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We visited the DC area for the holidays and were lucky enough to miss all but the first few days of the government shutdown. This allowed us to visit a few of the museums on our list. This was, to us, by far the better...More
This museum really is a must in Lisbon. Very interesting collection of azulejos, fantastic colours, great setting! The top floor offers incredible views of Lisbon before the earthquake. Well worth a visit!
As most buildings along Constitution Avenue and around the National Mall, this building is grand and impressive, its content wide-ranging and fascinating. Similarly, you can spend a few hours or a few days, depending on your interest.
Having grown up with European history, the American...More
I had been here 4 years ago and looked at the First Ladies exhibit and the Transportation exhibit. This time I went though some of the newer exhibits. Be prepared for crowds and being told to leave exactly at 5 pm.
It is amazing how large this museum is! They have a bit of something for everyone. We enjoyed walking through each gallery. We started at the top of the museum and worked our way down through the exhibits.
There is SO much to see at this museum. We had 2 hours before closing time and it certainly wasn't enough. It would be ideal to come several times (it's free) and only focus on one area at a time. The museum is unusual as...More