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Clyde's At Mark Center

in Sports

a vivid celebration of sporting life on the water.” Opened in 1998 in the West End of historic Alexandria, Virginia, Clyde’s at Mark Center is a vivid celebration of sporting life on the water. Thirty-five years after Clyde’s opened in Georgetown, this property showcases our evolution from restaurants to full-scale atmospheres. A fan of all things water, our founder John Laytham and his posse of devil-may-care designers squeezed five habitats into Mark Center’s three dining rooms and two bars.

1700 N. Beauregard St.
Washington, District Of Columbia 22311
United States

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Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

in Historic, Historic, Sightseeing

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial is situated on a four-acre site along the National Mall's Tidal Basin, adjacent to the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial and shares a direct line of sight between the Lincoln and Jefferson memorials. Its official address is 1964 Independence Avenue SW, in honor of the Civl Rights Act of 1964. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was one of the most prominent leaders of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s.

1964 Independence Ave SW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20024
United States

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National Air and Space Museum

in Museum, Museum, Museum

Launch into the history of flight by surrounding yourself with icons of air and space travel. The flagship building on the National Mall in Washington, D.C, contains twenty-three galleries exhibiting hundreds of aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, rockets, and other flight-related artifacts. The museum has a planetarium and an IMAX theater for out-of-this-world escapes.

600 Independence Ave SW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20560
United States

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Lincoln Memorial

in Historic

Abraham Lincoln was assassinated on April 14, 1865, just as the Civil War was ending. By March of 1867, Congress incorporated the Lincoln Monument Association to build a memorial to the slain 16th president. Learn about the main features of the Lincoln Memorial, including the statue of Lincoln, murals, and inscriptions. Discover how and why it was constructed, the landscape and views that surround it, and the monumental efforts taken over the years to preserve and maintain this iconic site.

2 Lincoln Memorial Cir NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20037
United States

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National Postal Museum

in Museum, Museum, Museum, Museum

Experience the amazing history of the United States Postal System with your whole family. The Smithsonian Institution’s National Postal Museum welcomes you into the world of the mail and stamp collecting, and lets you experience how letters travel, who delivers them, and how the postal system has touched the lives of so many people all over the world.

2 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington, District Of Columbia 20002
United States

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International Spy Museum

in Museum

It is the only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage and the only one in the world to provide a global perspective on an all-but-invisible profession that has shaped history and continues to have a significant impact on world events. The Spy Museum features the largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display. Many of these objects are being seen by the public for the first time.

800 F St NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20004
United States

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The Brewmaster's Castle

in Museum, Historic, Heritage

Built in the 1890s by European beer brewer Christian Heurich, the gothic edifice was made to be the brewer’s grand palace. Heurich came to the states in 1866, but had been brewing beer since childhood, learning the art from his father. When he arrived in the U.S., Heurich threw himself into building a beer brewing empire. He created a massive fireproof brewery, where the Kennedy Center stands today, that could pump out over 500,000 barrels a year, becoming the second largest employer in D.C.

1307 New Hampshire Ave NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20036
United States

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Crime Museum

in Museum

One of the best museums in Washington DC (a local favorite), the museum’s mission is to provide guests of all ages with memorable insight into our nation’s history of crime and its consequences, law enforcement, forensic science, and crime scene investigation through a captivating, interactive, entertaining, and educational experience.

575 7th St NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20004
United States

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Smithsonian Institution

in Historic, Museum, Museum, Historic, Museum, Historic, Museum

When you visit the Smithsonian, you’re entering the world’s largest museum, education, and research complex, with approximately 154 million artifacts and specimens in its trust for the American people. We are dedicated to public education; national service; and scholarship in art, design, science, technology, history, and culture. Most of our museums are located in the Washington, DC, area with two in New York City. Many of our research centers also host visitors.

600 Maryland Avenue SW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20002
United States

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United States Botanic Garden

in Botanical Gardens

The U.S. Botanic Garden is a museum with a difference - our artifacts are the living treasures of the world. As a living plant museum, our collections, including plants, their leaves, flowers fruits and labels should not be removed or disturbed. We invite you to return again and again, to watch us grow and see our ever-changing exhibits. Admission to the U.S. Botanic Garden is free. The Conservatory and National Garden are open every day of the year from 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM.

100 Maryland Ave SW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20001
United States

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