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National Postal Museum

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2 Massachusetts Avenue Northeast , Washington DC
From stagecoach to Model T, learn about the techniques and technologies the U.S. Postal Service has employed to deliver mail over the years. Exhibits at National...

International Spy Museum

800 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...

Union Station

50 Massachusetts Avenue NE , Washington DC, 20002
Union Station has plenty of shopping & restaurants for the locals & tourists of Washington DC.

Ford's Theatre

511 Tenth St, NW , Washington DC, 20004
Ford's Theatre's mission is to celebrate the legacy of Abraham Lincoln and to explore the American experience through theatre and education. The Ford's...

The National Zoo

3001 Connecticut Ave., NW , Washington DC, 20008
One of the most kid-friendly places to visit in Washington, DC is the National Zoo where you can see more than 400 different species of animals. The National...

La Maison Francaise

4101 Reservoir Road, NW Embassy of France, Washington DC, 20007
An elegant performing arts and cultural center awaits you within the eight-acre landscaped grounds of the Embassy of France. Completed in 1984, La Maison...

HEURICH HOUSE FOUNDATION

1307 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, NW , WASHINGTON DC, 20036
Built in 1892-1894 of poured concrete and reinforced steel by German immigrant, local brewer and philanthropist, Christian Heurich (HI-rick), it is also...

United States Capitol

100 Constitution Avenue Northeast , Washington DC, 20002
To visit areas of the Capitol beyond the Capitol Visitor Center, you must make a reservation in advance. Note that tour schedules can fill up quickly,...

Folger Shakespeare Library

201 East Capitol Street Southeast , Washington DC, 20003
Rare books, paintings and other memorabilia, such as musical instruments, costumes and films, make this a most unique collection. A reproduction of an Elizabethan...

Senate And House Office Buildings

Independence Avenue and Constitution Avenue , Washington DC, 20515
Visitors are welcome in the polished halls of these vast office buildings But, it may be easier to see your representatives on the House or Senate floor...

Sewall Belmont House

144 Constitution Avenue Northeast , Washington DC, 20002
The oldest house on Capitol Hill, with parts dating back to 1680, Sewall-Belmont House has a fascinating history. Sections of the Louisiana Purchase were...

Newseum

555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. , Washington DC, 20001
The Newseum — a 250,000-square-foot museum of news — offers visitors an experience that blends five centuries of news history with up-to-the-second...

National Building Museum

401 F Street NW , Washington DC, 20001
When most people think of a museum, they are likely to think of the things exhibited there—paintings, Moon rocks, totem poles, or other objects of artistic,...

National Museum Women In Arts

1250 New York Ave Nw , Washington DC, 20005
The National Museum of Women in the Arts provides spectacular, well-equipped space for many types of events. There are diverse venues housed in the museum's...

National Museum of Crime and Punishment

575 7th St. NW , Washington DC, 20004
From medieval knights and greed-driven pirates to today's white collar criminals, discover the cast of characters in America's history of crime. Test...

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