Where Should You Go in DC?

As the Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport (ITH) gears up to introduce our new non-stop service to Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), we're giving you a chance to see where you'll have your best time in our nation's capital. Take our quiz to find out where you should go during your next trip down to D.C. Service begins October 4th, 2018, book your flight through United Airlines today!

It's a Sunday evening, where can you probably be found?

Are you more of a morning or night person?

Out of these words, which best describes you?

If you could travel to any of these cities, which one would you choose?

You just had a long and stressful day at work, how are you relaxing?

In your opinion, when's the best time to take a vacation?

Which subject was your favorite in school?

You are on a vacation in the mountains, where can you most likely be found?

Smithsonian Museums

Smithsonian Museums

You got the Smithsonian Museums! Your inquisitiveness combined with your sense of adventure means that you'll turn the world's largest research complex into your personal playground. There are over 11 Smithsonian Museums spread across D.C.'s National Mall so you'll never run out of places, time periods, and subjects to explore! Visit https://www.si.edu/museums to learn more. (Pictured:Smithsonian Museum of Natural History)

The Kennedy Center

The Kennedy Center

A round of applause! You got The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts: D.C.'s premiere venue for plays, musicals, symphonies, ballets, and even operas! At any given time of year you can be sure to find a breathtaking performance filling the halls of the gorgeous Kennedy Center. Our recommendation? Each holiday season's production of The Nutcracker Ballet is stunning. Visit http://www.kennedy-center.org/ for more information. (Pictured: The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts)

Biking Along the Potomac

Biking Along the Potomac

Gear up! You're going biking along D.C.'s Potomac River! With tons of easy and scenic trails, you won't need any training to enjoy this cycling excursion. You'll pass our nation's most famous historical monuments while also being able to enjoy all the city has to offer, pull off to grab a snack or drink, or just take photos of your adventure-filled visit. Many other attractions just outside the heart of D.C are accessible by bike, see for yourself by visiting http://bikewashington.org/routes/all.htm (Pictured: D.C's Potomac River and Washington Monument).

The National Harbor

The National Harbor

Congratulations, you got The National Harbor! This is D.C.'s waterfront hub that's guaranteed to have something for everybody. Aside from it's landmark Capital Ferris Wheel, The National Harbor has indoor and outdoor events year 'round, including movie showings and live music of all genres. Additionally, with a rich dining and hospitality scene, the Harbor's not a bad place to call your home base during your stay. For more information visit https://www.nationalharbor.com/ (Pictured: The National Harbor and Capital Wheel)

Food and Wine Tours

Food and Wine Tours

Save room for dessert: you got D.C.'s food and wine tours! Like most major cities, Washington D.C. has its own vibrant and diverse food scene, and these food and wine tours take the guesswork out of where to eat. In fact, there is such a variety of tours that you can pick yours based on type of food, or even go by the neighborhood in D.C.! For more information be sure to check out: https://www.viator.com/Washington-DC-tours/