Tips for National Museum of Crime & Punishment

575 7th Street, NW Washington DC 20007
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118 National Museum of Crime & Punishment Tips

Parking at the garage that the museum recommends will cost $20
They do not provide wheelchairs
Amariani
11 events
2 reviews
9 stars
We were able to park on 7th street a way's up from the museum at 4$/2 hr parking
Amariani
11 events
2 reviews
9 stars
I would steer clear of black-tie formal otherwise any dress is appropriate
Joanne Aaronson
30 events
12 reviews
18 stars
Ashika down the street was quite nice.
Joanne Aaronson
30 events
12 reviews
18 stars
The parking across the street is quite expensive at $21
Joanne Aaronson
30 events
12 reviews
18 stars
Any way you wish, but we did business casual since it was Valentine's Day
obnc
obnc
8 events
6 reviews
3 stars
Parking is expensive. Take the metro
CSI Experience
obnc
obnc
8 events
6 reviews
3 stars
We ate at Clyde's in Chinatown. Best happy hour in the area
CSI Experience
obnc
obnc
8 events
6 reviews
3 stars
We ate at Clyde's in Chinatown. Best happy hour around for the raw bar
CSI Experience
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obnc
8 events
6 reviews
3 stars
If you want to see the modern CSI stuff strat at the end and work your way back
CSI Experience
Culture Bearer
14 events
13 reviews
4 stars
Metro all the way.
LINDA
19 events
2 reviews
3 stars
Cuba Libre right down the street - awesome Mojitos!
Janis Moss Light
4 events
1 review
3 stars
We ate at Zaytinya before (great mezze) and had mojitos at Cuba Libre after. Great day
Janis Moss Light
4 events
1 review
3 stars
We ate at Za
Janis Moss Light
4 events
1 review
3 stars
They don't have a coat check, so be prepared to carry your outerwear
CaraJoy
2 events
2 reviews
2 stars
It's easiest to take the metro to Chinatown - only a couple of blocks walk!
Breezy Perlman
5 events
5 reviews
6 stars
We ate at the mexican restaurant across the street. excellent. i think it was called mexicana rosa.
Goldstar Member
1 events
1 review
0 stars
The metro is less than a block away.
Celeste Patel
4 events
4 reviews
8 stars
Take a camera

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