Kennedy Center, Washington, District Of Columbia, United States Of America
Kennedy Center is the National Cultural Center in the United States of America. It is a performing arts center that produces an array of performances such as genres of theater, ballet, orchestral, dance, jazz, chamber, popular, and folk music in Washington D.C. The center gets almost two million audiences for 3,500 performances annually. Kennedy Center was named as a memorial to President John F. Kennedy. It also hosts touring productions, television, and radio broadcasts with 20 million watchers collectively every year.
Kennedy Center is a three-hall theater and also considered a tourist attraction. Many hotels have sprung around Washington D.C. to accommodate a large number of tourists visiting Kennedy Center and other tourist sights nearby. Guests planning to visit Kennedy Center will find many worth staying accommodations. The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C. is considered along with few others, a 5-star boutique hotel that offers a truly unique brick smokestack. A more centrally located to all Washington D.C.’s attractions and a legendary hotel to stay in is The Watergate Hotel Georgetown that features a rooftop bar that gives 360 degrees panoramic views. Not only the Kennedy Center and hotels are worth staying in Washington D.C. but also other attractions. The National Mall (The Mall), which contains a lot of museums, art galleries, memorials, cultural institutions, sculptures, and statues, is a great tourist attraction that receives 24 million visitors annually. The National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., is one of the most popular museums in the world. If you have an interest in airplanes, you should not miss visiting it. McLean is one of the many nearby cities you can visit.