Click on the underlined words to go to a website.
When you are done using that site, use the Back arrow at the top of your computer screen to come back to this Pathfinder page.
- Virtual Field Trip to Washington, D.C. Click on the name of a memorial to visit its site.
- Tourmobile This sightseeing website has links to the websites of many national monuments and parks.
- DCPages.com Find the "Virtual Tour of Washington, D.C." link at the bottom of the page, for a clickable map of the city. (Click on pictures of buildings and signs for popup information)
- Welcome to the White House for Kids This is the official White House website for kids.
- Stately Knowledge, Washington D.C. Scroll down using the arrow key (or your mouse) to find D.C. info
- U.S. Capitol virtual tour A fascinating 360-degree rotating view inside the U.S. Capitol building, in full color. This site may work best at school, or where there is a fast internet connection.
- Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial A slide show of photographs of the memorial
- National Parks monuments Scroll down to "Icons" for indivual website links to the National Mall, Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, FDR Memorial, World War II Memorial, Korean and Vietnam War Memorials.
- Photos of Washington D.C. monuments
- Liberty Bell Center
- Liberty Bell facts Use the links on the lefthand side, too!
- Mount Rushmore
- Mount Rushmore trivia and facts
- Guide to U.S. Flags Pictures of historic U.S. flags
- Arlington National Cemetery
- Statue of Liberty
- Smithsonian Institution for students
- The Pentagon
- White House the building's history
Additional Materials are available at the Homework Center in the Children's Room of the library. Ask a librarian to show you where.