United States District of Columbia Washington
Supreme Court of the United States
Highest judicial body in the US capital, responsible for interpreting the Constitution and making final decisions on legal disputes.
- 1 First Street Northeast
- (202) 479-3000
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The Supreme Court is the highest court in the land and plays a critical role in shaping the laws of the country. Visitors can attend a lecture, take a guided tour, and even sit in on oral arguments if the Court is in session. Kids will love learning about the history and importance of the Supreme Court, and parents will appreciate the opportunity to engage in meaningful discussions about the legal system with their children.
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- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) Planning a family trip to Washington D.C. with your kids? Look no further than this list of kid-friendly things to do in the city. I took my 10-year-old son to DC for a memorable trip in November 2019, and it was both a fun and educational experience for both of us. From incredible museums to the grandeur of the National Mall, there is no shortage of activities to keep children entertained and engaged in learning. Here are our favorite spots from our trip. Reach out to your representative in Congress up to 6 months in advance for free tickets to many of the top sights as well as special access. Book as many popular sites sell out quickly!