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National Museum of Crime & Punishment


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575 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20004

 (202) 393-1099

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"There is the National Museum of Crime & Punishment and the Newseum back in DC."  See More

"Prioritize your 2-3 favorites, including the Smithsonians, so you won't miss out, and go early if you are interested in those that require tickets (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, National Museum of Crime & Punishment, International Spy Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art)."  See More

"My daughter just chimed in that she loves the National Museum of Crime & Punishment and that her least favorite thing in DC is the US Capitol Building tour (which is "drawn out and boring") according to her."  See More

"Totally depends on what you like to do. For museums, I second The Phillips Collection which is in the embassy row area near Dupont Circle. It's a cool area anyway with a lot of great eateries. I like BGR the Burger Joint, but there's lots to choose from. Go to Georgetown. You can see the Old Stone House which is the oldest building in DC (free and takes 5 minutes to tour), shop, eat, and do a chocolate tour. Walk to the Key Bridge and check out the Key Bridge Boathouse (>"  See More

"The National Museum of Crime & Punishment is a lot cooler than I thought."  See More








   
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