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In July 2009 on a farm in Staffordshire, England, a metal detectorist uncovered the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever found-more than 3,490 pieces from hundreds of individual objects dating to about 650 A.D. In their only appearance in the U.S., more than 100 of these intricately detailed artifacts will travel to National Geographic Museum.
Metro: Farragut North is closest, you can also walk from Farragut West or take the S1, S2, S4 or S9 bus to 16th & M St and walk over a block.