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Gettysburg Day Trip from Washington DC
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International Spy Museum
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Madame Tussauds Washington DC
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#1 of 105 Museums in Washington DC
I've studied the Holocaust, have advanced degrees in American and Jewish history and have been to many Holocaust museums, including Yad Vashem in Israel.
Most museums in Washington celebrate the beauty of their treasures, the brilliance of their heroes, the great moments in history.
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#2 of 105 Museums in Washington DC
... monuments and memorials, the Cherry Blossom Parade, Holocaust Museum, American History and Natural History Museums, Old Post Office/Trump Clock Tower, and the flight simulator in the Air and Space Museum is th...
For those art, science, history lovers fallow my advice visit Washington DC in the United States and be part of the Smithsonian Museums from natural science, airspace, aviation, maritime, railroad, art of war, fin...
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#3 of 105 Museums in Washington DC
This is without doubt one of the best natural history museums in the world, We enjoyed a whole day here on a recent trip to Washington DC, the elephant in the foyer is amazing.
Throughout the many cities I visit, I always love checking out natural history museums, and I am glad I visited this Smithsonian National History Museum.
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#4 of 105 Museums in Washington DC
One of my favorite museums in the WORLD!! Stunning architecture by IM Pei, amazing film program, wonderful family and childrens art programs, stunning permanent collections and fantastic exhibitions, lovely gift s...
This is one of the finest museums in the world for pictorial art, but the National Gallery of Art also has plenty of sculpture, mobiles, furniture, fountains, etc., for the discerning art connoisseur.
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#5 of 105 Museums in Washington DC
The well maintained mansion and 25 acre landscaped garden is home to treasures like Fabergé Eggs and a beautiful collection of 18th-century French decorative arts, so although it is separate from the museums of DC...
After spending 2 days touring National museums and monuments, it was time to treat ourselves to a visit of Hillwood, the fabled DC area home of Marjorie Merriweather Post.
#6 of 105 Museums in Washington DC
This is one of the most enlightening museums I've ever visited, and it is set up masterfully to walk you through the history of slavery, bringing you up to modern times.
An absolute must-see destination in a city packed with great museums and sights.
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#7 of 105 Museums in Washington DC
This is my favorite museum of all the Smithsonian Museums in DC, with a vast array of portraits, from the famous originals of American Presidents to more current popular culture.
The National Portrait Gallery is great to visit as it is less crowded than other museums on the Mall, but has great art and architecture to see.
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#8 of 105 Museums in Washington DC
My favorite museum in DC! Excellent, informative, and interesting exhibits with a little more "modern" flair unlike some of the traditional museums around DC.
most museums and monuments are obviously free in the area and you may feel like you've seen enough museums & monuments to last a lifetime when touring the area, but this is definitely worth the visit and the entra...
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#9 of 105 Museums in Washington DC
Located in the wonderful Dupont Circle area and away from the crowded press of the museums along the Mall, the Phillips is a house museum in the best sense of the term with an amazing collection of contemporary ar...
If you are tired of large museums and monuments take metro to Dupont Circle and enjoy an intimate visit at The Phillips Collection - you can also have lunch in the cafe or walk over to Teaism.
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#10 of 105 Museums in Washington DC
The museum is beautiful with a thoughtful layout that is easy to navigate (some of the other DC museums can be a tad bit confusing to navigate, and you feel like you miss things).
Attached to the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery, this museum is a gem!! It's like getting two museums for one!
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