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National Postal Museum
The Smithsonian-run Postal Museum is way cooler than you might think. Level 1 has exhibits on postal history from the Pony Express to...
Bike & Roll – Union Station
Rent a bike to explore the city; the rental price includes a lock and safety equipment. The shop is on the western side of Union...
DC's main rail and bus hub, a 1907 beaux arts beauty designed by Daniel Burnham, is an eye popper. The Grand Concourse is patterned...
Kelly’s Irish Times
Kelly’s implores: ‘Give me your tired, your hungry, your befuddled masses,’ and the masses respond. Fans of the on-tap Guinness and the...
Located in Union Station's lower-level food court, Bold Bite is a purveyor of local specialty the half-smoke (basically a bigger,...
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Fans of Morning Edition and All Things Considered can see where the magic happens at National Public Radio's eco-friendly headquarters. Hour-long tours peek into the newsroom and a high-tech production studio. The guides – usually former employees – entertain with insider stories. Reservations required. The onsite shop sells nifty gifts such as the Nina Totin' bag (named for longtime reporter Nina Totenberg).