Monday, October 12, 2009

Washington DC Trip Day 4: Newseum & Miscellaneous

I started out the day heading east from the hotel, found my way to the Newseum which was great and definitely my type of museum, and then down to the Capitol for more pics. At the end of this post, I have some miscellaneous that didn't make it into the prior posts.

Harman Center for the Arts


National Building Museum


First Amendment outside the Newseum


Portion of the communications antenna that was atop the North Tower of the World Trade Center NYC with the front pages from world newspapers of the next day's coverage in the background, in the Newseum


Portions of the Berlin Wall, in the Newseum


Capitol


Smithsonian Castle (from atop Newseum)


Treasury


Old Post Office


Ford's Theater (Where Lincoln Was Shot)


Washington Monument

5 comments:

Mom said...

My town sure has some cool sites.

karen said...

Those are wonderful pictures. MY son with be jealouse . He is going to be an engineer and buildings are is thing. Wait till I show him your pictures.

Larry Ohio said...

Great pics and great blog.

Y | O | Y said...

Thanks for stopping by, Larry!

Mark H said...

WOW.............makes me wish I'd had a camera the last time I was in WDC...(circa 1982)...........I mean a digital camera of course. YOU saw MORE stuff than I did, and I was guided by residents ....... GREAT TRIP.