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Smithsonian's NMNH

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Museu de Ciências e Museu de História
Northwest Washington, Washington
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  • Rafael S.
    Rafael SantosNovembro 2, 2015
    Fantástico, fantástico, fantástico! Excelente lugar para ir com a família!!!
  • Zé Renato C.
    Zé Renato CellaAgosto 23, 2015
    Passeio interativo.
  • Willian O.
    Willian OliveiraAgosto 4, 2014
    Vale a pena passar aqui.
  • Manoel B.
    Manoel BelemAbril 19, 2010
    Imperdivel...mas leva dois dias...
  • Tonika B.
    Excellent exhibits! This is my first time coming back since they started renovating the exhibit halls and they're better lit than before.
  • Justin T.
    Pro Tip💡Major 🔑 whatever you like. Briefly scan through #Foursquare tips before you enter. Then walk the museum like a boss 👑 (with pink diamonds in your crown🤔)
  • Khrystal K. D.
    Don't miss the hope diamond and other jewels. The kids loved the aquariums and fossil skeletons. We ate in the cafe, and the food was pretty good. There was a large selection.
  • Amber D.
    Amber De WildeJaneiro 14
    a very nice museum with a lot's of interesting facts. It also shows you how you would look like as a homosapien, which is kind of funny
  • Rafa O.
    Rafa OlivaNovembro 15, 2015
    Free museum with a lot of things to see and to do! You have lockers thay cost only U$0,25, live butterfly where you pay only 6 dollars and have an amazing experience.
  • Richard E.
    Richard EfthimSetembro 21, 2015
    Q?rius is the coolest place for teens and adults with Ober 8000 objects toy can take to a table to study like real scientists. Research quality microscopes. Expect to spend an hour here! Worth but it!
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonJulho 29, 2015
    Take in the infamous 45.52-carat Hope Diamond, the largest deep blue diamond in the world. The stunning gem has a long and mysterious past, and is said to be cursed.
  • Aniruddha M.
    Aniruddha MandkeJulho 28, 2015
    One of the most fascinating places ever. Best way to spend an entire day with family or kids. Do look into their suggested routes within museum - it helps make things interesting.
  • Nikki C.
    Nikki CopenhaverJulho 28, 2015
    The geology exhibit was actually one of the coolest attractions. I though it was going to be the section that I was least interested in, but the museum's collection of gems and crystals is amazing!
    Voto a favor 1 semana atrás
  • Alina H.
    Alina HBJulho 14, 2015
    Fantástica en particular el ala de mamíferos y de dinosaurios, vale la pena si estas en DC, muy diferente al de NY, aunque no lo supera, aunque este es mas didáctico, baja la App.
  • Mark B.
    Mark BJunho 26, 2015
    Very popular museum that is free to public. One of the busier museums. Definitely recommend the IMAX movies.Get a Smithsonian Membership: family is $12. Gets you discounts in gift shop and IMAX movies
  • loran j.
    loran jonakAbril 1, 2015
    Lots of good things to see here. I don't think it's quite as good as the one one in NY, but it is maintained better and it's free!
  • Rodrigo V.
    Rodrigo VeraDezembro 8, 2014
    This museum is very well maintained and clean. There's a visitor services desk for guests needing directions and a guide map. My favorite part was the area that covers human origins
    Voto a favor Jun 13
  • Kelly W.
    Kelly WongNovembro 6, 2014
    Hands down one of my favorite museums where hours would be lost. Definitely check out the ocean hall if you are limited in time and the Hope Diamond by Harry Winston!
  • Josh E.
    Josh E.Setembro 30, 2014
    The fossil room with all the dinosaur bones is currently being renovated (as of 9.29.14) so check their website before heading down if that's your main attraction.
  • Robert P.
    Robert PackardAgosto 29, 2014
    A close second on my list of must-visit museums (next to Air and Space). Some of the animal exhibits are so lifelike you'll gasp.
  • Richard E.
    Richard EfthimAgosto 15, 2014
    Great I MAX theater. New Q?rius education space w 1000s of collection objects for hands on closeup study. NOTE! dinosaur hall is closed for renovations til 2017. A few are still on view tho.
  • Bryan
    BryanAgosto 10, 2014
    It's hard to see everything in a day. The dinosaurs are under renovation right now, but there is still lots to see. I liked the minerals and gems, the collection of hominid skulls, and the elephants.
  • AFAR Media
    AFAR MediaAgosto 4, 2014
    The museum offers a tremendous look at both the history and current technology in the field of aerospace and is fascinating regardless of your age or knowledge of physics. Leia mais
  • Don J.
    Don JJunho 1, 2014
    The Fossil Hall at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History is now closed for a long-planned — and, officials say, long-overdue — five-year, $48 million renovation. Reopens 2019.
  • Lily M.
    Lily M.Abril 28, 2014
    The Dinosaur Hall will be closing in the next month or so until 2019. They will reopen with a new T-Rex skeleton. You should visit this exhibit in the Smithsonian NMNH while you still can.
  • Mariah E.
    Mariah EismanMarço 12, 2014
    Down by the entrance from Constitution Ave is the brand new hands on discovery center, Qurious. Open from 2-5 PM, Mon-Fri & Weekends. Lots of hands on activities for students!
