You’ve seen the magazine and television shows with dramatic images and stories from around the world, but you can step into the world of National Geographic at it’s Washington, D.C., museum. Located just blocks from the White House, the museum highlights the work of the National Geographic explorers, scientists and photographers through exhibitions that appeal to all ages. Children 5 and under receive free admission, while children 5 to 12 are $7 and adults are $11 (members are $9).
Recent Traveler Reviews
Informative and Exciting!
We went to the “Queens of Egypt” exhibit. The museum itself was really informative and cool. It’s an excellent place to visit for anyone who’s interested in ancient Egypt. Really interesting articles...
by Diego C
We just visited the Egyptian Queens exhibition, where you can immerse yourself in Quen Nefertari's funerary chamber, see the original papyrus with the sentence of the trial to thsoe that took part in...