport (FAA: RMN), a public airport serving Stafford, Virginia
Washington Executive Airport (FAA: W32), a public use airport near Clinton, Maryland
Baltimore/Washington International Airport (fully Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport) (IATA: BWI), formerly known as Friendship Airport, a public airport serving the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., metropolitan area
Dulles International Airport (IATA: IAD), a public airport in Dulles, Virginia, serving the Washington D.C. metropolitan area