    USA TODAYAgosto 12, 2013
    One of the best places in the world to see dinosaurs. It's also the most popular museum in D.C. for families, so get there early to avoid the crowds. Leia mais
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  • Philippe S.
    Philippe SteinierAgosto 6, 2013
    Déçu par ce musée à l'inverse des autres du Smithsonian. Difficile de séparer les pièces authentiques des reproductions. Musée pas très bien organisé, bruyant, bondé mais intéressant pour les enfants
  • Lexi H.
    Lexi HaJulho 26, 2013
    This museum is gorgeous. Although I still think the Natural Museum in NYC is much bigger and has more to see. So I went with bigger expectations as usual.
  • Amanda G.
    Amanda GJulho 25, 2013
    Make sure your toddler uses the restroom before you go to the second floor. There's only one bathroom tucked at the end of the bones exhibit.
  • Maureen G.
    Maureen GJulho 7, 2013
    Butterfly exhibit, they land on the people including this one that stayed on this little boy's foot .the flowers are vert pretty but it is a hot 15 minutes.
  • Alejandro M.
    Alejandro MariscalJulho 1, 2013
    You can never go wrong with this museum! It's filled with the worlds natural artifacts that you see on TV and are actually able to see first hand! They offer a good grip of hands on activities for all
    ThePurplePassport.comJunho 27, 2013
    Don’t miss the outdoor butterfly garden where visitors can interact with these little critters in four distinct habitats. Be sure to bring your camera − this is a great spot for photo opportunities. Leia mais
  • Laura B.
    Laura BrenskelleJunho 27, 2013
    Say hi to those cool people working in the FossiLab! ;) And enjoy the museum! Go soon before the Dino Hall closes in about a year for a long time for renovation.
  • Andreas T.
    Andreas TMaio 7, 2013
    If you to stare at stuffed dead animals or their bones, then you are in the right place. Good educational value (for some stuff), but overall an above-ground-graveyard
  • IWalked Audio Tours
    IWalked Audio ToursOutubro 12, 2012
    Most popular Smithsonian museum with 7.4MM visitors/yr. Inside is 45.5 carat Hope Diamond & 65MM yr old Triceratops named “Hatcher” (for paleontologist who discovered him). Full site history via<LINK> Leia mais
    Voto a favor May 14
  • Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
    After your visit here, see national icons like Star-Spangled Banner, Julia Child's kitchen, and a 1926 Model T Ford at the National Museum of American History next door -- Green Guide Editor
  • The Bozzuto Group
    The Bozzuto GroupAgosto 7, 2012
    Everyone feels a little bit like a kid walking through the Hall of Dinosaurs. Questions? Snag the attention of one of the scientists walking around to chat about the exhibitions.
  • Lisa F.
    Lisa FulmerJulho 18, 2012
    You really need to take your time here. LOTS to see. In the Hall of Human Origins, the MEanderthal exhibit is fun. If the line is too long, download the app. The Smithsonian apps helped LOTS.
    USA TODAYJunho 22, 2012
    For something so lovely, the 45.52-carat jewel of the Smithsonian Institution has a sinister tale. Several owners of the blue diamond have suffered misfortune, including Marie Antoinette. See it here. Leia mais
  • Insider Perks
    Insider PerksFevereiro 24, 2012
    You will never be able to see it all so don't even try. Figure out your top priorities (dinosaurs, diamonds etc.) then head to the atrium and start there. Anything else is a bonus. Leia mais
  • Capital Spice
    Capital SpiceFevereiro 13, 2012
    Head to the 2nd floor for the Butterfly Pavillion. For $6 you can walk through a room filled with hundreds of butterflies. Worth it!
  • Fordcast Tour
    Fordcast TourAgosto 22, 2011
    The world's largest museum and research complex, with 19 museums, 9 research centers and more than 140 affiliate museums around the world. Make sure to bring a camera!
  • Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
    Get an up-close look at stunningly colorful creatures as you stroll among butterflies & exotic plants in the enclosed Butterfly Pavilion. -- Green Guide Editor
  • Michael D.
    Michael DuntzJulho 8, 2011
    For whatever reason, the a/c was not working causing the entire place to be extremely hot and the massive amounts or people doesn't help this issue. Dinos are the highlight (Hope Diamond second.)
  • Shannon
    ShannonMarço 17, 2011
    The gems & minerals section is awesome (the Hope Diamond is currently on display)! Allow yourself at least two hours to explore. You could easily spend a half day wandering around!
  • Jeff M.
    Jeff MeadeFevereiro 10, 2011
    Make sure you check out the whales over head too. I'm pretty sure it says that whales started in the early oceans, then moved to land for a few million years before becoming ocean creatures again!
  • Chevrolet
    ChevroletSetembro 21, 2010
    The N.M.N.H. houses over 500 million specimens of plants, animals, fossils, minerals, rocks, meteorites, and human cultural artifacts; Let us know when you've seen them all.
  • Dora
    DoraJulho 21, 2010
    If your kid goes crazy for the stuffed elephant in the entrance, head straight to the Hall of Mammals for more exotic creatures frozen in time. Powered by
    HISTORYMarço 31, 2010
    The Smithsonian Institution was founded for the "increase and diffusion" of knowledge from a bequest to the United States by the British scientist James Smithson, who had never visited the US himself.
    Voto a favor Jun 4
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