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Reston Virginia
30 Apr 2008 2:04 PM
DC neighborhood to visit?
28 Apr 2008 2:08 PM
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
10th Street and Constitution Ave
5 of 5 stars
Posted 1 Jan 2013
I have been to this museum about 12 times because I'm from the area and have been here since I was a...
Smithsonian American Art Museum
8th and F Streets, NW
4 of 5 stars
Posted 17 Dec 2012
Some works in the museum were more interesting to me than others because of my personal taste in art...
Renwick Gallery
17th Street and Pennsylvania Ave. NW
4 of 5 stars
Posted 12 Nov 2012
Nice gallery of American crafts. You can walk in front of the White House and just stroll on in aft...
Renwick Gallery
17th Street and Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Posted 12 Nov 2012
Renwick Gallery
17th Street and Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Posted 12 Nov 2012
Hillwood Museum & Gardens
4155 Linnean Avenue, NW
5 of 5 stars
Posted 29 Jul 2012
Beautiful place to be but do not touch is the word with young children, except for the gardens. Thi...
Old Post Office Pavilion
1100 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W.
4 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2012
Good for a side trip from spending time on the mall. coming here you need to go up in the tower, it...
National Building Museum
401 F Street NW
4 of 5 stars
Posted 29 Feb 2012
There is an play room on the first floor that is a lot of fun for young children as well as a founta...
Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
1411 W Street, S.E.
5 of 5 stars
Posted 17 Feb 2012
In the visiter center, don't miss out on watching the 17 minute movie that the park ranger turns on ...
Dumbarton Oaks
1703 32nd Street NW
5 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Dec 2011
There is the museum and gardens. The museum was small but very nice and the gardens were very, very...