4 mentions in Best of the Smithsonian?
peggy r. said, "...your own and it's a hot spot for young professionals. The Museum of Natural History is fascinating as well as the National Museum of American History. Look these up and see what interests you in both and go to those specific exhibits. My favorite..." See More
Tiffany W. said, "...they also have an amazing dinosaur exhibit, so check out their website ahead of time and see what you'll enjoy best. National Museum of American History- Don't miss the Star Spangled Exhibit on the first floor. It has the actual flag that flew over..." See More
Carly W. said, "...in each one. There is a newer National Museum Of The American Indian that has many levels and interactive exhibits. The National Museum of American History has different exhibits you can pick and choose from. While there, we stumbled upon the Albert Einstein Memorial -..." See More
Georgia G. said, "...what you are interested in. even if you are strolling through, I wouldn't count on seeing more than 2 a day. National Museum of American History has the most variety, from First Lady gowns to Dorothy's slippers, to Julia Child's kitchen to the history of..." See More
2 mentions in How many days do I need to visit Washington DC?
Tiffany W. said, "...stop in 3-4 on the National Mall and get a taste of what they have. Don't miss the flag exhibit at National Museum of American History- it's right in front when you enter, will only take you 20-30 minutes to see and is amazing..." See More
Lincoln M. said, "...to visit the top early, along with the many other memorials and monuments in the area are must-sees. Also, visit the National Museum of American History (free), shop and eat in Georgetown (Washington DC) (great walking neighborhood), and visit the Newseum. I suggest downloading UBER..." See More
1 mention in Road Trip from Gatlinburg - Hyde Park
Janelle K. said, "...Some kid/teen friendly sites are the Smithsonian museums: National Air and Space Museum at Dulles Airport, Museum of Natural History and National Museum of American History in downtown DC. If it's still baseball season, Nationals Park is one of the better ballparks to see a..." See More
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1 mention in Looking for things to do in DC?
Tiffany W. said, "...for details). http://www.wmata.com/rail/maps/map.cfm Your son may enjoy the National Air and Space Museum or the American Museum of Natural History. The National Museum of American History has some really interesting exhibits too. You can check out their website (http://www.si.edu/Museums) and see what special exhibits they..." See More
1 mention in Fun free things to do in D.C.?
Tiffany W. said, "...and other documents.Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden - A hidden gem if you love sculpture. They get some really interesting collections. National Museum of American History- This is where you'll see the flag that flew over Ft. McHenry during the War of 1812 and..." See More
1 mention in How to make the most of three days in DC
1 mention in Getting from Union Station to National Mall?
Liz B. said, "...that is directly on the National Mall (which features the Lincoln National Memorial, Washington Monument, Museum of Natural History, and the National Museum of American History ). Additionally, this route can take you towards the Fdr Memorial, Washington and MLK Memorial. The other Metro exit..." See More
1 mention in Best attractions & cheap food in DC?
Nicole G. said, "...National Museum of African Art, the Freer Gallery of Art, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the National Portrait Gallery, the National Museum of American History and many more. In addition, there is the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, which is hands down the most..." See More
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