Offbeat Places in Washington DC

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Washington DC, which is also known as DC (District of Colombia) is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world and is also the capital of the United States of America. The district is packed with beautiful neo-classical monuments, memorials, and treasured museums.

Furthermore, Washington is also known for its diversity and you will see many strange and unusual things over here, but only when you step into the soul of DC. So plan a Washington DC tour and explore some offbeat places in the District of Colombia. Below is a list of some of the unusual places in Washington DC.

Unusual Shopping

There will be hardly any travelers who do not love shopping, especially the signature items of the place that you are touring. The right place for all those shopaholics out there is the Shops at the famous Georgetown Park of Washington DC. The place is crammed with all kind of weird and spooky stuff that will help you to know more about the history of the United States. Here you can pick up or rather browse many strange gaudy gadgets and countless outdated items from the eighties that depicts the American culture.

Crazy Museums

The museums in Washington usually exhibits many treasured assets that represent the past, present, and future of the United States. On the other hand, there are many museums in Washington that showcase weird and strange items. In the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) museum near the Pentagon in Arlington, you can find many unusual things like diamond encrusted handguns, blingy jewelry, customized vehicles, and fur coats.

Another museum that exhibits bizarre displays is the National Museum of Health And Medicine. This is the only place that you can see the original bones of civil war generals along with their mummified heads. Additionally, the museum also contains all types of organs and the bullet that killed Abraham Lincoln.

Eerie Bars

The Red Palace is one of the newest and popular spots on the H Street. This place is actually a merger of two spots, The Red and The Black that is a live music venue and a bar that is also a museum. You can see bizarre things in the Red Palace including a two-headed mummified chic. You should also expect some fancies like bands and fun activities with beer glasses and bar snacks. Furthermore, you can also see many unusual things of a vintage circus if you straddle through the building.

Another bar that will tickle your spine is the beer garden called Blob’s Park at Baltimore. Here you can savor countless international brews and German delicacies with a background of polka, swing, and ballroom entertainment in its huge hall.

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