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Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour of Washington DC: Monuments, Landmarks and Memorials
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555 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington DC, DC 20001-2114
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DC At Dusk Night Tour
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DC At Dusk Night Tour
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See Washington DC lit up at night on this guided bus tour. Drive by and stop at some of the city’s top memorials and attractions, including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Marine Corps War Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial, which are usually less crowded after dark. With transportation and navigation taken care of, all you have to do is sit back, relax, and sightsee.
$58.00 per adult
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If you stop at every exhibit, you'll never finish in a day. Also, it might be wise to go later in the day. Place was packed with school kids, who were not being supervised. However, the content is amazing! I'm very, very glad I was able to make it here during this visit.
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Great architecture, but bad museum design. In radio, dead air is not good; in print, to much white space is not good; here there was too much space wasted. When I saw the previous version in Virginia, I was astounded. As a former journalist, war correspondent and crusading
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Ok the First Amendment is on the side of the building in stone. Staff are very friendly. There's a viewing platform which gives you a good view of the Capitol Building down Pennsylvania Avenue. The museum covers issues relating to freedom of speech and their publications in
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I have been to many museums in the US and abroad but this is probably the best I have ever visited. It is also doing an important educational service around the first amendment and importance and evolution of a free press. Heard it was closing after my visit and could not
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Always been o e of my favorite museums but by going more hi-tech, it seems less personable. Before it had a ton of mementos, exhibits, etc., but now it's all video based.
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