National Harbor

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National Harbor is a huge planned commercial development in Prince George's County south of Washington, D.C., anchored by the Gaylord Convention Center — the largest convention center on the East Coast.

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  • The Awakening. This statue of a giant emerging from the ground is one of Washington's favorites. It's also a little bit of a sore spot—District residents were used to visiting it in D.C. at Hains Point, and are unhappy that it moved so far south!
  • National Children's Museum. 10AM-5PM; in summer 10AM-7PM. $10.

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Routes through National Harbor
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