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Ford's Theatre

in Musical, Play

In our museum, you can view exhibits that follow Abraham Lincoln from the beginning of his presidency to the moments leading up to his assassination. Learn about his life in the White House, the struggles he faced during the Civil War, and his meetings with abolitionist Frederick Douglass. You will also learn about actor John Wilkes Booth, the roots of his hatred toward Lincoln, and the group of people who joined his conspiracy to dismantle the United States government.

511 10th 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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Reston Town Center

in Gifts, Cocktail Lounge, All

Reston Town Center combines elements of the ideal downtown: the vitality of an Italian piazza and the diversity of a French boulevard. Easy-to-access stores make shopping a year-round pleasure. You’ll discover famous names and specialty shops lining the brick streets.This acclaimed outdoor venue offers more than 50 retail shops, 30 restaurants, a multiscreen cinema, and the Hyatt Regency Reston Hotel.

11900 Market Street
Reston, Virginia 20190
United States

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Woolly Mammoth Theatre

in Musical, Play

Your coolest, artsiest friends have probably been to the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company a bunch of times since its founding in 1980, but it's not too late to jump on the bandwagon. The Company's mission focuses on promoting edgy, challenging plays in order to engage the DC community. The small size of the theater allows every theatergoer to get a clear, unobstructed view of the stage, leading to an intimate, enhtralling communal experience.

641 D St NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20004
United States

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