Washington, DC is Full of Museums 

Fun-Filled Museums in Washington, DC

Museums are some of the top-rated fun destinations in Washington. If you are planning a trip here and looking for the perfect museums, consider the following spots. Learn more here.

The Holocaust Museum

This museum is a sad tribute to the victims of the Holocaust, including a detailed historical account of Naziism and the horrifying events that occurred during the Holocaust. You’ll never walk through this museum without crying – it’s a big but essential piece of history that the museum does a great job of portraying and educating. Learn more about Washington, DC is a Dining Paradise.

The Newseum

The Newseum is my absolute favorite museum in DC. There are all kinds of exhibits about journalism, reporting, and current events in the United States across time. Some of my favorite long-standing exhibits in the museum include the Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs hall and the FBI exhibit. There are also temporary/rotating exhibits throughout the museum that change every few months based on current events.

The International Spy Museum

The International Spy Museum is all about espionage. If you spend enough time here, you’ll learn everything (at least, everything that’s not a state secret) about how spies do their work: cover identities, covert communications, influence campaigns, counterintelligence, and much more. And you’ll learn how spies’ tradecraft has changed over the years.