Construction crews put the finishing touches on the Capital Wheel at National Harbor on Tuesday in Oxon Hill, Md. With a massive new Ferris wheel overlooking the nation’s capital, a children’s museum, a village of restaurants and hotels and a major casino resort on the horizon, National Harbor in Maryland has quickly become a travel alternative to the marble monuments and museums of nearby Washington.
Construction crews put the finishing touches on the Capital Wheel at National Harbor on Tuesday in Oxon Hill, Md. With a massive new Ferris wheel overlooking the nation’s capital, a children’s museum, a village of restaurants and hotels and a major casino resort on the horizon, National Harbor in Maryland has quickly become a travel alternative to the marble monuments and museums of nearby Washington. AP
Construction crews put the finishing touches on the Capital Wheel at National Harbor on Tuesday in Oxon Hill, Md. With a massive new Ferris wheel overlooking the nation’s capital, a children’s museum, a village of restaurants and hotels and a major casino resort on the horizon, National Harbor in Maryland has quickly become a travel alternative to the marble monuments and museums of nearby Washington. AP

Ferris wheel made by Wichita’s Chance Rides is latest attraction at Maryland’s National Harbor

May 22, 2014 10:33 AM

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