National Postal Museum
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The National Postal Museum, located opposite Union Station in Washington, D.C., United States, was established through joint agreement between the United States Postal Service and the Smithsonian Institution and opened in 1993.
Right next door to Union Station - which is also worth seeing - the Postal Museum illustrates our interesting US history thru the lens of the Postal Service.
This Smithsonian museum is a little off the beaten path. It is right off the Union Station metro.
Lesser known Smithsonian museum with interesting exhibits for all ages; very family friendly. Located next to Union Station.
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“4th St. & Independence Ave. SW Washington, DC 20024 National Mall One of the more recent permanent additions to the National Mall, the National Museum of the American Indian expresses the diversity of culture, language, history, tradition and futures of indigenous peoples of North and South America, from the Arctic Circle to the tip of Patagonia. The museum hosts engaging public programming year-round, but one of the most exciting times to visit is during Native American Heritage Month in November. When you find yourself getting hungry, head to Mitsitam Native Foods Cafe (which translates to “Let’s eat!” in the language of Delaware and Piscataway Natives) for Native American-inspired fare, like its famous fry bread and corn totopos. The restaurant is highly regarded and is frequently busy. ”
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