WASHINGTON'S CULTURAL RESOURCES
Tourism is a major industry in Washington,
D.C. and the metropolitan area. The national museums, monuments, libraries
and other resources attract visitors from around the world throughout the
year. These sites list the favorites of our out-of-town guests.
Where would you go to see the Gutenburg
Bible on display?
What is one of the tallest masonry structures
in the world?
After whom is the world's largest museum
Which church has the draft manuscript
of the Emancipation Proclamation on display?
Where is the Emancipation Statue?
Which church has an observation gallery
from which you can view Washington D.C. and the surrounding area?
What is the name of the largest Roman
Catholic Church in the U.S.A? In which neighborhood is it located?
Which building houses the National Symphony
Which museum has artifacts and photographs
of people imprisoned in Germany during World War II?
Which museum has guided tours in Hebrew,
French, and Russian?
Which museum in Northeast D.C. permits
visitors to touch, taste, and wear the exhibits?
Where can you find more that 400 acres
of trees, shrubs, flowering plants, and picnic grounds?
Which D.C. neighborhood has the largest
number of Chinese restaurants?
What is the name of the museum named for
the founder of the National Council of Negro Women?
Which gallery has an exhibit featuring
African-Americans "Breaking Racial Barriers?"
Where can you find an exhibit about Eugene
Ballard, one of the earliest Black military pilots?
Who developed the Tidal Basin Bridge?
In which museum will you find paintings
by 30 black artists?
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