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1. United States Institute of Peace

36 reviews
United States Institute of Peace
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Location
5
Establishment
5

Address: 2301 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20037

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 457-1700

Guy: Non-profit organization


Review: "It's a beautiful building in the heart of DC."

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fellsteruk: Really pretty building the roof is in the shape of a dove the ultimate symbol of peace

Austin Graff: The US Institute of Peace is supported by the US government with the goal of promoting and working toward global peace. Hundreds of dedicated staff members work in a beautiful building near the Lincoln Memorial in Foggy Bottom overlooking the National Mall and northern Virginia. They don't give public tours, but if you go to an event inside or have a friend who works there, you'll see it. It's a great tour where you'll learn about peacekeeping and see their amazing rooftop of the best view of the Lincoln Memorial (you feel like you can reach out and touch it!).

Oliver Peckham: USIP is a good institution doing good work. Attended a number of events here, all of which were well-produced and deeply valuable (show up early for the big events if you don't want to be relegated to one of the overflow rooms). Building is gorgeous, too!

Amy Murphy: It's a beautiful building in the heart of DC. Spent a lovely evening there admiring the architecture. However the acoustics are pretty awful.

Nadir KH: Has an ad up for an opening requesting someone who is in graduate school with knowledge of statistical software just to pay them 15 an hour. Disgusting

Denise M. Brooking: Beautiful venue!

Tengert Essa: Peace and love for the universe.

Wilfred Laurence Labuson: I totally admired the architecture of this building. Very modern with all the curves on the roof.

Borges Beauge: A place where people talk about the world. I had a chance to take part to a large debate about Haiti's political actuality in october 2011 with my team from internews-Haiti.

Addi Mavengere: I attended a conference here and it is a great facility in a great location

2. U.S. Department of Education

29 reviews
U.S. Department of Education
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Location
5
Establishment
5

Address: 400 Maryland Ave SW, Washington, DC 20202

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 401-2000

Guy: Department of education


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Lei Wang: Compared with other beautiful buildings with lots of art details, the Dept. of Education building is very simple and concise

Jay Rogers: A giant waste of taxpayer money. Every state and municipality has their own unique regional history and story. Education needs to be handled at the local level so we can have more character, innovation, responsibility, accountability, and frugality. End this organization now. It was created by Jimmy Carter to appease the teachers unions (who hate school choice). States and towns are better equipped to understand the children's needs than federal bureaucrats. No Child Left Behind was a giant failure and Common Core represents one size fits all nonsense.

America Artist of the Quantic Planetary Renaissance: Has been a... Sweet like candy experience and for such .... I need to get... Wiser ... Thanks for all

Amy Graff: Had a tour of the OET office. The artwork on the first floor by children was enlightening.

Luke: An american school which actually teaches you stuff, that's a first!

Max Crawford: They need to get better.

3. Embassy of Japan

60 reviews
Embassy of Japan
Price/Quality
4.6
Service
4.4
Parking
4
Location
4.9
Establishment
4.3

Address: 2520 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 238-6700

Guy: Embassy


Review: "Long live the US-Japan alliance!"

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Aaron C: Visa lady was nice and understanding. My Certificate of Eligibility didn’t come with the visa application paper in it so I was lost on what to do since I thought my packet had everything I needed. She told me I could drop off my application later today with no issues and she did just that. ありがとうございます😊

S: Woman picking up the phone dealing with english channel is very rude and looking down

Dawn Diana: Just a heads up, if you are applying for a tourist visa,make sure you have a return ticket going back to the US. I have an exit ticket going to Hong Kong and I said I will be traveling some more and I will be thinking where else I am going to go and she said I need to show a return ticket going back to the US. For me,it does not make any sense since I have a ticket exiting Japan,so I went home and booked a ticket and emailed it to them. Also,when your giving you bank statements,she is also asking for the withdrawals and others transactions.

Xuan Shao: The visa lady is a bit rude. I participated in a Japan trek organized by my school, and I showed her the letter from my school including the goal of the trek, the hotels information, the fees for the trek and participants information. The organizer of my school said the payment information and the hotels were included in the letter, so I didn't need to provide my bank statements. However, she's impatient and she even didn't look at the letter I gave her. She asked where's my bank statement? Where's hotels confirmation? She said I missed documents and I should come again. Then I asked her could you please first look at all the documents I gave you, especially the letter from my school? Then she began to look at the letter but she said I still missed some documents. In my eyes, she's rude. What she said was different from what the organizer of my school said, but the organizer told me he contacted the embassy of Japan before and had got permission of the embassy of Japan.

