Are there options for getting tickets in advance for the Smithsonian museums and other attractions in D.C.? In other words, on-line or by phone? Or, can you only do this once you get to D.C.? If you can do this way ahead, are these tickets "timed" or just good for a certain day? Any advice to prevent standing in a long line at the actual attraction would be greatly appreciated! As a first time visitor, any input about the top places to visit in 3 days would certainly be welcomed also.
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