A summary of how Washington landmarks were affected by Tuesday's earthquake:
Washington National Cathedral: Damage to three of the four pinnacles atop the main tower, and visible cracks in the church's structure. Building closed to visitors.
Washington Monument: Evacuated, closed indefinitely. Cracks found at top.
U.S. Capitol: Evacuated, closed, reopened after inspection by structural engineers. House and Senate office buildings now accessible.
White House, Old Executive Office Building, Treasury building: Evacuated; reopened around 4 p.m. No damage.
Lincoln Memorial: Evacuated, closed, reopened after several hours. No damage.
Jefferson Memorial: Evacuated, closed, reopened after several hours. No damage.
Old Post Office tower: Evacuated, closed, no damage. Reopening Wednesday.
Smithsonian Castle: Evacuated, closed, minor cracks, broken glass reported. Closed Wednesday for further inspection.
National Museum of Natural History: Evacuated, reopened Wednesday, except for some exhibits still under inspection.
Other Smithsonian museums: Evacuated, reopened Wednesday.
MLK Memorial: Briefly closed, but reopened. No damage.