Kevin M: If you’re looking for the visa office, it’s the smaller building to the left with the green door. You’re going to have to find parking on the street or in the surrounding neighborhood. There isn’t visitor parking for the visa office. The person that processes visas is slow. Takes 20 minutes per person. So when application drop off is open from 9:15 am to 12:00 pm, she gets through like nine people. Get here early or try another day. They have three windows but only one is for visa, and it’ll be super frustrating that the other windows for certificates and passports are free and the people are just sitting around when there’s a long line for visas. Read the site, have the requirements, don’t hold up the line.

Leo Wang: Well, let's see. The visa lady seems to overthrow a lot of traditional view on Japanese ladies that they are very nice and patient. She did appear to be impatient and rude to me at the first time when I talk to her. While the website says they don't advise purchasing an airline ticket before approval of my visa, the lady urged me where is my ticket, I was trying to tell her what the website said about this but she cut me off rudely. However, after a while, she seems to be very happy and glad to answer a lot of question. Maybe she is an aggresive worker that strive to get work done before rambling some gibberish with the customers. Still, get used to that if you want to travel to Japan for whatever reasons, because these type of people aren't minority in Japan.

Chris Reaves (ChrisBelieves): My wife and I have had success in all interactions at this embassy. Not a complaint to be had. The rudeness of some of the reviewers below is abysmal. My wife and I have visited the embassy on a few different occasions to take care of business, not make friends, and not to judge a country and its people by its embassy. Being an American, and judging by the comments below, I could assume that we are lacking the ability to cope with foreign culture, but I'll try not to make that judgement based on this single interaction...

Benjamin Lebron: These people are crazy, the visa lady is one of the nicest people you'll ever meet. We invited her to Thanksgiving dinner. Positive and professional experience from start to finish. I know I only have one embassy to chose from, bit if there were two, I'd pick this one, hands down!

Spencer Anderson: The guards and Embassy members were all so polite! If you have a Japanese member in the family you can make a parking reservation on the Ambassador's driveway which is super convenient!

赤の狼: Seems like I'm not the only one. Very rude visa lady. She's NOT helpful at all. AT. ALL. The embassy represents their own country in a foreign country. She should be fired for giving such bad impression to other people, especially when you're working in an embassy.

4. United States Capitol

4130 reviews
United States Capitol
Price/Quality
4.5
Service
4.3
Parking
4.2
Location
4
Establishment
4.3

Address: First St SE, Washington, DC 20004

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 226-8000

Guy: Federal government office


Review: "Every landmark in DC is spectacular. We dint do the tour this time so ..."

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Zay McCullough, MSW, LCSW-A: This was the last major attraction I saw during my one week trip here from 12/28/21 to 1/4/2022. You can see the Capital Building from several blocks away. I actually remembered I needed to stop by because I saw it after exiting the Children’s Museum. It was a little after 5pm when we made it there. We say the reflecting pool, which is wider but shorter than the reflecting pool between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Unlike the latter, the Capitol’s reflecting pool isn’t easily accessible to stuck your feet it. The view, however, was still nice. This was my first time being in DC since I was in elementary school. It was extremely awesome to see the Capitol building. It was ironic that I had just watched Olympus Has Fallen on TV in my hotel just a day prior. Unfortunately, the perimeter of the building is gated off due to the events that transpired a year ago. I’m saddened to see that public access still isn’t available. Of course COVID is an added barrier to tours. Going inside is something that I wanted to do. I did not go to the visitors center that is close by as my son was ready to go back to the hotel, lol. There was a large Christmas tree in the lawn area between the capital building and the reflecting pool. Many people were taking pictures and appeared to be having a good time. I was grateful for the experience because I talked to my son (8) about what goes on in the building, the legislative bodies, and etc. I’m sure he’s forgotten everything we talked about but he can say he seen it in person whenever he does learn about it in school.

Ganindu Madhawa: A place where one can probe into the political history of USA.It is an iconic place and you need to reserve tickets beforehand visiting the place. You will be provided with a guide who give descriptive analysis of the architecture of the place and historical events. 😊

Yusra Nabeel: Such a great experience visiting one of the US symbols. Great place with beautiful reflection in pool.

Ali Shajarizadeh: This beautiful building is a must-see for everyone who visit Washington DC. The building has a long history. The place is where many important decisions were and are made that affects the world.

Nas Sol: The in-depth history of this iconic building is grander than I expected! A true beautiful from the exterior to the interior. I got a sense of appreciation after leaving from here. It can get very packed though so it's recommended you start your day early to beat the crowd. A must see when you're in DC!

Stephen Butler: My first time taking the tour. Our Representative arranged a VIP tour. It was very small and personal. There’s no cost, but if your going to take a tour book it in advance. It takes about 3 hours or so. It was worth the time. Please hit “Like” if this was helpful. Thanks.

