The National Museum of African American History and Culture

Situated at 1400 Constitution Ave NW, Washington DC, DC 20560-0007, the National Museum of African American History and Culture is a museum that tells the story of America as it was seen through different cultures. The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the only museum in America that documents black life, history, and culture. By law, The NMAAHC was established after decades of efforts to promote diversity among all races with an emphasis on, African Americans from slavery days to the present.

The National Museum of African American History and Culture is open to the public. There are more than 36,000 artifacts in its collection so far- it’s still growing. This museum has become one of America’s most visited museums after opening on 24th September 2016 as an addition to the Smithsonian Institution member attractions with the other 19th institutions already there.

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The NMAAHC is a place for anyone interested in black culture. Various interactive exhibits offer you information on the museum’s pillars and provide an opportunity to explore history through immersive experiences. The NMAAHC provides people the opportunity to explore history through immersive experiences. These opportunities help all Americans see how their stories have been informed by global influences over the years. It also allows them to tell these tales themselves when they go back home or abroad after visiting.

The museum explores the history behind what it means to be an American, sharing how values like resiliency, optimism, or spirituality, are reflected in Black history. The NMAAHC is a place that reaches beyond Washington D.C., with interactive exhibits for new audiences. Collaborating extensively on museum projects across multiple museums and institutions that have already explored this crucial topic well before creating their own space towards understanding black culture over time.

The museum is also a public institution that anyone can visit. In the words of Lonnie G Bunch III, founding director for the museum, “there are few things as powerful or important to learn about another culture from their perspective.” He believes this should be done, through educating on our nation’s history with an emphasis placed, on black people’s contributions throughout time.

This museum is the perfect place to host your next event. With professional staff available for consultation, you can rest assured that they will make it a memorable experience for all guests. They have rental rates and list any vendors whose insurance certificates are currently on file who work in this type of venue. These individuals know how things go about working here at The museum, so they will be able to help pick out just what you are looking for without compromising quality.

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