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      9.5
      555 Pennsylvania Ave NW (at 6th St NW), Washington
      Museum$$$$
      • JB F.

        JB F. • January 13, 2011One of the best museums I have ever visited. When you purchase a ticket, you have 2 days of visit (which I did). Really worth your money. Students discounts available as well as military , children an

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    • 2.
      9.4
      800 F St NW (at 8th St. NW), Washington
      Art Museum
      • Lenny G.

        Lenny G. • July 22, 2016Probably my favorite museum in DC. What makes this place so fun is that they have famous artists painting other celebrities and historical figures. Always something fun in their special exhibits.

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    • 3.
      9.3
      800 G St. NW (8th and F Streets, NW), Washington
      Art Museum$$$$
      • George Z.

        George Z. • April 4, 2016The tours and the collection of art you could,spend weeks learning about various,artists

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    • 4.
      8.9
      800 F St NW, Washington
      Art Museum
      • THEABAAGENCY

        THEABAAGENCY • February 10, 2010love Sat afternoon here. good for whole family and the cafe is great

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    • 5.
      8.5
      1250 New York Ave NW (at 13th St NW), Washington
      Art Museum
      • Holly K.

        Holly K. • September 20, 2015Wonderful collection, helpful staff and an artistic gem not to be missed.

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    • 6.
      8.4
      401 F St NW (at 5th St. NW), Washington
      Museum
      • Elizabeth

        Elizabeth • June 23, 2015What a gem! Two great spaces for the kids and lots of interesting exhibits for the adults. Each summer they roll out something unique as well.

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    • 7.
      7.9
      800 F St NW (9th St NW), Washington
      Museum
      • Dirty B.

        Dirty B. • August 9, 2014Fantastic museum that's worth the price

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    • 8.
      7.8
      1001 F St NW (at 10th St NW), Washington
      Museum
      • Caroline K.

        Caroline K. • February 17, 2013Always wanted to visit never got a chance but glad i finally did it was alot of fun. Very different from Hollywood and Vegas loved the historical figures and the Presidents' gallery. Must see in DC.

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    • 9.
      7.2
      750 9th St, Washington
      Museum
      • Shermans Travel

        Shermans Travel • August 9, 2012It would take eons to tour it all, so choose a few attractions for kids that are primed for sparking even the littlest travelers’ imaginations. The National Air and Space Museum is a must.

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    • 10.
      8.9
      701 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington
      Landmark
      • Melissa P.

        Melissa P. • October 15, 2012A great place to eat lunch. Lots of people watching, and the fountains make for a very calming and reenergizing lunch break.

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    • 11.
      7.0
      525 E St NW (at 6th St NW), Washington
      Science Museum
      • Shion G.

        Shion G. • February 17, 2015Excellent museum with lots of interactive installations. This is a very good place to learn a bit more about humans, our environment and how we affect it. Interact with everything!

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    • 12.
      7.3
      516 10th St. NW (btw E & F St. NW), Washington
      Landmark
      • Erik C.

        Erik C. • July 28, 2012This was short but informational museum it has Lincoln bed where he died. There was different levels of influential people and they Have Wilkes booth Escape route that u can walk through.

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    • 13.
      6.2
      8th St. NW and F St. NW, Washington
      Art Museum
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    • 14.
      8.1
      400 Block of E St NW (E Street NW between 4th & 5th St NW), Washington
      Landmark
      • Timothy C.

        Timothy C. • May 15, 2013Two name locator books are by state while two are by last name alphabetically. This will help you locate the officer you are looking for a lot quicker.

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    • 15.
      6.0
      801 K St NW, Washington
      History Museum
      • Gary R.

        Gary R. • April 6, 2011Come here when you need a big hand.

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      Washington
      Museum
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      Independence Avenue SW (4th Street, Maryland Avenue, Jefferson Drive SW), Washington
      Museum
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      437 7th St NW, Washington
      History Museum
      • DCist

        DCist • November 21, 2016Most people know the short history of Clara Barton: The Civil War nurse who founded the Red Cross. This museum is the office where Barton and a few others helped an estimated 22,000 families reunite.

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      719 6th St NW, Washington
      History Museum
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      • Anamarie

        Anamarie • December 12, 2012Research, education and lots of Lincoln!

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    • 21.
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      401 F St NW, Washington
      History Museum
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      901 New York Ave NW (at 9th St. NW), Washington
      Art Museum
      • Washington Blade

        Washington Blade • September 16, 2011Two exhibits on display, "The Nature of Joy" featuring pastels by Lou Gagnon & "Off the Square" featuring canvas wall reliefs by Mary H. Lynch. The gallery is open from 11am to 8pm

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      Washington
      Museum
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      Newseum, Washington
      Museum
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      Washington
      Science Museum
      • Lily J.

        Lily J. • July 7, 2016Very interesting. You see gadgets, cars, etc that you might hear about in the movies, but they exist in reality. There is a large James Bond display. There are sections about the history of spying.

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      701 3rd St NW (at G St.), Washington
      History Museum
      • DCist

        DCist • November 21, 2016Today, the Adas Israel congregation is the oldest synagogue structure in Washington and hosts a treasure trove of Jewish historical items specific to the Washington, D.C. area.

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    • 27.
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      750 9th St NW, Washington
      Museum
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    • 28.
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      1 Massachusetts Ave NW (north capitol), Washington
      History Museum
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    • 29.
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      800 F St NW, Washington
      Art Museum
      • Mary R.

        Mary R. • April 7, 2012Great history of video games exhibit.

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      419 7th St NW (7th and D), Washington
      History Museum
      • Nicky S.

        Nicky S. • July 12, 2010The International Order of the Oddfellows is a worldwide fraternity. This building serves as a hub for activity for Oddfellows and Masons including Federal Lodge, No. 1

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