Shop in the National Archives: Learning can be fun
The shop clearly sells things aimed at educating people and especially kids about the US history and that is something I liked. They can learn about history in a fun and amusing way. And they do not sell just books but all sorts of games as well.
What to buy: Well I bought my copy of the Declaration of Independence. It's very cheap-just 2,5 $ I think:) But the best thing must be the pen with the invisible ink and a little lamp so you can read under the UV light what you wrote. Imagine the uses of this on tests. The kids I was with bought all the pens that were in the store:)
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Shop in the National Museum of the American Indian: Something original
The shop is in the Museum and it is here that you can buy some beautiful original items produced by the Native Indians and the best part is that all the money goes the the artists and Indian communities. I bought a Navajo bracelet for my brother (he loves it and wears it all the time and brags about it:) and a dream catcher which catches good dreams and drive off the bad ones.
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Georgetown as a shopping mecca
Georgetown, in addition to the university, has emerged as a shopper's paradise in DC. From Armani Exchange to Urban Outfitters, Georgetown has a variety of leading outlets and if you are looking for something in particular, you are bound to find it here.
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