Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Movie Locations of Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian in DC

One of the biggest offerings from Washington, DC is its collection of museums. Air and Space Museum is definitely one of the most attractive and entertaining museums to all levels of visitors in the US because it has planes, artifacts and many other things. More importantly, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian was filmed on this location.
While Air and Space Museum offers a variety of great things to all ages across the globe, the admission is free. It is conveniently located in downtown DC and its metro (subway) stop is called, Smithsonian. The beauty of the stop is that it allows you to access not only this but many other museums nearby as well, which makes it really a one-stop shop. 

The Air and Space Museum link allows you to determine when to visit the best, because the "Events" tab shows a variety of functions happening daily; from IMAX to guided tours. The "Exhibitions" tab shows brief history of the artifacts, which urges you all to book tickets to DC right away. If you have something in mind and want to check if the museum offers that, click the "Search Collection" tab to "search your mind". If you still do not find anything that is appealing to you, subscribe to the social media offered under the 3 tabs, so you do not have to check periodically for new exhibitions that match your taste; let it come to you!

Last but not least, there is a great reason for you to visit the museum if you are a movie fan, because a great portion of the movie, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, was shot on location.

Did you see Ben Stiller?

You should see him now!

 You should  now see him even more!!

The yard in Smithsonian. Re-shoot the scene yourself!!!

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