WASHINGTON DC

MUSEUMS FOR THE CURIOUS MIND

Whether you're interested in art, espionage, history, science, the Armed Forces, or natural history, there's a Washington, DC, museum to satisfy your curiosity.

MUSEUMS IN WASHINGTON, DC

International Spy Museum 

From code-breaking and spy agencies to secret-stealing inventions, the International Spy Museum is a fun and exciting place to visit with your family. 

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum 

Dedicated in 1993, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is "a living memorial to the Holocaust."

Smithsonian Institution 

Did you know that there are twenty-one museums under the Smithsonian Institution umbrella? The Washington, DC, museums are free and open to the public. 

During your visit, you'll walk the streets of villages, enjoy films, listen to Bible readings, and experience the narrative of the Bible in a highly engaging way.

Museum of the Bible 

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