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Washington, D.C. is the capital city of the United States of America. "D.C." is an abbreviation for the District of Columbia, the federal district coextensive with the city of Washington. The city is named after George Washington, military leader of the American Revolution and the first President of the United States.

Interesting places to visit in Washington DC would include Dupont Circle, Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens, The National Zoo, Great Falls Park, Old Town Alexandria, Georgetown, Penn Quarter, National Museum of Natural History, National Air & Space Museum, Washington Monument, Six Flags America, The White House, Arlington National Cemetery, Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, and the Lincoln Memorial.


Other City Webcams

Site Name Description
Washington D.C. Cam Webcam view of Washington, DC. This camera offers a sweeping tour of the country's capital, with stops at some of the most iconic landmarks and memorials.
Smithsonian Live Cam Live webcam from the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building.
Washington Monument Cam Live cam of the Washington Monument in Washington D.C.
Top of Monument Live Cam Explore America's capital from over 500 feet in the air with this live cam embedded in the top of the Washington Monument.
Happy Paws Live Cam Webcams from the Happy Paws. Happy Paws is the number one name in dog care for all of the greater Washington DC area.
Wild Watch Cams Watch wild animals such as Bats, Bald Eagle and Seals in their habitat.
U.S. Captiol Live Cam Live webcam view of the U.S Capitol building.
Washington DC Traffic Web Cams Live traffic cams based in Washington DC from District Department of Transportation.
DC Cam A web cam in the Washington D.C. Area displayng a live image of the Washington Monument and Mall.
Studio Cams Live webcams from the studio of Fox-5 TV in Washington D.C.
Washington Post Web Cam A webcam view of Washington from the newsroom in Arlington, Virginia.
Smithsonian Castle Cam Live cam of the Smithsonian Castle Cam in Washington D.C.
Construction Camera Live webcam of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Live Cam Experience spectacular views of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial. Dedicated on October 16th, 2011, the "Stone of Hope" stands 30 feet tall and looks over the nation's capital.
National Harbor Capital Wheel Live Cam The Capital Wheel soars 175 feet above the Potomac River waterfront at National Harbor in Washington D.C.
Walker Jones R H Terrell EC Live Cam from Walker Jones R H Terrell EC in Washington D.C.
Maury Elementary School Live Cam from Maury Elementary School in Washington D.C.
Washington Nationals Park Cam Live webcam from the Washington Nationals Ball Park.
Burroughs Education Center Live Cam from Burroughs Education Center in Washington D.C.
WTOP Radio Live Cam Live webcam from the WTOP Radio.
Army Navy Country Club Webcam Live webcam from the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, VA.
Washington-Lee High School Live Cam Live cam from Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, VA.
Lowell School Webcam Live Cam from Lowell School in Washington D.C.
WUSA Roof Camera Webcam from the roof of WUSA-TV 9 in Washington D.C.
Tysons Corner Camera Webcam from Tysons Corner from WUSA-TV 9 in Washington D.C.
D.C. Tower Cam Washington D.C Towe Cam from WUSA-TV 9.
RoofCam Washington DC WJLA Roofcam
BeeCam The People's Garden Apiary located on the roof of the Jamie L. Whitten Building at USDA Headquarters in Washington, DC is home to approximately 40,000 Italian honey bees. You can #USDABeeWatch any day of the week by tuning into our live bee cam.
Orangutan Cam The Zoo is home to six orangutans, four females and two males. They have access to the Great Ape House and Think Tank, a place to think about thinking. Native to tropical rainforests, orangutans are Asia's largest primates and the world's largest tree-dwelling animals.
Lion Cub Cam Watching lions: The Zoo is home to male and female lions. Tigers are lions' closest relatives. Without their coats, lion and tiger bodies are so similar that only experts can tell them apart.
Fishing Cats Live Cam Two fishing cats live on Asia Trail. These short-tailed cats are about twice the size of the average housecat. They attract fish by lighting tapping the water's surface with a paw, mimicking insect movements. Then, they dive into the water to catch the fish.
Clouded Leopards Live Cam Two clouded leopards live on Asia Trail. You may see them leaping from limb to limb and napping on sturdy branches. Relative to body size, clouded leopards' long canines are the largest of all living cats'.
Asian Small-Clawed Otter Live Cam A family of eleven otters, two parents and two sets of offspring, live on Asia Trail. Small-clawed otters, the smallest of the world's 13 otter species, live in family groups and play often.
Elephant Cam Watch the National Zoo's Elephants located in Washington D.C.
PandaCam Watch the National Zoo's Panda Bears located in Washington DC
Amazonia Cam Live webcam of Amazonia located at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington D.C.
RatCam Live Naked Mole-Rats webcam located at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington D.C.
OrangutanCam Live webcam of the Orangutan Exhibit located at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington D.C..