The National Mall, as the grand center of Washington DC, goes back to the early foundation of the City of Washington as the permanent seat of the United States government. General society space that is today known as the Mall advanced with the development of the city and the country.
Twelve free exhibition halls flanking the National Mall incorporate the national display of workmanship set up in 1937 by a gift from industrialist Andrew Mellon to the United States, the U.S Botanic gardens- situated in the southwest corner of the shopping center it is a living historical center committed to the tasteful, social, financial, remedial and biological significance of plants, National Museum of the American Indian, National Air & Space Museum, National Museum of Natural History, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution Information Center in the Castle, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Freer Gallery of Art, National Museum of African Art and the National Museum of American History.
The National Mall is home to the nation’s most well known landmarks and dedications. The Lincoln, Jefferson, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, and Martin Luther King, Jr. what’s more, Franklin Delano Roosevelt dedications are all situated here.