Washington, D.C. welcomes the National Museum of African American History and Culture located adjacent to the Washington Monument.
According to Smithsonian.com, the museum and its 35,000 treasured artifacts are telling a new story about America. In what will likely be the last new building on the National Mall, the museum represents a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reintroduce important ideas and themes to an eager public. Take an Interactive Tour
The NTA reports that galleries will include objects, photographs, moving images, documents and art from many perieods of American history, such as the era of slavery, the post-Civil War Reconstruction years, the Harlem Renaissance and the civil rights movement. @ntaonline @smithsonianmagazine @NMAAHC #whatsnew #gntandyou