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900 Ohio Dr SW
Washington, DC 20024

 (202) 485-9880

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"Washington DC is worth a stop, no matter what you do there, museums or the National Mall, Capitol or White House."  See More

"Everything on the National Mall is free."  See More

"Be aware that the National Mall is much longer to walk than it seems, especially with younger kids."  See More

"The National Mall has many museums and land marks which are all free."  See More

"The National Mall is a great place to start."  See More

"The walk to the National Mall is about a mile, not far, but if that is too much for you, use the Dupont Circle Metro Station You could always walk to the Mall in the morning and metro it back at night when you are tired, just don't get on the Metro during rush hour!"  See More

"If you go down to the National Mall you will cover most of the museums, but you really need more time to get a good mix."  See More

"From there you should walk along the National Mall and stop in any museums that interest you."  See More

"You could take the Metro directly to the center of the National Mall as well as to so many other areas in the city."  See More

"Washington Marriott Georgetown seems to be a good option, under 2 miles from the National Mall area."  See More

"The National Mall is where you'll probably spend most of your time, surrounded by museums and monuments."  See More

"From here you'd loop back along the Tidal Basin towards the National Mall."  See More

"It is close to the National Mall (with the Smithsonian museums) as well as the Capitol itself."  See More

"Of course you already know about The Smithsonian and all the things along the National Mall."  See More

"FREE MUSEUMS: The first 12 are all along the National Mall."  See More

"Many of these are located along the National Mall."  See More

"You have quite a few options depending on your interests. First, Union Station is a beautiful place in and of itself full of shops and restaurants, so you'd rather spend your time playing in DC than finding a restaurant, then you can easily grab quick food either before or after your 6 hour stop. The National Postal Museum is right next door to Union Station, so that's really easy. You can enjoy the station, shop, eat, and spend some leisurely time there."  See More

"You can cross the road and be right on the National Mall."  See More

"I like to stay between the Adams Morgan neighborhood and the National Mall so you can walk or have a short cab ride to all the museums and monuments as well as all the bars and restaurants you would need."  See More

"While you could easily spend an entire day in just ONE Smithsonian museum, if you're short on time, you can stop in 3-4 on the National Mall and get a taste of what they have."  See More

"be sure to take some time to walk the National Mall depending on how much time you give you can see ww2, vietnam, lincoln, washington, capitol building if you go from one end to the other - its a great walk on a pretty day."  See More

"Really just getting to the National Mall gets you to all of the awesome museums and monuments!"  See More

"If you're looking for a more educational experience you can always go down to the National Mall (holds the National monument--the Pencil) and all aligned the Mall are National museums and art galleries."  See More

"The National Mall and all of its museums are a must."  See More

"Union Station is basically at the "top" of the National Mall."  See More

"The National Mall is a great place to take a picnic or just stroll through, there's always people out there meeting up, playing frisbee or just enjoying the sun."  See More

"Some of the best museums in the city are on the National Mall but are not as well known."  See More

"Take the metro red line to the National Mall and see all of the Smithsonian museums for free."  See More

"There are two exits at the Smithsonian stop-- one 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)."  See More

"Get on the metro at Union Station and ride it to a stop near the National Mall."  See More

"National Mall, so it's just a few blocks walk to that end and a nice walk though it."  See More

"National Mall and Capitol Building areas, there is nothing to eat outside of overpriced museum food and food truck junk food."  See More

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