The Smithsonian's least visited museum, far from the Mall, is a small but superbly exhibited tribute to Anacostia and D.C. 'East of the River', and also to African-American history.
1901 Fort Pl SE, Washington, DC 20020, USA
Nearest Transit: Congress Heights (Green Line)
Anacostia Museum and Nearby Attractions on Map
U.S. Navy Museum(2.2 km)
This is a great museum, and you'll likely have the place to yourself.
Historic Uniontown(1.4 km)
The heart of historic Uniontown is bounded by MLK Jr Ave, Good Hope Dr, 14th St, and W St SE.
Congressional Cemetery(2.7 km)
All sorts of notables from American history found their final resting place here, from composer John Sousa to FBI founder J.
Fort Stanton Overlook(2.8 km)
Fort Stanton was the first of dozens in the 'Fort Circle' designed to protect the capital from Confederate attacks during the Civil War.
Frederick Douglass House(1 km)
Frederick Douglass' house in D.
Honfleur Art Gallery(1.4 km)
The Honfleur Gallery has one foot in the world of international contemporary art, and one foot in Anacostia.
Saint Elizabeth's Hospital(2 km)
Why visit a mental hospital? Because the historic grounds and buildings are beautiful (if a little run-down and creepy).
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