Come see the National Building Museum in D.C. The building was designed by Gen. Montgomery C. Meigs, who was the U.S. Army quartermaster general. The museum has several notable architectural features, including the interior columns and a frieze. Invite your family and friends and head on over to the National Building Museum.
Purchase National Building Museum tickets and see a historic American monument. The building was used for federal government offices until the 1960's when it started to come apart and desperately needed repair. The building was considered for demolition, but the government decided to save the building. In 1980, congress created the National Building museum.
National Building Museum tickets are now available. Don't miss the chance to see a building that has been a part of history. For example, On June 7, Hilary Clinton suspended her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination with a farewell rally at the museum. Be there and be a part of history!