Emelinda E. Cabrera

No. 3 Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.

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Annual
Visitors:
6,800,000

A large collection of dinosaur fossils, the
infamous Hope Diamond, and some 126 million items in the collection have made
this the most-visited natural history museum in the world. And the museum
continues to make improvements. The Sant Ocean Hall debuted in 2008 with the world’s
largest marine collection, and the David H. Koch Hall of Human Origins opened
in 2010 to celebrate the museum’s 100th anniversary on the National
Mall. mnh.si.edu

Source:
Smithsonian Institution

World's Most-Visited Museums

No. 3 Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.

Annual
Visitors:
6,800,000

A large collection of dinosaur fossils, the
infamous Hope Diamond, and some 126 million items in the collection have made
this the most-visited natural history museum in the world. And the museum
continues to make improvements. The Sant Ocean Hall debuted in 2008 with the world’s
largest marine collection, and the David H. Koch Hall of Human Origins opened
in 2010 to celebrate the museum’s 100th anniversary on the National
Mall. mnh.si.edu

Source:
Smithsonian Institution

Emelinda E. Cabrera

World's Most-Visited Museums

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