Definitely Worth a Visit to Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C

This is the second largest natural history museum after the biggest one in New York.

You don’t need to pay for admission because it is free, and the museum is located on 10th St. & Constitution Ave. NW; Washington, D.C. 20560

There are many sections divided in this museum. You would find the areas of Human Origins, Ocean Hall and Mammals on the First Floor.

Then Mummies, Insects, Gems, Diamond, Fossils and Dinosaurs in the Second Floor.

There would be not only skulls, skeleton or preserved creatures, but some living animals could be found in the museums, such as the butterfly live show, fishes in the aquarium. 

My most favorite section is the butterfly areas. There is a special room filled with living butterflies, and if you are a butterfly lover, be sure to check this out, however, you will need to pay for the live show!

This is different from art and history museums, and is more related to our surrounding and everyday lives, so I think that it could catch your attention more.


You might need at least more than one hour for a quick glance, but three to four hours time are enough.


It would be nice if you could make some contribution by sparing some of your money as a donation to this museum.

You do not need to give much, USD 5 is recommended, but it is appreciated if you could give more!

P.S: 고맙습니다  오빠  


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