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Tell us: Your tips for visiting Washington, our next Military City

June 7, 2017 (Photo Credit: Getty Images/Stock)
Arlington Cemetery. Monuments on the National Mall. The Smithsonian museums. All part of the fabric of our nation's capital — and all already on the to-do list, or the already-done list, of service members, veterans and military families heading to Washington, D.C., for work or play.

To help us discover more about our next Military City, Military Times is asking readers to go deeper into their travel itineraries and to share some must-see, must-do details of Washington that might not be on everyone's radar. 

What's your favorite unheralded historic site, either inside or outside city limits? What's the best running or hiking trail, when you need some time outside the Pentagon walls? Where can you get good food or good drinks, with a good military discount? If you are heading to a well-traveled site, when's the best time to go, or what can't-miss exhibit might be tucked away?

Step beyond the tour bus. Send your hidden D.C. tips to klilley@militarytimes.com. They could appear in an upcoming article.
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