A delightful and informative post about the Navy Pier Area of Washington D.C. I would love to spend time in the National Postal Museum. Enjoy!
Technically this is not a door; it’s a bridge in the Navy Pier area of Washington DC.
The shipyards are now dormant and the area is being “gentrified” which means impossibly hip restaurants and bars now line an area formerly full of sailors. The view is amazing.
Although I have no idea what we’re looking at. I wasn’t the driver, but it was definitely off the beaten track..
The above building, on the other hand, is right in the middle of the action. It’s the National Postal Museum. The museum is worth visiting even if you don’t give a damn about postage stamps. The building itself is a treasure with marble columns and gorgeous woodwork, vintage mail trucks and postal boxes and many interactive exhibits. One of my favorite exhibits was PostSecrets, which is described as “an ongoing community mail art project” where people send in anonymous, homemade postcards…
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Thanks so much for the reblog! It’s lovely to meet you – Portland is one of my favorite places to visit.
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