The gallery is to open to the public Feb. 17.
"We are looking forward to providing the public with the unique opportunity to experience all of the U.S. Presidents in a way unlike ever before," Dan Rogoski, general manager of Madame Tussauds Washington D.C., said in a statement Monday. "As the only place in the world where people will be able to meet and interact with all 44 U.S. presidents, history buffs, students and the general public alike will enjoy a truly unique and enriching educational experience at the gallery."
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