I was in DC for a week to check out the museums and monuments. The Ford's Theater was one of the high-points of the trip. The theater was restored, so it is not the original; however the exterior was as it was and the interior is an exact replica (to within an inch or so according to staff). The National Park's interpreter was fantastic and was a wealth of knowledge. The museum downstairs had Booth's gun used in the assassination along with Lincoln's clothing. Fascinating. This is a popular attraction and there is supposed to be no charge; however I would highly recommend going on Ticketmaster and paying the $3/ticket to get advanced entry passes.
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