Life in the capital sounds exciting, but some families looking for homes for rent in Washington, D.C., may be unsure of what to expect. But this historic, politically significant community is a great place to raise kids, especially if parents want their children to grow up surrounded by museums and cultural attractions. And it's less than 40 miles from Baltimore, another hub of excitement.
Washington, D.C., is a vibrant and exciting place - renters will never run out of things to do while living in the district. The vast number of museums, monuments, libraries and other attractions is enough to keep residents occupied for years. From the White House to the Lincoln Memorial, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, D.C. provides educational entertainment options that will be enticing for residents of all ages.
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