DC's National Mall overflows with hundreds of thousands of tourists during the day, all of whom are jostling for space to take the perfect photograph for their fridge back home. Doing this for hours can be tiring and frustrating, leaving a sour taste of DC in your mouth. We think that Trabblrs will have a much better time viewing America's treasures come nightfall, when most of the tourists are out wining and dining. Trust us - it's more beautiful with the monuments all lit up and more serene at night. So grab your cameras and a crew of Trabblrs and set off on a self-guided monumental monument crawl!
Although you can navigate the main attractions however you like, we put together a map for you with a suggested route. You can find it here. At the end of the crawl you can either go your separate ways at the Smithsonian Metro station or have a night cap with a view at the P.O.V. Roof Terrace at the W Washington DC.
Meeting point: Outside St. John's Episcopal Church. The closest Metro stops are Farragut West and McPherson Sq. Both are on the Blue and Orange Lines.
Leaders, a good start time will depend on the season. Just don't make it too late!