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National Geographic Museum
1145 17th Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
202-857-7700
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3 events
1 review
2 stars
I traveled to the museum by metro- train getting off at Farogot North exit. I was able to take a short walk from the museum to the White House to see the Chrismas display.
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Eli
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National Geographic Museum: Photo Ark and Crocs
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"Titanic: 100-Year Obsession" & "Samurai: The Warrior Transformed"
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54 events
43 reviews
17 stars
attended May 11 2012

Both the 'Samurai' and 'Titanic' exhibits at the National Geographic Museum are fantastic and worth visiting. The former creates a serene atmosphere with gentle Japanese music in the background while you look at various samurai outfits, rare...continued

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31 events
18 reviews
33 stars
attended May 09 2012

I honestly didn't expect to enjoy the Samurai exhibit as much I did. The Titanic exhibit is awesome and a must see. I toured these exhibits during a week day, which may have added to my having enjoyed them so much.

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SallyAnn Cobia Rogers
50 events
16 reviews
2 stars
attended May 01 2012

It was interesting and both exhibits had lots of information. I liked seeing the swords and armor in the Samuri exhibit. I was disappointed that there were no actual artifacts in the Titanic exhibit. Everything was props from the movie. This...

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 Please note: Goldstar is offering a 2-pack of tickets, which admits 2 people.

About the Ticket Supplier: National Geographic Live!

The National Geographic Society was created in Washington, D.C., in January 1888 for “the increase and diffusion of geographic knowledge.” The Society mirrors the world and all that is in it through incisive magazines, maps, books, films and interactive media.

Enjoy a wide variety of changing exhibitions that reflect the richness and diversity of our world at the National Geographic Museum. The Museum’s exhibitions and the scientific fieldwork and expeditions on which they are based are supported by National Geographic’s Mission Programs, which receives generous funding by corporations, foundations, and individuals.