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East Building Auditorium - National Gallery Of Art
"A hidden gem in the Nation's Capital."
Small French Paintings Exhibit
National Gallery of Art - East Building (4th Street & Constitution Avenue NW)
National Gallery of Art - West Building
Constitution Ave NW (at Madison Dr NW)
"The 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"
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
700 Independence Ave SW (at 7th St SW)
"Breathtaking, this place has so much to offer! The exhibitions are perfectly put together. Admission is always free!!"
National Portrait Gallery
800 F St NW (at 8th St. NW)
"Probably 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."
National Gallery of Art
6th St and Constitution Ave NW (at Constitution Ave NW)
"Of 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."
National Air and Space Museum
600 Independence Ave SW (at 6th St SW)
"This 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 :)"
National Mall (btwn Constitution Ave & Independence Ave)
"One of the best places in DC for a stroll, bike ride, or to attend an event! Be sure to check whether theres anything going on before planning your walk . Great to visit during cherry blossom time"
Explore Our Nation's Capitol
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Music Arts & Culture
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Washington, DC Guide
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