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Off the beaten path in Washington DC

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I live about an hour and a half from DC and have been several times. We are spending this Friday-Sunday in DC and I'm looking for something new or different that I haven't been to before.

The main reason that we are going is to check out the new MLK memorial and just to spend a weekend away.

We have visited most of the Smithsonian museums, the Newseum and the Spy Museum. I've been wanted to tour the Pentagon, but I've waited too late to reserve a spot. We have also already hit the major monuments and Arlington Cemetary.

I'm looking for little known spots that a lot of visitors overlook. I welcome your thoughts!

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