I was there on a Friday in May, and the place was overrun with school kids on field trips. Im not sure how busy it gets on the weekends.
In general, though, it's a very beautiful building and worth a visit. It's where George Washington resigned as Commander in Chief. The entire building is surrounding by a circle of red-brick streets. Great old-town feel.
When you climb up the steps to the front door, there is a nice view from the entrance. Upon entering, a security person who obviously would rather be somewhere else will tell you to put all your items on the conveyer belt. She then will hand you a sticker with a number on it, and give you no explanations whatsoever as to what it's for. It's probably to assign you to one of the tour guides, but since there were so many children around, I decided to just wander around by myself.
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