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National Building Museum

National Building Museum

Museu e Patrimônio Histórico
Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington
  • Charla P.
    "Loved the displayed beach (praias) this past summer."(3 dicas)
    CJ N.
    "Great gift shop (loja de presentes) with a very interesting selection of."(3 dicas)
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    "National Mall (shopping centers)"(2 dicas)
    Lamar M.
    "Great place for a Coffee (café) break."(2 dicas)
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  • Rachel L.
    Rachel LAgosto 13
    Great for kids
  • Amy C.
    Amy CummingsJulho 22
    You have to pay to see most of the exhibits, so go when there’s a featured exhibit like the Fun House!
  • Danielle D.
    My favorite museum in DC. Rotating exhibits are well presented, and truly unique. Go in the summer when they bring in a new interactive exhibit that fills their atrium.
  • Jeannette W.
    Jeannette WiltFevereiro 17
    Beautiful setting!
  • Devin B.
    Devin BoyerJaneiro 29
    The exhibits themselves are pretty small, but the building itself is incredible! Definitely hop on a free guided tour to learn the history! Also seems to be a great place for kids
  • Jennifer N.
    Jennifer Newton-BatemanSetembro 8, 2017
    Fabulous building and interesting exhibits related to architecture and construction.
  • Cidomar B.
    Beatifull place to visit, specially with children. Very didatic.
  • Lamar M.
    Lamar McClainMarço 29, 2017
    Great place for a Coffee break.
  • Carla S.
    Carla SpitlerFevereiro 18, 2017
    Esteve aqui mais de 10 vezes!
    Great museum for all ages. Fun interactive exhibits and displays for kids and adults alike. A whole room of pretend play for those 5 and under. Highly recommend!
  • Hannah L.
    Hannah LuddyJaneiro 11, 2017
    Excellent exhibits, particularly the one on wood and the one on dolls loaned from the Victoria and Albert museum. Great for kids-- lots of space and interactive stuff just for them.
    Voto a favor 2 semanas atrás
  • Stephanie
    StephanieAgosto 24, 2016
    The large open space within has recently been activated over the years thru architect led installations. The supporting exhibits have also improved in quality and content. Certainly worth a trip.
    Voto a favor Jul 25
  • ed P.
    ed PoprikJulho 24, 2016
    Love the collection of paper buildings! Brings back memories.
  • Bryan M.
    Bryan MooneyJulho 3, 2016
    Iceberg installation is highway robbery. Avoid.
  • Georgi G.
    Georgi GeorgievAbril 29, 2016
    Amazing building! Exhibitions are on interesting topics, but it's missing some je ne sais quoi. I think it can certainly improve.
  • Charla P.
    Charla PayneDezembro 12, 2015
    Loved the displayed beach this past summer. We had a blast!
  • Craig B.
    Craig BarrittDezembro 8, 2015
    Wonderful structure.
  • Jeremy C.
    Jeremy CNovembro 27, 2015
    Stop by around Thanksgiving to check out 'construction' exhibit 4 free. Building itself is a great, spacious place to chill after doing the National Mall.
  • Allison K.
    Allison KasicOutubro 9, 2015
    The actual museum is eh but each summer they do something awesome like a giant maze, ball pit, or mini golf course in the middle of their main room.
  • Lauren B.
    Lauren BaconSetembro 23, 2015
    Ball pit is wayyyy too expensive and long. Exhibits are nice but scattered
  • Jeff A.
    Jeff AmlinAgosto 31, 2015
    Beach is overcrowded
  • Rebecca W.
    Rebecca WAgosto 13, 2015
    The great hall is incredible. They always have awesome exhibits on building and green energy and such. I highly recommend.
  • Jack F.
    Jack FonsecaJulho 28, 2015
    "The Beach" is the place to be!
  • Vivian K.
    Vivian KongJulho 14, 2015
    For all ages - free admission if you want to just check out the gorgeous space/structure.
  • Mark K.
    Mark KupasrimonkolJulho 14, 2015
    Probably the most underrated museum in DC. Those columns!
  • Yessica P.
    Yessica PalaciosJulho 13, 2015
    The best ball pool for al ages!!!
  • Darius J.
    Darius JokubaitisJunho 23, 2015
  • Elizabeth
    ElizabethJunho 23, 2015
    What a gem! Two great spaces for the kids and lots of interesting exhibits for the adults. Each summer they roll out something unique as well.
  • Pablo R.
    Pablo RamosMaio 11, 2015
    be prepared for a lot of vacant space
  • Danika B.
    Danika BrownMarço 31, 2015
    Take the tour so you can get the scoop on the history of this building. The exhibits are always fascinating, and the gift shop is a great place to get an unusual design-gift.
  • Megan J.
    Megan JantosMarço 22, 2015
    If you are looking for playmates come on weekend or weekdays before lunch
  • Chris R.
    Chris R (thechristophe)Dezembro 30, 2014
    Not free $8, interior hall is though. Terrible use of space, so much potential.
  • Liz C.
    Liz Caselli-MechaelSetembro 2, 2014
    Some exhibits close earlier than the museum- check in advance!
  • Joe H.
    Joe HAgosto 9, 2014
    Cool Place!
  • Oliver G.
    Oliver GriswoldAgosto 9, 2014
    Esteve aqui mais de 5 vezes!
    Kids paradise. And coffee.
  • Ashley B.
    Ashley BrooksAgosto 8, 2014
    The inside is absolutely gorgeous. There were only two exhibits open when we toured the museum so there wasn't much to see...
  • Leia W.
    Leia WelchJulho 11, 2014
    House&home exhibit for free from monday to friday!
  • Bridget G.
    Bridget GriffinJunho 25, 2014
    They were building a maze which once completed will be really neat!
  • Affinia Hotel Collection
    Less than a 10 minute walk from The Liaison, this museum allows you to channel your inner architect, highlighting design, engineering, construction, urban planning, and of course, architecture.
  • Miguel
    MiguelJunho 9, 2014
    Great unknown museum. Also great for kids.
  • Matt W.
    Matt WetzelMaio 30, 2014
    Hidden museum gem in DC. One of most beautiful museum buildings I've been to. There is a small fee, but well worth the admission. In fact, its better than some of the other free Smithsonian museums.
    Voto a favor 3 semanas atrás
  • Joanie O.
    Joanie O'SullivanAbril 5, 2014
    Make sure to check out the gift shop!
  • Andrew M.
    Andrew MMarço 22, 2014
    A few fun rooms for the little ones but that's about it.
  • Dominic O.
    Dominic O'ConnorFevereiro 16, 2014
    I'm biased but the exhibit about Los Angeles is great
  • Chris F.
    Chris FordFevereiro 5, 2014
    Don't use the fountain as a restroom after all you can drink special events, you'd think that wouldn't be a tip and would be common sense, but it isn't
  • Tamara
    TamaraAgosto 10, 2013
    Has the largest columns in the world.
  • Elizabeth
    ElizabethJunho 30, 2013
    Play the indoor architectural mini golf! Just remember, mini golf closes at 3pm on the weekends and 4pm weekdays.
  • Ken
    KenAbril 27, 2013
    The building zone for kids is well worth the $3!
  • Nisa M.
    Nisa MuhammadMarço 20, 2013
    Great place for a meeting. Culture and convenience.
  • Peter H.
    Peter HillFevereiro 17, 2013
    You gotta get some marble columns!
  • Kristin V.
    Kristin VisaggioFevereiro 17, 2013
    You've gotta get yourself some marble columns!
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