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Roadtrip starting in Washington DC to??? with 2 kids

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Hello all,
This summer (around 4th of july), my husband an I and kids (6yo and 3yo) will go to Washington DC (HB need to go first for work) and we want to plan a roadtrip, relax, cultural but above all fun for the kids. Beeing European, we don't know much there, so we are in desperate need of tips, advices, thing's to see, do's and don'ts. HB wants to go by camper, he thinks the kids will love that, advice is welcome as we have never did that before :-)

We are landing and leaving from Washington. Total stay of 14 days (flight days included), would start with a few days Washington DC.

All advice welcome!
Katleen

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