Museums in Arlington, VA

Find museums in Arlington, VA. Listings include National Museum of the U.S. Army Campaign, Air Force Memorial, Arlington Historical Society, AAM Media & Technology, Capital Art Fair and Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

Hume School

Hume School

1805 S Arlington Ridge Rd, Arlington 22202

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  • 07/22/19
    Volunteers catalogued 36 Field Site (FS) artifact containers this weekend. That's 20% of them BUT as our archaeologist reminds us, the deeper we went into the archaeological site, the more artifacts w...
    > Ball-Sellers House
  • 07/17/19
    The Ball-Sellers House will not be open this Saturday afternoon July 20 (1-4 pm). It's going to be 100+ degrees and because we are a colonial era house, we have no electricity or air conditioning. Ch...
    > Ball-Sellers House
  • 07/17/19
    Interested in documenting the archaeological artifacts unearthed in the Ball-Sellers House archaeological dig? We are starting the final phase of documenting what we found. If you'd like to help out e...
    > Ball-Sellers House
  • 07/13/19
    Our Apollo 11 50th anniversary celebration is only 1 week away! Don't forget to come to the Arlington planetarium between 12 noon and 3pm on Saturday, July 20th for FREE planetarium shows and other ac...
    > Friends of Arlington's David M. Brown Planeta
  • 07/10/19
    Please visit... Please support!
    > The Black Heritage Museum of Arlington
  • 07/10/19
    Are you a Founding Sponsor of the National Museum of the United States Army? Become one today, and help us open the Museum doors!
    > National Museum of the U.S. Army Campaign
  • 07/10/19
    On July 10, 1943, the U.S. Seventh Army, the first U.S. field army in action in World War II, is activated on shipboard en route to Sicily.
    > National Museum of the U.S. Army Campaign
  • 07/10/19
    On July 10, 1940, as the Army is no longer required by law to keep tanks under the Infantry branch, the Armored Force is created and will be led by Major General Adna R. Chaffee.
    > National Museum of the U.S. Army Campaign
  • 07/10/19
    On July 10, 1780, a French fleet carrying Lieutenant General Jean de Vimeur and 6,000 French troops arrives in Rhode Island. The next day he comes ashore with his officers to arrange the landing of t...
    > National Museum of the U.S. Army Campaign
  • 07/10/19
    We want YOU to come to the Arlington planetarium on July 20th to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission! But, we're not the only ones celebrating this anniversary, so be sure to check...
    > Friends of Arlington's David M. Brown Planeta
  • 07/09/19
    Can you believe it!? Only two more weeks until we close for renovation! QUICK! Come visit so you can experience the full Before and After!
    > Dea Museum and Visitors Center
  • 07/09/19
    Anyone who served honorably in or for the U.S. Army deserves to have his or her name and service history placed on record at the Museum! Enter them into the Registry of the American Soldier today!
    > National Museum of the U.S. Army Campaign
  • 07/09/19
    On July 9, 1864, Major General Lew Wallace organizes his men behind Monocacy Creek, in an attempt to stop Lieutenant General Jubal Early and his Rebel forces from advancing on Washington, DC. Though ...
    > National Museum of the U.S. Army Campaign