Department of the Interior Museum
The U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) Museum educates the public and DOI employees about the current missions and programs of the Department of the Interior, the history of the Department, and the art and architecture of its headquarters building in Washington, DC.The DOI Museum acquires objects appropriate for promoting understanding of the Department's activities. We hold these objects in trust and provide access to them for use in supporting the missions of the Department. We document, preserve, and manage our collections in ways that enhance their long-term availability for these purposes. Our DOI Museum activities are targeted to visitors to the nation's capital. DOI employees, schools, and other groups we reach through partnerships with other institutions and various media.
The Department of the Interior Museum is located on the first floor of the main Interior Building at 1849 C Street NW, Washington, DC. The Museum is accessible from both the C Street and E Street entrances; the E Street entrance is wheelchair accessible.The Museum is only a few blocks from the White House and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and other neighborhood museums. Metered parking is available on adjacent streets. To reach the museum by Metro, take the Blue or Orange line to the Farragut West station. Exit at 18th Street and walk five (5) blocks south to the Main Interior Building on E Street.www.hobogrill.org