As the name implies, here is the history of the United States. Because of interest, profession and work, this is the first museum I chose to visit. A handful of non-photographable items here include the first super-large Star-Spangled Banner in American history.
All-round display of the development history of the United States, from politics, military, science and technology, music to movies and so on, each venue is carefully designed according to the theme, very comprehensive, very vivid, not boring.
Unexpectedly, I saw an introduction about the Nanjing Massacre at the National Museum of History in the United States. This is what a world-class Museum of history should look like. The Chinese people do not visit much, so I suggest you all visit it.
The National Museum of History in Washington is not far from the obelisk. Even after two hours in it, I still feel very frustrated. Unfortunately, I can't fully understand the English explanation. There is a deep feeling that many children come to visit, teachers with students, parents with children. There are many interesting pavilions reflecting historical simulation scenes. The figure sculptures are vivid.
The main content of the exhibition is the national history of the United States, including immigration history, a comprehensive introduction of the history of American humanities, nationalities, life and other aspects. The National History Museum of the United States is close to the National Museum of Natural History, the Aerospace and Aeronautics Museum, the National Gallery of Art, linking Capitol Hill, the Obelisk and other central axis core tourist areas. If you have time, you can take a day to do so. These museums and exhibitions are visited one by one.
The National History Museum of the United States is a place that tells about American history. It is free of charge. It must have a certain English foundation to understand that there are three floors in it. It is still very big. It can be entered by security check. Museum is very interested in doing so.
This is the second time I visited the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C., and took time to visit the American Museum of History. The museum is very lively about the daily life of Americans. This time, I came across a special exhibition about the food and kitchen history of Americans. It restored an American kitchen, which is very tasty. When I came out, I met a museum announcer, dressed as a lady of the last century, pushing a bicycle, presumably explaining the bicycle culture of the United States at that time. Two visitors beside me enjoyed it. The ground floor of the museum is a great cafeteria. It tastes good.
The area is very large, and it adds a lot of knowledge of American history. There are also references to 911 and so on.
The museum was built in 1946 and was originally called the Museum of History and Technology. It was designed and built by McKim Mead & White, a famous construction company. In 1980, in order to better show and reflect the life and history of the American people, it was renamed the present name. At present, the first American flag (Star-Spangled Banner) is still preserved here. The museum was closed for renovation from September 5, 2006 to November 21, 2008.
The National Calendar Museum was built in World War II and opened to the public in 1964. There are more than 20 million collections. The most famous is the first flag of the United States in 1812. There are also many milestones in life, such as the first credit card.