Washington, D. C. Scavenger Hunthttps://cdn.pixabay.com/photo/2015/10/10/02/25/cherry-blossom-980280_960_720.pnghttp://res.freestockphotos.biz/pictures/11/11050-resplendent-cherry-trees-from-japan-ring-the-tidal-basin-at-washington--pv.jpg

Information Guide

Directions: Use the following websites to find the answers to the questions in the SCAVENGER HUNT booklet.  Record your answers to the questions on the ANSWER SHEET and turn in the ANSWER SHEET to your Social Studies teacher.

Note: As time goes on, some of these websites may become extinct.  Use your problem solving skills to research the historical sites and important locations to find the correct answers.

Arlington National Cemetery, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Mount Vernon, Visitors

Capitol Building, Statue of Freedom, Emancipation Hall, National Statuary Hall

National Archives, Murals

Ford’s Theatre

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, “Ill-Housed…”, Fireside Chat

Smithsonian Natural History Museum

Gettysburg National Military Park, Monuments, Memorials 

Smithsonian Air and Space Museum

Holocaust Museum

Smithsonian Portrait and National Art Museum

Jefferson Memorial

Smithsonian American History Museum, Star-Spangled Banner

Korean War Veterans Memorial

Vietnam Veterans Memorial, The Wall

National Mall

White House, Interactive Tour, Zip Codes

Tidal Basin

WWII Memorial

Lincoln Memorial

US Marine Corps War Memorial

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial

US House of Representatives Gallery, Tall Chair/Rostrum,  Reliefs, Paintings and Murals, Portraits

Extra Websites:

Monuments and Memorials

The Origins of Washington, D. C

Lonely Planet--Things to Do in DC