I was hoping that there would be more to this building than what I found inside. Outside it was a gorgeous old building and I was looking forward to going inside to explore some more. Sadly, when I got in there, it seemed to be nothing but souvenir shops, all the same, one right after the other, and the same stock they sell in the souvenir trucks on the street near the White House. The 'food court' was also tacky, with not a great deal of quality or range. I couldn't get out of there fast enough, so didn't bother with the tour, because it just didn't bode well. I've heard it is now closed for renovations, and I hope they renovate with more historical perspective and, if it is just going to be a shopping mall, then it at least has some different options of a slightly higher quality.