The Hirshhorn Museum is one of the top modern art museums in the United States, and has a collection of more than 12,000 pieces. The museum opened in ...On January 27, 2014 / By Josiah Keller
Since Construction of the majestic US Supreme Court Building was completed in 1935, it has been home to the highest court in the land, and is a place ...On November 5, 2013 / By Josiah Keller
Mount Vernon, George Washington’s famous home and plantation, is just 16 miles south of Washington DC. The most important items are of course the tour of the mansion, ...On November 5, 2013 / By Josiah Keller
The International Spy Museum, which opened in 2002, is the only one of its kind in the entire world. It is devoted to telling how espionage & spies ...On November 5, 2013 / By Josiah Keller
The National Building Museum, in Washington DC, documents the fascinating history of architecture in the United States. There are a range of exhibits, which change often. In just ...On November 5, 2013 / By Josiah Keller
The National Museum of the American Indian is one of the largest and most diverse collections of its kind anywhere in the world. The museum is dedicated to ...On November 5, 2013 / By Josiah Keller
If you find aeronautics and space exploration even the slightest bit interesting, the Smithsonian National Air And Space Museum is an experience you won’t want to miss! The ...On November 4, 2013 / By Josiah Keller
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