Each of this year’s three themed Newseum Nights events is a chance to get up close and personal with the Newseum’s most popular exhibits while enjoying open beer and wine bars, food, curator-led gallery talks, exclusive activities and much more.
The seat of the U.S. Federal government, Washington D.C. sits on the Potomac River, sandwiched between Maryland and Virginia states. Sites like the U.S. Capitol, White House, Lincoln Memorial, and the Washington Monument put the city among the top-visited places in the United States.
Botanic Gardens: First Street, SW, between Maryland Ave. and C St. Washington, DC. The living plant museum located on the National Mall showcases an impressive state-of-the-art indoor garden with approximately 4,000 seasonal, tropical and subtropical plants. The U.S. Botanic Garden is administered by the Architect of the Capitol and offers special exhibits and educational programs throughout the year.
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