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Anacostia Community Museum
Documents and preserves communities’ memories, struggles, and successes, and offers a platform where diverse voices and cultures can be heard.
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
The Sackler Gallery and the Freer Gallery of Art together form the National Museum of Asian Art in the United States.
Freer Gallery of Art
Antique ceramic arts from Asia, plus unique prints, scarves, bags, and Eastern Music.
Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden
Contemporary and Modern Art Museum with particular emphasis on art made during the last 50 years.
National Air and Space Museum
Home to the world's largest collection of air and spacecraft, as well as flight simulators, a planetarium, Imax movies and much much more.
National Museum of African American History and Culture
From telling the stories of slavery to celebrating the Civil Rights Movement, and accomplishments of African Americans in politics, music, art, sports, and other segments of American life.
National Museum of African Art
This museum's collections include 9,000 works of traditional and contemporary African art from both Sub-Saharan and North Africa, 300,000 photographs, and 50,000 library volumes.
National Museum of Natural History
Tells the history of the planet and are a record of human interaction with the environment and one another. Has 145 million items in more than 1.5 million sq ft of exhibitions.
National Museum of the American Indian
This museum is full of 12,000 years of history of 1200 indigenous cultures.
National Portrait Gallery
Truly a portrait of America that seizes and interprets the Nation's visage throughout the ages.
National Postal Museum
This museum about mail service is in a Historic City Post Office and features interactive displays, rotating stamp collections, and wartime letters.
Set on 163 acres in Northwest DC, the zoo us home to about 1500 animals of 300 species.
Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum
American craft and decorative arts from the 19th to 21st century.
The Smithsonian Institution Building is a great place to start exploring Washington DC.