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Thanks to Alice for sending from “the southeast corner of 15th and U St NW (by the gas station) heading toward 14th Street. All the left/right arrows are wrong.”

The National Museum of American Jewish Military History does not need to be harder to find!!

“Chartered by an act of Congress in 1958, the National Museum of American Jewish Military History, under the auspices of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., documents and preserves the contributions of Jewish Americans to the peace and freedom of the United States, educates the public concerning the courage, heroism and sacrifices made by Jewish Americans who served in the armed forces, and works to combat anti-Semitism.

Admission is free.

1811 R Street NW
Washington, DC 20009
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 202-265-6280
Fax: 202-462-3192

Open M-F 9am-5pm
Closed Saturdays Open Sundays for 6 or more people by appointment only
Please call (202) 265-6280 to arrange a tour

Getting Here:

Metro:

We’re a short walk from Dupont Circle Metro Station. Use the North Entrance at Q St.

Bicycle:

Capital Bikeshare station is directly in front of the museum at 18th and R St NW.”

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