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International Spy Museum800 F Street, NW , Washington DC, 20004
Learn about the authentic tradecraft that has been used throughout time and around the world. Hear spies, in their own words, describe the challenges and...
Lincoln Theatre1215 U Street Northwest , Washington DC, 20009
A historic theatre in DC, originally opened in 1922 and serving the African American community when segregation kept them from other theaters. Closing...
Bohemian Caverns2001 11th Street , Washington DC, 20001
Known as the Soul Home For Jazz in Washington, DC. Originally opened as Club Caverns in 1926, renamed to Crystal Caverns in the 1950's and finally being...
Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC, 20037
The Lincoln Memorial honors the 16th President, Abraham Lincoln. The Greek Doric temple portrays a large sculpture of Lincoln.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum100 Raoul Wallenberg Pl, SW , Washington DC, 20024
A living memorial to the Holocaust, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, promote human...