Drug Enforcement Administration Museum and Visitors Center
|Location||700 Army Navy Drive|
|Type||Law enforcement, history of drugs and drug use|
|Owner||Drug Enforcement Administration|
The Drug Enforcement Administration Museum and Visitors Center is a museum owned by the United States Drug Enforcement Administration and located in Arlington, Virginia. Its first exhibit opened in 1999, and features exhibits on cannabis (drug), coca, and poppy.
The museum has appeared on a list of ten best 420 sites published in USA Today. Fodor's calls its exhibits "hard hitting"; Lonely Planet's guide to Washington D.C. sarcastically recommended the museum "If...you think all drug users and pushers should go to jail for a very long time and drugs and terrorism go hand in hand -- or if you just have a thing for heavy-handed propaganda".
- Sherman, Jill (2010), Drug Trafficking, ABDO Publishing Company, p. 84, ISBN 9781617852121
- Fahey, David M.; Miller, Jon S. (2010), Alcohol and Drugs in North America: A Historical Encyclopedia, ABC Clio, p. 853, ISBN 9781598844795
- Larry Bleiberg (April 14, 2017), "10 best 4/20 sites: Where marijuana history was made", USA Today
- Fodor's Washington, D.C. 2016, Fodor's, 2015, p. 209, ISBN 9781101879092
- Karlin, Adam; St. Louis, Regis (2010), Lonely Planet Washington, DC, Lonely Planet, p. 123, ISBN 9781741790450