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National Museum of American History


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1400 Constitution Ave NW
Washington, DC 20560

 (202) 633-1000

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"There is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints which is a landmark as you drive around the Beltway, but it is closing in March to be renovated and scheduled to re-open in 2020. I think the visitor's center may still be open ."  See More

"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."  See More

"National Museum of American History and air & space museum Plan 2-4 hour in each."  See More

"The National Museum of American History would be a good stop, too."  See More

"While Nars mentioned the Museum of Natural History and the Air and Space Museum, there's many other fantastic museums there including the Arthur M Sackler Gallery, the National Museum Of The American Indian, the 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."  See More

"The National Museum of American History has different exhibits you can pick and choose from."  See More

"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 transportation."  See More

"The Museum of Natural History is fascinating as well as the National Museum of American History."  See More

"National Museum of American History - Don't miss the Star Spangled Exhibit on the first floor."  See More

"National Museum of American History - This is where you'll see the flag that flew over Ft."  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

"Instead of that, try the National Gallery of Art, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam War Veteran's Memorial and Korean War Veterans Memorial and National Museum of American History are must to see attractions there."  See More

"Also, visit the National Museum of American History (free), shop and eat in Georgetown (Washington DC) (great walking neighborhood), and visit the Newseum."  See More

"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 with the original flag that flew over Ft."  See More

"We also love the Presidential exhibit and the 1st ladies dresses at the National Museum of American History ."  See More

"National Museum of American History -- two of the best!"  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








   
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