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(A Non-Exhaustive) List of Free Things in DC 1. The Smithsonian Institution and associated museums The Smithsonian Institution is the largest complex of museums in the world. Between the Capitol and Washington Monument are more than a dozen museums and galleries, including Smithsonians, that charge no entry fee: The newest Smithsonian! The National Museum of African American History and Culture* National Museum of American History* National Museum of Natural History* National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden National Gallery of Art - West Building (old master paintings)*

Helen Keller was the first deaf-blind person ever to earn a bachelor's degree. Her story is one of challenge and triumph—and a little bit of our nation's capital. Helen Keller was born June 27, 1880, in Tuscumbia, Alabama. It might have been meningitis or scarlet fever that left her deaf and blind. Whatever it was, at 19 months, Helen Keller would neither see nor hear as long as she lived. Her parents, desperate for a way to help their daughter communicate, took her to