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1400 Constitution Ave NW (at National Museum of American History)
"You're standing in front of some very popular shoes - don't forget to take a pic!"
"The way the flag is laid out is a little awkward. Looking at it from an angle helps to avoid any glare. Also, watch your step around the exhibit. Almost tripped over some small children."
FOOD: Transforming the American Table 1950–2000
1400 Constitution Ave NW (in the National Museum of American History)
"This exhibit has the entire kitchen (walls, cabinetry, appliances and all) from Julia Childs' home."
S.O.M.E. (So Others Might Eat)
71 O St NW (btw N Capitol St & 1st St NW)
"Great place to volunteer! Such friendly and warm people!"
Cafeteria · $$
Dirksen Senate Office Building
"Exercise caution in buying meals that are sold by the ounce. There are often breakfast and lunch specials with flat rates. That being said, I strongly recommend the salad bar."
Dirksen Senate Office Building South Cafeteria Buffet
First and C Streets, NE (Constitution Ave)
"Save room for the bread pudding, because it is amazing."
National Museum of American History
1400 Constitution Ave NW (at 14th St NW)
"Such an amazing place to learn about the history of the United States. The dresses of former First Ladies is by far beautiful!"
National Museum of Natural History
1000 Constitution Ave NW (at 10th St NW)
"Hands down one of my favorite museums where hours would be lost. Definitely check out the ocean hall if you are limited in time and the Hope Diamond by Harry Winston!"
100 Lenfant Plz SW (btwn Constitution Ave NW & Independence Ave SW)
"Nice, you can go up to the top but you have to go really early, try the shared bikes service!!"
Trip To Washington DC
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