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National Children’s Museum

Designated by Congress in 2003 as America’s only national museum focused on children, the National Children’s Museum (NCM) offers sections and activities that ...  Read more

National Gallery of Art

Affiliated with but not a part of the Smithsonian, the National Gallery needs two buildings (connected by an underground tunnel) to house its stunning ...  Read more

National Geographic Museum

Largely geared toward children but still enjoyable for adults, this small museum at National Geographic’s headquarters offers a handful of rotating exhibits ...  Read more

National Museum of Crime & Punishment

Opened in 2008, this three-floor, 25,000 square-foot building is dedicated to law, order and life gone horribly wrong.  Home to the studios for the TV show ...  Read more

National Museum of the American Indian

One of the newest branches of the Smithsonian, this 2004 museum is dedicated to the history, arts and culture of Native Americans throughout the Western ...  Read more

National Museum of Women in the Arts

The nation’s only museum dedicated to female artists, since 1981 the NMWA has featured a permanent collection of 4,500 artworks made by more than 1,000 ...  Read more

National Portrait Gallery

One half of the Smithsonian’s Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture (along with the adjacent American Art Museum), the National Portrait ...  Read more

Nationals Park

Home to the local baseball team, the Washington Nationals (and its bald eagle mascot, Screech), this LEED-certified stadium can seat over 41,ooo fans. The ...  Read more

National World War II Memorial

Part of the National Mall and National Park Service, this memorial to American citizens who served in World War II lies at the eastern end of the Lincoln ...  Read more

National Zoological Park

Part of the Smithsonian, the 163-acre National Zoo (as it’s most often called) is home to 2,000 individual animals of 400 species. Most famous for its Giant ...  Read more

Newseum

Straight off the wire and into the museum, the Newseum makes today’s front-page news part of its exhibits. More than 700 daily newspapers from around the ...  Read more

Octagon Museum

One of the first homes ever built in the Nation’s Capital, the historic Federal-style Octagon House was designed in 1799 by William Thornton (initial architect ...  Read more

Old Post Office Pavilion

Designed by American architect Willoughby Edbrooke, this enormous Romanesque Revival building was the largest office building in D.C. when it opened in 1899. ...  Read more

Old Town Alexandria

Approximately 15 minutes south of downtown Washington, the 18th-century Old Town – the local nickname for the historic center of Alexandria -- hugs the western ...  Read more

Penn Quarter

Centered along F Street from 5th to 10th Streets NW, and set North of Pennsylvania Avenue and south of Mount Vernon Square, between the White House and the ...  Read more

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