A — 6: as a landmark reminder of wonderful experiences
B — 1: by joining our e-community
C — 4: that was sweeping the country
D — 3: its glamorous past and fun-filled present
E — 7: celebrating the end of the Revolutionary War
F — 5: to learn more about American history
America’s fun place on America’s main street
If any city were considered a part of every citizen in the United States, it would be Washington, DC. To many, the Old Post Office Pavilion serves __as a landmark reminder of wonderful experiences__. If you are in the area, be a part of it all by visiting us — or __by joining our e-community__. Doing so will keep you aware of the latest musical events, great happenings and international dining, to say the least.
Originally built in 1899, the Old Post Office Pavilion embodied the modern spirit __that was sweeping the country__. Today, our architecture and spirit of innovation continues to evolve and thrive. And, thanks to forward-thinking people, you can now stroll through the Old Post Office Pavilion and experience both __its glamorous past and fun-filled present__ with international food, eclectic shopping and musical events. All designed to entertain lunch, mid-day and after work audiences all week long.
A highlight of the Old Post Office Pavilion is its 315-foot Clock Tower. Offering a breath-taking view of the city, National Park Service Rangers give free Clock Tower tours every day! Individuals and large tour groups are all welcome. The Old Post Office Clock Tower also proudly houses the official United States Bells of Congress, a gift from England __celebrating the end of the Revolutionary War__. The Washington Ringing Society sounds the Bells of Congress every Thursday evening and on special occasions.
Visit the Old Post Office Pavilion, right on Pennsylvania Avenue between the White House and the Capitol. It is a great opportunity __to learn more about American history__, this is a landmark not to be missed no matter your age.