What and where is the Library of Congress? The library houses more than 164 million items, from books to photos to recordings to maps to…much, much more. It also serves as a museum, with numerous exhibits inside the incredible Thomas Jefferson Building.
The Thomas Jefferson Building is open from Monday — Saturday, 8:30 a. The James Madison Memorial Building and the John Adams Building are primarily used for research —including tours and current exhibitions, and check out the across the three buildings.
The closest Metro stop is Capitol South station on the Orange, Blue and Silver lines. You will be dazzled upon walking in the door of the Jefferson Building. Gilded Age architecture makes its interior a visual masterpiece, a work of art worthy of housing the immense amount of knowledge that it holds.
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The is a fun dive into political cartoons, comics, animation art and caricatures, while the reveals the imaginative work of political cartoonist Herbert L. There are also numerous exhibits inside the Jefferson Building that rotate regularly. Make sure to check out all of the at the Library of Congress.
The Library of Congress also frequently hosts events Wer wohnt in Washington DC? tours — take a look at the for your planning. The institution also curates the every year, and often hosts an outdoor film festival on its grounds during the summer.