With its rotating exhibits, the National Archives always has something new to show people. The building of course also houses some of the Nation's most important documents, the Decleration of Independance, and the Bill of Rights. There can be very long lines in the summer, so get there early and get in early. I worked nearby and would be able to walk in during lunch with no line and nobody there in the rotunda, but I doubt many people can do that. This is an important stop to see a real piece of American history, the actual documents which made this country what it is today.
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