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One of the better, little-known D.C. great photo op spots.
When the building opened in 1938, the Library’s shelving capacity tripled to 15 million volumes. Read more
Great benches in front
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Library of Congress Tunnel
Independence Ave SE (Capitol Visitors Center)
"When leaving Madison ... Pedestrians to the LEFT! When leaving Jefferson/Adams ... Pedestrians to the RIGHT! Don't get hit by moving equipment!"
Library Of Congress Cafeteria
101 Independence Ave SE
"The sushi bar here is actually quite good!"
Geography And Map Division, Library Of Congress
614 King St (N Washington St)
"Get ready for the summer with shorts from $12.99 at H&M. From the city streets to the sandy beach, shop summer finds for ladies & men. #SummerStartsNow"
Folger Shakespeare Library
201 E Capitol St SE (at 2nd St SE)
"The small museum has a replica of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, and an Elizabethan garden in the back, and is nice to visit combined with a performance."
Library of Congress
101 Independence Ave SE (btwn 1st & 2nd St SE)
"Check out the graphic arts gallery. Downstairs away from the crowds. Amazing collection."
The Market Lunch
Breakfast · $$
225 7th St SE
"From Washingtonian: crab cake with grits and cheddar eggs, brick sandwich, blueberry buckwheat pancakes"
Coffee Shop · $
237 Pennsylvania Ave SE
"Hidden upstairs seating area is perfect for getting work done. Quiet as a church."
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