My Brother's Place

237 2nd Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
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    0.24 mi

    Capitol Reflecting Pool

    0.24 mi from My Brother's Place
    2 reviews

    The reflecting pool sits behind the Capitol Building, separating it from the National Mall. It's a great spot to get photos of the Capitol Building at night. For those looking for long exposures, there are plenty of sturdy pedestals and such around on which to prop your camera.

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    0.01 mi

    Hamilton's Bar & Grill

    0.01 mi from My Brother's Place
    1 review
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  • 3
    0.91 mi

    Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

    0.91 mi from My Brother's Place
    134 reviews

    I don't think it is possible to complete this museum in one day. If you're like me and you like to read all the little fine print on every exhibit, you'll be here for days. The amount of knowledge stored in this place is immense!

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    0.34 mi

    U.S. Capitol Building

    0.34 mi from My Brother's Place
    143 reviews

    At the Visitors Center, catch a few short films about Congress, visit the Exhibition Hall with an audio tour on your cell phone, and sign up for a tour of the Capitol building. If you request visitors passes from the offices of a Representative or Senator, it's fascinating to watch debate in the House or Senate chambers.

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    0.53 mi

    Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

    0.53 mi from My Brother's Place
    79 reviews

    This fascinating museum has an incredible collection, with enough here to keep you busy all day.

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    0.53 mi

    National Air and Space Museum

    0.53 mi from My Brother's Place
    68 reviews

    This is museum that talks about the history of both air and space with not much aircraft on display, but has reserved that for the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia. There are some disability parking spaces available. Access to site is accessible.

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  • 7
    0.38 mi

    National Gallery of Art

    0.38 mi from My Brother's Place
    48 reviews

    Always one of my favorite museums in D.C. It's a great collection to explore, whether by tour or just wandering around. Van Gogh is my favorite artist and his works are always being marveled by many people when I go. Monet, the only da Vinci in the Americas, Dali, Pollock, and Rothko are some of my other favorites here! Could ...

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    0.6 mi

    Library of Congress

    0.6 mi from My Brother's Place
    49 reviews

    Beautiful architecture. The inside decoration of the Library of Congress is amazing. It is DC's oldest cultural institution and its collection spans 4 buildings. Just don't plan on visiting on Sunday because it is closed.

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    0.9 mi

    National Museum of American History

    0.9 mi from My Brother's Place
    47 reviews

    Take a look at the world of evolution throughout the history of all different centuries of Neanderthals and human beings that created our knowledge of the world.

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  • 10
    0.59 mi

    International Spy Museum

    0.59 mi from My Brother's Place
    54 reviews

    This has got to be one of the most awesome museums I have ever been to. Full of spy gadgets and devices from all eras and organizations, it is absolutely fascinating. Their interactive displays are fun and the exhibits are very entertaining. Great for kids and adults alike. Note: there is no photography allowed and the entry fee is rather ...

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    0.31 mi from My Brother's Place
    40 reviews

    The Newseum has so much potential, but I didn't feel like it quite has figured out how to capture that potential. The building itself is beautiful and if you want the best view/photo of you with the US Capitol behind you - go up to the Newseum balcony and you'll get your DC glamor shot.

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  • 12
    0.74 mi

    Smithsonian Institution Building

    0.74 mi from My Brother's Place
    39 reviews

    This is main building and Visitor Center for the Smithsonian. Their very little disability parking in this area of the building. You can also get information about what is happening and event that are occurring.

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    0.77 mi

    Capitol Hill

    0.77 mi from My Brother's Place
    33 reviews

    Tours are available, but the building is grand even from a distance. Visiting such an important location is a great experience for all ages.

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  • 14
    0.71 mi

    Ford's Theatre

    0.71 mi from My Brother's Place
    32 reviews

    This is one the National Park units. This where John Wilkes Booth shot President Lincoln and across the street is where he died. Both historical sites have an elevator now so it is now accessible. No disability parking in the area. You will need about 2 hours to view everything.

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    0.51 mi

    The National Archives

    0.51 mi from My Brother's Place
    29 reviews

    After you make the obligatory stop to see the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, head downstairs to the Public Vaults. Kids like the exhibition's interactive displays and audio and video recordings.

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    0.39 mi

    National Museum of the American Indian

    0.39 mi from My Brother's Place
    29 reviews

    OK, this is not my favorite museum. Best to go when they are having a special demonstration. But I do like the food! While they have your standard cafeteria fare, they also feature foods eaten by native peoples of this Hemisphere. Get your children to try the fry bread!

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  • 17
    0.36 mi

    U.S. Botanic Garden

    0.36 mi from My Brother's Place
    25 reviews

    A great place for a little quiet time, the USBG has some 60,000 plants for exhibition, conservation and institutional exchange.

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    0.59 mi

    National Portrait Gallery

    0.59 mi from My Brother's Place
    21 reviews

    Very beautiful and free. This Smithsonian landmark is not in located near most of the other museums, but rather occupies a prominent street corner near DC's Chinatown, now one of the city's liveliest entertainment districts. If you're in the area and just looking for a place to decompress, read or get a little work done, I highly recommend the central ...

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  • 19
    0.54 mi

    National Gallery Sculpture Garden and Ice Rink

    0.54 mi from My Brother's Place
    15 reviews

    The Sculpture Garden is a fun and fast outdoor walk with some pretty cool and contemporary sculptures. There's a 2D house that, depending on your perspective, faces opposite directions, a giant spider like assemblage and an enormous eraser brush.

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    0.77 mi

    Pavilion at the Old Post Office

    0.77 mi from My Brother's Place
    13 reviews

    Great views n and great spot for pictures. However, I visited when I was young and thought that the stairs were the most memorable aspect!

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