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Science Museum
“It's FREE! The Air and Space on the Mall is one of the best museums in the world! Some of the most important airplanes and rockets in history are located here and the movies and educational opportunities are among the best anywhere. It is almost always crowded so it is smart to hit it early before the crowds get there as the day progresses. ”
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Zoo
“Smithsonian’s National Zoo is hosting a Dino Summer of prehistoric proportions. The DinoRoars installation, which opens Saturday and runs through Aug. 31, features animatronic dinosaurs positioned throughout the Zoo, from a baby stegosaurus to a fully grown tyrannosaurus rex. Take your own safari to see these jaw-dropping creatures move and roar. See below for the corresponding theater show at the Zoo.”
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Science Museum
“It's Free to enter and very family friendly. Easy to navigate and easy to understand displays. Everything is accessible by ramp so very stroller and wheelchair friendly as well. They also bring in experts sometimes to speak at different exhibits. A true must see. And a nice break from the weather! Cafe was awesome.”
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공연 장소
“This is a fantastic, high-end theater that offers a lot of high-quality shows, both paid for and free. ”
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프랑스 레스토랑
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“Best French restaurant in city. Gorgeous place, great food, wine, bar, etc. Get a reservation though or be prepared to wait.”
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Baseball Stadium
“Grab a ticket and enjoy a baseball game! this area is also great for food and drinks and a nearby park has Trapeze and waterfront sights to enjoy ...”
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미술관
“Take the Metro to Judiciary Square (12 minutes) to visit the National Gallery of Art. Great views of downtown DC and the Mall from the new tower of the East Wing.”
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미술관
“The National Portrait Gallery honors the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment with this highly anticipated exhibit. You’ll learn about the radical women that fought slavery, the women activists of the late 1800s, the “New Woman” of the 20th century and the relentless suffragists of the 1910s through a series of portraits, cultural artifacts and biographies. The exhibit will also examine the struggles that minority women still face today, 100 years after the 19th Amendment passed. Find even more ways to celebrate the achievements of women in DC.”
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공연 장소
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“The 9:30 Club is a nightclub and concert venue in Washington, D.C. In 2018 the 9:30 Club was named one of the 10 best live music venues in America by Rolling Stone Magazine.”
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History Museum
“These are America’s museums, so there is no charge to visit them! All Smithsonian museums have interactive components and unparalleled collections of artifacts. The hard part is choosing which ones to visit. Visitors often flock to the National Air and Space Museum for its journeys into space and the National Museum of American History for its in-depth look at our nation’s past. Also, be sure to check out the recently renovated Freer | Sackler Galleries, which are dedicated to Asian art.”
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History Museum
“ I picked one, but there are 19 Smithsonian museums in total. They're free and amazing.”
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카페
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“We love venturing out of our 'hood sometimes and this is one of our favorite spots!”
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Basketball Stadium
“You want to see the Capitals play hockey or the Wizards play basketball, or you want to check out a special event or concert.”
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이탈리아 레스토랑
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“For a great upscale meal with fresh and local ingredients, try Red Hen. Seating available at the bar if you're dining alone as well.”
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미국식 레스토랑
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“Great breakfast joint with full bar and brunch options. The owners of this spot also own restaurants in Adams Morgan (The Diner & Tryst). Great for the whole fam.”
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모던 아메리칸 음식점
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“A unique food experience located across from the Marine Corps base 8th and I. Slightly expensive, but a journey through food!”
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