We were at the national cemetery and cemetery hill, and ended up at the door of the hall of presidents, so we went in. The Hall of Presidents is a series of rooms with wax dummies of the presidents, and tape recordings of each president telling you a little bit about the times and his presidency. It's actually kind of a neat quick overview of American history. But at the same time, it's pretty hokey. There's maybe 8 presidents in each room, and at the end of the recording, a voice tells you to go to the next room. The last person to enter the room has to hit the button on the wall to start the recording in this room.
The benefits of visiting this place is that you get to sit and relax in the air conditioning (or heat, if you're visiting in winter). But if you're expecting some incredibly historical experience here, you're not going to find it.
The Hall of First Ladies is a room with wax dummies of all the first ladies, in miniature form. They're all dressed in beautiful little dresses, and some of the dummies look really nice and some others look kind of weird. Again, don't expect too much here.
The admission price wasn't too high, so if you wanna check it out, go for it.