Lots of cool National Geo stuff to see. Take your time and make the most of the opportunity. Great cafe inside.
About National Geographic Society's Explorer Hall
11 - 20 of 44 reviews
I went to the exhibition with my granddaughter. We both really liked it. It was laid out by epoch and you could really get a sense of the changes that occurred over time. It is the best Greek. Exhibition that I have seen outside of...More
Being interested in what National Geo does, the visit to the Hall was almost overwhelming. Seeing the sponsored expeditions was an enlightening trip through the lens of the explorers. I would recommend a visit to anyone, including kids, on their trip to DC. The staff...More
SO much fun and such history. You will want to take your time and take plenty of pictures.Always an interesting time.
Outstanding photography of birds, reptiles, mammals, amphibians, larger than life, displayed in a very engaging manner, in many cases interactive. Our two year old was enthralled by the moving images of the animals, particularly the one of Nemo, the fish. Part of the display highlights...More
I honestly think that the National Geographic museum and this expolorer's hall are really not worth a detour. It is really just a few photos and you'd hope for great content from Nat Geo but really you'll be disappointed.
Our family of five just finished a cruise to the Arctic on the Nat Geo Linblad Explorer. It was one of the best trips ever. We saw whales, seals, walruses, birds and most importantly polar bears. We even had one come to the side of...More