Citysearch Editorial Review. Three things are likely to strike visitors about the National Building Museum: a gorgeous serene fountain in the middle of a massive room, gigantic marble-painted columns framing the area, and a pack of children playing with soft building blocks in the corner. Yes, the museum’s architecture is certainly a draw, but there is much more to this building. Hidden behind its regal walls are revolving exhibits on the architectural history of Washington, D.C.; collections featuring photography, building plans, and even toys; and programs, lectures, and symposia on topics such as women in architecture and building in the 21st century.
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