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
Oliver L. • June 10, 2016The architecture, views of DC from within, space design all combine to make this a pleasant and peaceful yet commanding environment.
Camilla H. • May 8, 2016This was probably one of the best museums I've visited. It is for all ages and the admission is free! I can recommend going here especially if you are into planes, like me :)
Rodrigo V. • December 8, 2014This museum is very well maintained and clean. There's a visitor services desk for guests needing directions and a guide map. My favorite part was the area that covers human origins
Jessica m. • April 15, 2010The dale collection exhibit is great. Try to go on a weekday so the crowds are less crazy. Also if you live in dc it's easy to forget to appreciate FREE museums. Don't! When you leave & find $20+ admi
Oscar F. • March 11, 2016Great place to start cafe and wifi available here. Clean restrooms and maps of all sorts to start your adventure. There's people to help answer questions and also gift shops.
Sarah K. • March 2, 2013Can't complain about the food! Nice selection of international cuisine (and more "American" things). Great for a brunch or lunch in a nice space, thought it could very well be loud when busy.
Mark B. • June 29, 2015Less crowded of Smithsonians, but loaded with great American artists and sculptors. From 1600s to present day. Includes modern works of pop culture art that are eclectic. Great museum!
Theodore K. • January 25, 2013Of all the exhibits, don't leave without checking out the East Building, which houses the modern collection. Great art around every corner. And the architecture itself is worth multiple Instagrams.
Sofia C. • December 31, 2015Don't overlook this museum! The Japanese Rinpa screens, Chinese bronzes, Islamic ceramics and Indian statuettes are breathtaking. You can come for The Peacock Room but the Asian art is well worth it.
Laura R. • September 16, 2011GREAT tour! Guide was amazing and full of knowledge about Lincoln, the cottage and the scope of the Civil War as it unfolded during his residency here at the cottage.
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