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National Museum of African American History and Culture

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1400 Constitution Ave NW, Washington DC, DC 20560-0007
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Reviewed yesterday

A place dedicated to explaining the horrors, the triumphs, the legacy, and the ongoing struggle of African-Americans. It is a lot to cover and a lot to ask of a single museum. But this does it, somehow, as even the architecture and exhibit design supports...More

Thank KatieElizabeth13
Reviewed yesterday

We visited this new museum in Spring 2018. Many people want to visit this new museum, so the line and wait is long. Visitors follow a line through the museum from the top floor to the bottom floor, and the line was extremely slow. While...More

Thank jackmgibbons
Reviewed yesterday

I cannot believe this museum is so popular that you have make reservations. We walked up at 11:30 AM and would have had to stand in line until 1:00 to get in. No other museums had anything other than a security line. Ridiculous.

Thank Gary W
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

One of the most amazing places I’ve ever seen in DC if you love history you should visit this amazing place just way informative

Thank Rna A
Reviewed yesterday

The rich cultural history of the museum is excellent! the quality of the exhibits and the sheer amount of thought that is put into them is amazing. I recommend starting from the bottom level of the museum and going to the top. The museum restaurant...More

Thank mrcoop365
Reviewed yesterday

It's fascinated . The National Museum of African American History and Culture is a Smithsonian Institution museum established in December 2003.. You've learn and amazed . It's also a beautiful museum.. If the weather was bad then perfect to stay at this.

Thank Annabelle C
Reviewed 2 days ago

Great place to see and learn about the American American History. This was one the places to visit in my to do list and i had a good time going through the history.

Thank alvinabrent
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I visited the African American museum of history and culture, and it was a moving and educational experience. The exhibits are riveting. A must see attraction in Washington DC. It's challenging to see the entire museum in one day, so I recommend allowing 2 days...More

Thank Leesette H
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I loved this museum. There are multiple floors (8 total) packed with stories, artifacts and exhibits taking you on a journey through time that depicts historical events in African American lives. Every American (and others) should visit this museum. We cannot repeat history! The information...More

Thank LizDarla
Reviewed 2 days ago

This museum is worth more that a days visit to take in every thing. First you have to get tickets and theres no admission without them . Yes they are free but some days you can just turn up and get in line and they...More

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Logan B
September 24, 2018|
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Hello, Our group entrance is located on Madison Drive NW. If you do not have passes for your trip please check our website. Group passes are currently suspended.
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September 11, 2018|
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I always get great Groupon deals for hotels near DC. I have stayed in Arlington, VA and Rockville, MD for less than 100 a night. Hotels are typically between 3 and 4 stars. Most hotels have shuttles to and from DC metro... More
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bkhawl
September 9, 2018|
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Response from tikidream | Reviewed this property |
there's an embassy suites in Chevy Chase. Great location on the DC/MD line on the Red line of the metro, stop Friendship Heights. The neighborhood is safe, good shopping, restaurants and a whole foods.
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