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Due to the Fiesta DC Parade on Saturday September 21st stop #14 the American History Museum, stop #15 the Natural History Museum, stop #16 the Newseum, and stop #17 the Portrait Gallery will be closed all day.
On Sunday stop #3 the National Archives, stop #16 the Newseum, and stop #17 the Portrait Gallery will be closed all day due to the Fiesta DC Festival.
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The Wharf – Boarding for Water Taxi Boat Cruise

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view of washington dc wharf with buildings in background and water in foreground

With the grand opening of its first phase in 2017, the Wharf District became the realization of a dream of city planners, local government, and city residents. The mile-long southwest waterfront on the banks of the Potomac has since been transformed into the the biggest private development project in the city with a plethora of things to see and do. Currently, the district features 3 hotels, 2 office buildings, 2 multi-family for-rent buildings, 2 condominiums, and a 140,000 square foot live music venue. In addition, there are 12 new public squares and parks to enjoy and 115 shops and restaurants.

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