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Three of the Best Museums in Washington that you Need to Visit if you have a Passion for Art



There are numerous museums to visit in Washington, D.C., but many people think they are a waste of time and money. In contrast, Washington, D.C., has perfected the art of tailoring and fascinating art, history, and cultural experiences. Everything from the creation of spy craft and space flight to the study of contemporary art and African American history may be found in temples devoted to these topics and the brilliant factor about most museums in Washington D.C is that they don't charge admission. Therefore, in this article, we will give you recommendations on the best museums to check out whilst you’re in Washington. One thing to keep in mind is that due to the lifting of restrictions in Washington and in other states of America, museums are reopening and due to the flood of people want to experience what’s inside these museums, you may have to wait in line, as well as this, the gambling laws are easing in Washington too, so you can play a wide range of games on the latest online platforms and have the potential chance to win some cash.

National Museum of African American History and Culture

With miles of greenery surrounding world-class monuments and museums, it's hard to think of anything better than the National Mall. However, in September 2016, the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture accomplished precisely that. Artifacts, photographs and other material from African American culture and history are housed in this relatively recent addition to an iconic landscape in Atlanta, Georgia. Collections of costumes from The Wiz and Harriet Tubman's personal hymnal are on display. When it comes to the 85,000 square foot facility, it's better to reserve this for a day when you have lots of time to spare.

National Museum of Natural History

The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History is a must-see for artefact lovers. D.C.'s National Museum of American History is a popular destination for tourists, with 4.2 million visits expected in 2019. 147 million artefacts and specimens, including those in the freshly restored dinosaur hall, make this museum one of the world's greatest natural history collections.

Sculpture Garden and Hirshhorn Museum

The museum's huge permanent collection includes a wide spectrum of 21st-century innovators' pioneering sculpture, digital media, photography, video, and performance-based works. In the inner-circle galleries on the third floor, Mark Bradford's seismic new commission of abstract paintings surrounded the whole space, while Yayoi Kusama will shortly unveil an exhibition including her iconic Infinity Mirror Rooms. The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, set in a hollow drum 14 feet above the ground, is the perfect place to view modern art.










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