- 1 How do you get to the Museum of History in Fallout 3?
- 2 How do you get to Dupont station in Fallout 3?
- 3 How do you get to the Washington Monument in Fallout 3?
- 4 Where is the Lincoln Memorial in Fallout 3?
- 5 Where is the ghoul city in Fallout 3?
- 6 Is the White House in Fallout 3?
- 7 How do I get into Bunker Hill Fallout 4?
How do you get to the Museum of History in Fallout 3?
The Museum of History can be accessed through the metro. One route is via Anacostia Crossing, following the tracks into Museum Station. The museum is on the north side of The Mall, north and a little east of the Washington Monument. Its east and west wings straddle the Museum station western exit.
How do you get to Dupont station in Fallout 3?
To get to Dupont Circle you either have to sneak out the backdoor of the Galaxy News Radio building and go through collapsed car tunnel, or go through one of the many Metro tunnels.
How do you get to the Washington Monument in Fallout 3?
Location. It can be obtained, together with the Virgo II lunar lander note, from Three Dog after the Lone Wanderer accepts his request getting the Virgo II dish from the Museum of Technology. It grants access to the terminal which unlocks the door to the Washington Monument.
Where is the Lincoln Memorial in Fallout 3?
The Lincoln Memorial is a memorial building located on the west end of the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Where is the ghoul city in Fallout 3?
Underworld is a town located in the Capital Wasteland in Fallout 3. It can be found inside the Museum of American History. The city is home to mostly Ghouls, who treat the city as a refuge from the outside world, where they are constantly attacked by Super Mutants, Raiders and Brotherhood of Steel soldiers.
Is the White House in Fallout 3?
The White House appears only in Fallout 3, and is mentioned in its add-ons Broken Steel and Mothership Zeta, Fallout 4, and Fallout 76.
How do I get into Bunker Hill Fallout 4?
Upon completing the quest The Battle of Bunker Hill, the player character can unlock this settlement by speaking to Kessler.