Holiday sights in D.C.

There are so many places to see holiday sights around the city – here are some of our favorites:

Franklin Park

©Angela N.
©Angela N.
©Victoria Pickering
©Victoria Pickering

Library of Congress

Christmas tree and menorah in the Grand Hall of the Library of Congress

©Angela N.
©Angela N.

White House Wreaths

©Rob Klug
Marine One taking off. ©Victoria Pickering

Old Ebbitt Grill

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CityCenterDC

©Angela N.
©Angela N.

U.S. Botanic Garden

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Large train installation outside, with monsters and other surprises, all made of natural materials:

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Willard Hotel

©Rob Klug

Floriana’s Christmas Tree

Floriana’s Restaurant puts up a large Christmas tree each year on 17th Street, with a unique theme – this year’s theme is “Vogue.”

Congressional Gingerbread House

Gingerbread display in Cannon House Office Building

©Angela N.
©Angela N.

Jack Daniel’s Christmas Tree

The Jack Daniel’s Christmas Tree at The Wharf is made of empty whisky barrels, which are for sale to benefit enlisted service members with transportation home for the holidays.

©Victoria Pickering

Union Station

The tree is a gift from Norway. ©Victoria Pickering
©Victoria Pickering
©Victoria Pickering

Capitol Christmas Tree

©Angela N.
©Angela N.

National Christmas Tree

It’s looking pretty good since it was propped up after falling over in a wind gust.

©Angela N.

National Menorah

Rabbis went up in a cherry picker to light the 30-foot menorah on the first night of Hannukah.

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Embassy Christmas Trees

Several embassies have set up trees in Dupont Circle

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Santarchy

Santas can be seen in all kinds of places, but the biggest gathering was Santarchy last weekend on the Mall.

©Miki Jourdan
©Rob Klug
©Miki Jourdan
©Miki Jourdan
©Victoria Pickering

The best gift

Sign in Adams Morgan. ©Angela N.

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