Museums in Arlington, VA

Find museums in Arlington, VA. Listings include Women In Military Service For America Memorial, Air Force Memorial, Arlington Historical Society, AAM Media & Technology, Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial and Gulf Branch Nature Center. 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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  • 09/24/20
    Register Today's For Tomorrow's County program: Family Programs INTERACTIVE PROGRAMS ON MICROSOFT TEAMS HISTORY HIGHLIGHTS: ARLINGTON’S NATIVE PEOPLES Friday, Sept. 25, 7 - 7:45pm Families. Long befo...
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  • 09/24/20
    On this day in Arlington history: September 24, 1861: Union General William. F Smith crossed Chain Bridge with a division of troops to begin construction of Fort Ethan Allen in what was Alexandria Cou...
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  • 09/23/20
    It's "WHAT'S IT WEDNESDAY! when we challenge you (or ask you to help us!) identify a artifact in the AHS collection. We received this is a big donation from Robert Macatee. A few of the things we can...
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  • 09/23/20
    On this day in Arlington history: September 23, 1938 The Sun reported that the Arlington County Board denied a request for rezoning to allow row-houses to be built in Arlington. The president of the A...
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  • 09/22/20
    On this day in Arlington history: September 22, 1832, Robert Stinson Lacey was born in Ohio. He became a decorated Union Captain during the Civil War and settled in what will become Arlington County t...
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  • 09/21/20
    It's Mystery Monday! When we challenge you to identify a photo from our collection (and help add any details we don't know!) Here's a photo from around WW2. Our main question is: what is so historic...
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  • 09/21/20
    On This Day in Arlington History: September 21, 1774, the Fairfax Independent Company of Volunteers was formed. County militia had been a regular feature of life under the colonial government. Men f...
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  • 09/21/20
    Local historian Civil War historian Ed Bearss has died at 97. Ed was a friend of AHS and spoke to our audiences several times and led tours about local Civil War history. His deep knowledge of this a...
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  • 09/20/20
    Genealogy 101 (Virtual Program) Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Virtual program led by advanced researcher Eileen Bogdanoff. All research levels welcome. Registration # 911400-04. Regist...
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  • 09/20/20
    Register Today for Tomorrow's CAMP - SIDE COLORING Monday, Sept. 21, 10 - 11am Ages 4 to 9. Join a Union soldier at Fort C.F. Smith Park's virtual camp site and coloring station for this pop-in progra...
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  • 09/20/20
    On this day in Arlington history: September 20, 1945, a bus line in Arlington got its first two-way radio installed. The press reported that “A commercial bus line to Washington, DC and Arlington V...
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  • 09/19/20
    On This Day in Arlington History, September 19, 1924, Herman Obermayer was born in Philadelphia. He owned and published the Northern Virginia Sun from 1963 to 1989. But that was only one chapter in ...
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  • 09/18/20
    It's Film Friday when we invite you to watch a video about Arlington history that we have posted on the AHS website. This week, it's "Shoot Out at Jackson City" this is a recording of our June 2020 m...
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  • 09/18/20
    Register Today for Tomorrow's Event! September 19, 2020 Fort Scott Park Walking Tour: Explore the remaining earthworks while we discuss how and why the fort was built on Sat., Sept. 19 from 1-1:30 p.m...
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