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Things to do in Washington, D.C.

  • Muléh

    Founded by Christopher Reiter following a four-year stay in Asia, Muléh is a unique lifestyle store blending home furnishings and fashion. The home... More
  • Nana, Washington, D.C.

    Opened in 2003, Nana is a locally minded women’s clothing boutique that showcases independent American designers, many of whom use sustainable, org... More
  • National Air and Space Museum

    The world's most-visited museum is heavenly for adults and a must for kids. A seemingly endless assemblage of artifacts from the history of flight—... More
  • National Archives

    Pieces of paper, no matter how famous, aren’t quite as fun to look at as other sights in the neighborhood. Still, seeing the original Declaration o... More
  • National Cathedral

    Designated a national house of prayer by Congress, this neogothic Episcopal cathedral is the sixth largest church in the world. Construction began ... More
  • National Gallery of Art

    The two architecturally opposed buildings that make up this museum jointly contain one of the world’s most extraordinary art collections. The domed... More
  • National Geographic Expeditions

  • National Museum of African Art

    The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art is dedicated to displaying, preserving, and educating the public about African art. Located in a m... More
  • National Museum of the American Indian

    Opened in 2004, the National Museum of the American Indian, part of the Smithsonian Institute, is located on the National Mall just across from the... More
  • National Portrait Gallery

    The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery traces the history of America through visual and performing arts that pay tribute to great American ico... More
  • National Zoo

    A 163-acre reserve carved out of Rock Creek Park, the Smithsonian's zoological arm is a long-standing family favorite, where creatures from aardvar... More
  • Nevin Kelly Gallery

    Half of the artists represented by Nevin Kelly Gallery live in Poland, the rest are in D.C.: a delightful hybrid of old-world skillfulness and new-... More
  • Newseum

    Dedicated to the history of news and the media, the Newseum is a 250,000-square-foot museum that strives to foster understanding between the media ... More
  • Nusta Spa

    Nusta Spa is the first LEED-certified spa in the nation and boasts "green" interiors. Demonstrating its strong environmental commitment, the 5,000-... More

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