Tomorrow is the last day before the new president is sworn in. You are among the 2 million people (at least) heading into our nation’s capital for this event. A new president will take office, and unless you’re invited to one of the evening’s inaugural balls, you’ll need someplace to go.
Don’t worry; the Wall Street Journal has been thinking of you. The newspaper’s reporters have compiled a list of attractions.
National Portrait Gallery: In particular, take a look at the “Mask of Lincoln” exhibit.
Torpedo Factory: No longer a munitions center, the former U.S. Naval Torpedo Station is now inhabited by artists.
Kennedy Center: Aretha Franklin will be on the stage on Monday.
And, there are more, so many more. Believe it or not, there is more in Washington, D.C. than the inauguration!
[Many thanks to the fine folks at the Journal for pulling this list together]