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This is a great place to take photos, as we did our maternity shoot here. The building is gorgeous and the backdrops are fantastic. While you need to show your ID and go through the metal detectors to get in, its worth it. The history seeps from the landmark and is worth visiting whether you live in the area or... 更多
Interesting how it had been converted into a US Courthouse. Not what I expected. But found the building very art deco history interesting. and not to mention my I enjoyed the coffee shop.
If glass is your thing don't pass this by. It only takes a few minutes and its well worth it. Go during the day when the sun comes through the big windows.
Pop in here to see the architecture. Once a train station, now its a court house. Only open weekdays and you must go through security. But once in side you'll find Chihuly pieces on all four sides of you. Art and Architecture in one place. Cute little coffee shop next door that's part of the Washington History Museum. This is... 更多
Originally a train station that opened in 1911, the station now houses courts of law. The main domed area and some parts of the building are open to the public, free of charge. I visited almost by accident, having walked by the station several times without stopping. I decided to have a quick peek inside a few months ago and... 更多
This is my favorite spot in the city. It's a beautiful place to take a walk, especially at sunset. Make it a perfect date by starting with dinner at The Melting Pot, then walk to Union Station, across the glass bridge, and around the glass museum. There are frequently photographers around this area because it's so beautiful.
As it serves as a courthouse as well you need to show ID, but some lovely pieces of Chihuly glass inside! Also loved the architecture, so glad they saved this building!!!!!
Historic, interesting building, with domed roof, in the midst of an nice walking area, near shops & restaurants. Lots of art installations. Not too busy.
Most of the building you can see from outside on several sides and appreciate the lines/details on the inside. Even the work/restore area is visible through. Love large windows. This would be a 'must see' even if were in a major city.