National Building Museum ft The Beach by Snarkitecture

Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Hello! Hope you guys had a nice Labor Day weekend.
On Labor Day, we went to the National Building Museum in DC to check out this infamous installation that pretty much everyone I know has visited and have taken pictures in. The installation was by Snarkitecture (click link to read more about it).
We had to wait in line for almost two hours to just get into this interactive installation. 
After taking a bunch of pictures in here and trying our best to dodge these rowdy kids from throwing these balls at us (which by the way really hurts and we couldn't believe their parents didn't even say anything), we went to explore the museum some more. A lot of the installations and rooms did not allow photography so we didn't get to take much pics.
Over-looking The Beach.

Overall, it was a great experience - minus those rowdy kids that kept throwing balls at us of course. Thank goodness my DSLR was okay and didn't fall into the ball pit.
Other than that, I just feel really fortunate to be able to visit this installation especially since Labor Day was the last day that it would be up. We didn't even know until we saw this flyer inside the elevator. Lucky us!

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2 comments on "National Building Museum ft The Beach by Snarkitecture"
  1. Wasn't it so much fun? My friend and I went in the middle of the week so we mostly saw adults and we did it later in the day so it was like people getting out of work then going to the ball pit. A lot of people were in work clothes then mostly college kids. We literally waited until we saw less children around.

    Your vid is almost exactly how I do my hair except I do three braids instead of four, but then I also don't have hair as thick as yours.

    1. Haha wished we had that option to wait until there were less kids around, but we're still happy that we get to play a bit.

      Yeah, I always do my hair like this when I want wavy hair. The less braid you have, the bigger the curls/waves will be. It's a great way to stay away from heat especially for those with color treated hair~


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