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Nights to Next Level:
Spanning an area from 3rd to 14th Streets between Constitution Avenue and Independence Avenue, The Smithsonian boasts 19 museums, nine research centers and a zoo. The variety of museums and exhibits ensures that everybody will find something that fits their interests. The museum collection consists of African American History and Culture Museum, Air and Space Museum, American History Museum, American Indian Museum, Natural history Museum, National Zoo and more. The institute also offers a variety of dining options that are typically open in conjunction with the museum hours. From food carts to quaint cafés, kiosks and food courts, visitors can find whatever fits their tastes. The diversity of museums and exhibits make this collection of history perfect for those who want to learn more about the American experience while they stay in the nation's capital.
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Visit over 2,000 animals of 400 different species at their home just blocks from our front door.
Enjoy daily breakfast and a tour of our capital's historic monuments with complimentary Old Towne Trolley Tour tickets.
The interactive museum explains the tenets of the First Amendment and chronicles the evolution of media.