The Heat's visit to Washington D.C. this week was anything but an average road trip.

In the nation's capital for a game against the Washington Wizards, the Heat met with President Obama for a ceremony honoring last year's NBA champions. Several players, coaches and personnel also took an after-hours tour of the U.S. Holocaust Museum, one of the largest and most comprehensive Holocaust museums in the world.

The tour was organized by shooting guard Ray Allen, who says he tries to see the museum whenever he's in Washington, D.C.

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