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Live at the National Geographic Museum in downtown DC (its only stop in the US) is a collection of gold treasure and artifacts dating from around 650 AD. Though the origins of the collection are from a Christian time, England was still in a heavy conversion process with a series of kings and princes being slowly converted throughout a span of around 200 years, starting in 597 AD (Brittania).
The heavy Celtic design showing traditional English Pagan imagery such as knotted beast art (wiki) is surely a sight to behold for any lover of Celtic history and art. According to the museum, the hoard is valued at around $5 million and is primarily military-themed by design.
The exhibition is open until March 4th and costs $8 in admission. More information can be found on the National Geographic website.