Ben Henderson: Really enjoyed the tour inside the Capitol building. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and funny. Really interesting history and beautiful inside. Liked the fact you can then walk through a tunnel to cross over to the library of Congress which again was beautiful.

Keith Roussel: Visiting the Capitol building is fantastic experience. I visited with my family and it was a great opportunity to see some of our nation's history as well as the seat of power of the legislative branch. We booked a tour in advance from out state senator Ted Cruz. Our tour began at his office in the neighboring senate building. From there we took the underground trolly to the capitol building. Our tour guide took us through the various parts of the capitol biding explaining the building, decoration and history. After the tour we were able to view the senate and house of representative chamber. Each was unique. The House had a live reenactment of typical chamber proceedings which was nice, but once the reenactment was finished, we had to leave. The senate on the other hand had no reenactment, but we would stay as long as we like. I sat therefore a while attempting to etch the experience in my memory, which I personally valued more.

blade Galletta: This is a must visit in Washington D.C. The capital building is absolutely gorgeous. In the spring time there are many flowers and trees surrounding it to make it even better. The fountain in the front is very unique and perfect for pictures with the building. They have gates up with guards so you can't get really close. I think they do tours but you would have to research that on the website.

Isabelle Tran: Beautiful architecture from the outside. Recommended to book in advance for a tour. The park outside is a beautiful place to relax after a long day of touring, including some cherry blossom trees.

5. USDA Foreign Agricultural Service

10 reviews
USDA Foreign Agricultural Service
Price/Quality
4.4
Service
4.3
Parking
4
Location
4.4
Establishment
4.5

Address: 1400 Independence Ave SW #5071, Washington, DC 20250

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 720-3935

Guy: Federal government office


Review: "... airport like security but worth it for the limited options in the area."

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Kent Poimboeuf: If your looking for a nice cafeteria, this is the place with a wide variety of foods. Everything I had was very good especially the curry potatoes.

Hillary S: Great food court, need to go through airport like security but worth it for the limited options in the area.

katongole ronald: Nice building

The game Deaf jerry: great

Allan Herrera Rivera: (Translated by Google) Impressive architecture and work they do. (Original) Impresionante arquitectura y laborar que realizan.

6. Georgetown University

877 reviews
Georgetown University
Price/Quality
4
Service
4.1
Parking
4.2
Location
4.8
Establishment
4.7

Address: 3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057

Telephone: (202) 687-0100

Guy: University


Review: "One of the best hospitals is DC. I was there today for my appt."

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Alex Kolkena: For the record, I didn't go to school here, but I've only heard good things. From a tourist's perspective, there's plenty of neat architecture on campus. It's in one of the older sections of Washington DC, so definitely worth checking out.

Da-Wang Wu: I have several talented colleagues who graduated from Georgetown University, so I always want to visit this school. The campus is very beautiful, especially with the fall foliage. It’s a nice half-day trip to visit the university, the shopping area (mainly on M Street), the canal and the waterfront park.

Danny L: Must place to visit if you are visiting DC. Lots of things to do around the university. Great place for photography and sightseeing. Plenty of Restaurants around that area. You would love it.

David Gilbank: I fulfilled a lifelong ambition when I came to Georgetown to see where The Exorcist was filmed. I particularly wanted to throw my self down the stairs that featured in the finale. Obviously that could cause terrible damage, so I through a soft toy down instead. See photos. Its a brilliant beautiful neighbourhood. Well worth a visit.

Mj Dillenburg: Great graduation ceremonies! Except for the 95 degree heat and humidity....it was beautiful.

Adnana K: I've had my last two kids here. They met all my needs in that time. Both C-sections were done perfectly. Two and a half days hospital stay. Recovery was very successfull. Staff was very friendly and professional. I highly recommend this hospital.

Russ Watts: Excellent university, superb perspective on the political realm, mindful about the Jesuit values.

Enric Piferrer Torres: We stopped for a quick walk around the university buildings, and it was worth it! It reminded me of Harry Potter somehow. Beautiful main building. We parked outside for free in a 2 hour parking (no meter). The neighborhood is beautiful too

Justin Ahearn: So charming and beautiful. Feel like I’m going to get culture of Washington DC and the people that I meet are great

lilian gonzalez: I do not come to school here but it's a must place to visit and see in person!!! The buildings are so beautiful and massive. It's breathtaking. The surrending place to grab food is amazing and you can bring it back and either sit in the rocking chairs or picnic tables they have or bring a blanket and lay under a tree and relax!! It's so nice!!

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