Check out these three National Building Museum exhibits before they exit the building!

Washington, D.C., is chock full of museums that exist to educate the public in multiple facets of history, art, and so much more! And one of these museums is the National Building Museum, which is dedicated to using exhibits and programs to educate the public about "the built world and its power to shape our lives, communities, and futures." Here are three National Building Museum exhibits you should see before they're gone!

WHERE: 401 F Street NW, Washington, D.C.
HOURS: Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. | Sunday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
CONTACT: Click here or call 202-272-2448

Fun House

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WHEN: Now through September 3, 2018

Fun House is designed by Snarkitecture and resides inside the museum's Great Hall! You can wander through a sequence of rooms that feature other well-known pieces by Snarkitecture. In the heart of the exhibit is a structure that recalls the ideas of a traditional home, but puts a twist on it. In the end, you'll be able to see the unique way that Snarkitecture reimagines traditional buildings!

Building Zone

WHEN: Ongoing

Bring the kiddos out to Building Zone for a hands-on experience with architecture! They can get materials for the activities by play-shopping at the new Hardware Store, build a Lego wall or tower, dress up as a construction worker, enjoy a picture book on architecture, and more. Who knows? You might leave with a future little architect in the making!

Secret Cities

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WHEN: Now through March 3, 2019

Explore the inventive design and construction of Hanford, Los Alamos, and Oak Ridge in Secret Cities! Go back in time to see the cities' roots in multiple early modern schools of architecture. Also, see how daily life was shaped around the physical form of the cities and how it changed in ways the architects didn't plan. And you'll get to end this journey by finding out about the cities' development since their beginnings!

Would you consider going to any of these National Building Museum exhibits? Have you been to this museum before? Let us know in the comments below!

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