Geography Quiz / Museums in Washington, DC

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This massive art museum is the only museum on the Mall that is not operated by the Smithsonian Institution, and the only museum outside of Europe with a painting by Da Vinci
Visitors to this museum will have to look up at most things in this museum, including the Spirit of St Louis and the Wright Brother's Plane.
Home to the Hope Diamond, this is the most visited museum in America
Abraham Lincoln's top hat and the flag that flew over Fort McHenry are among the treasures of this museum, located on the Mall's north side.
Sharing a building with the National Portrait Gallery, the building that houses this museum hosted Lincoln's inagurational ball.
Not recommended for children under 12, Elie Wiesel gave a speech at this museum's opening in 1993.
Opened in 2016, this museum was once part of the National Museum of American History and was dedicated by Barack Obama
With some of the most advanced preservation technology in the world, this museum is home to the original copies of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
Exhibits at this museum, which has a New York City branch, include Our Lives, Our Peoples, and Our Universes
This museum, located in the same building as the American Art Museum, is a hall of fame of famous Americans.
James Whisler's Japanese-inspired Peacock Room is part of this Asian Art Museum
The First Amendment is inscribed on the facade of this museum on Pennsylvania Avenue, which documents the impact of the press on society.
Located near the White House, this small art museum was named for its architect, who also designed St Patrick's Cathedral in New York.
Across the street from Union Station, this museum is dedicated to the purpose it once served, an industry that has mostly been replaced by the Internet.
Near the Castle and the Air and Space Museum, this modern art museum was highly controversial when it opened in 1974

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