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Named after one of America's most popular former presidents, The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in D.C.'s largest building at 3.1 million square feet and makes exceptionally good use of all that space. Visitors will find a first-class conference and event center, an executive office space, a food court, and classy dining venues inside this esteemed establishment.
Department of the Interior Museum casts a wide net, reflecting the many concerns of this government agency throughout its history. From mining to regional history, from national parks to Native-American art, the displays here provide a composite of that nebulous concept, the U.S. "interior." But for those who like to start their explorations with details, there are countless artifacts to attract attention, including historical documents, pottery and geological finds. Admission is free.
A variety of European park styles are on display here at Meridian Hill Park, from long French promenades to Renaissance terraces. Waterfalls and pools abound among curling pathways. Especially delightful is the water staircase, a terraced waterfall. Nearby is the historic Adams-Morgan neighborhood, which features myriad ethnic restaurants and eclectic shops.
Chinatown is a neighborhood of the hustling and the bustling city of Washington, DC. From coffee houses to hole-in-the-wall restaurant to unique boutiques, you have it all in this place. After under-going major renovations in 2006, this district has become one of the hip and happening spots. Movie theaters and high-end shopping boutiques attracts young and chic crowd. True to its name, most of the businesses have Chinese signs and feature Chinese products. You can see the blend of tradition and modernity in this uber cool area.
DC Arts Center in Washington is where art meets culture. The primary reason of forming the DC Arts Center was to provide accessible spaces to local artists and to promote art and culture in the region. This venue comprises a 42 seater black box theater, where quality plays, musicals, readings, and concerts are frequently hosted and the gallery sprawled across 800 square feet is where art exhibitions are showcased at regular intervals.