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Ford's Theatre

4.4/528 Reviews
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511 10th St NW, Washington DC, DC 20004-1499
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  • 当地向导杰游
    5.0

    I went in 2014, because I did my homework before I went, so I learned that it was free to enter the restaurant, but to get tickets in advance somewhere nearby, the number of tickets per day is limited, so I must get up early. It's good to go into the theatre and have free lectures.

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  • WJ小居居
    5.0

    Visiting a place of great importance in American history, the Ford Theatre, where Lincoln was assassinated, and a house opposite, was where he finally died. Dashun was photographed by countless people holding hands and shaking hands with him with great seriousness and sincerity. I feel that Americans have a deep feeling for Lincoln. One reporter said that Washington let the world know us and Lincoln let us know ourselves.

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  • 美国完美之旅
    5.0

    It's a historic attraction. We like the crafts here, and we also like to visit the theatre. We can see the cubicle where Lincoln was assassinated. This theatre is wonderful.

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    Reviewed on 1454645163000
  • Joy-Joy
    5.0

    In 1865, President Lincoln was assassinated and killed again. In memory of the great president in American history, this is a three-storey red brick building with a white outer wall. It was in front of this ordinary building that a tragic historical event took place.

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  • 乐天的静
    5.0

    The Ford Theatre is a famous Museum of Nature and History in Washington. Children will love it and it's worth taking time to attend. It's a wonderful and unexpected museum with vivid exhibits. House and Lincoln were sent there and died the next morning.

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  • E20****63
    5.0

    The famous Ford Theatre was Lincoln shot dead at the Ford Theatre in Washington after the Civil War. John Booth, a sympathetic actor from the South, slipped into the presidential box and shot Lincoln while the presidential bodyguard was leaving. There are many Chinese textbooks in middle schools.

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  • 103****261
    5.0

    The Ford Theatre Museum is worth visiting. It has an important history of the United States. The staff are very friendly to the Chinese. One of the conductors told me that he has been to many places in China. He likes China and he gave me free tickets. I thank him and hope he will visit China again.

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  • M65****48
    4.0

    The Ford Theatre is on the same street as the famous FBI headquarters building. And the theatre is still in use today. It's not easy to find on the map. There's a bookstore opposite the theatre that sells Lincoln-related books.

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  • justinwang1987
    4.0

    Ford Theatre, where Lincoln was assassinated in 1865. There is a very tall booktower in the theatre, which is made up of about thousands of books. The themes are different but all related to Lincoln. It is like telling the extraordinary life of this great man.

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    Reviewed on 1492161996000
  • 环球旅行家Serena
    3.0

    The Ford Theatre was where Lincoln was assassinated. The theatre is still in use. Petersen House is used as a museum. The building consists of two parts, the Ford Theatre and a three-story brick building, Petersen House.

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