Museums in Washington D.C., DC - Page 1

Find museums in Washington D.C., DC. Listings include Museum of the Bible, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian, Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute and Naval History & Heritage Command. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

Smithsonian

Smithsonian

1000 Jefferson Dr SW, Washington D.C. 2002

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  • 10/23/20
    #OTD in 1964 former President Herbert Hoover lay in state in the Capitol Rotunda. He had died on October 20 in New York City. Image: The Library of Congress
    > Today in Capitol History
  • 10/22/20
    Have you heard? Hillwood is excited to remain open for special evening hours on Fridays this fall. Enjoy extended access, wander the gardens, and delight in specials from Merriweather Café. Don’t miss...
    > Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens
  • 10/22/20
    What meaningful interconnections can we make with students in our classrooms, and our homes, about important topics around the world? How can educators and artists collaborate to help our students mak...
    > Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center
  • 10/22/20
    Thursday tea time ☕️ Which set would you choose? 📷: “Intourist” Tea Service, Eva Zeisel, Lomonosov Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1933-35. Hillwood acc. no. 25.406. Photographed by Brian ...
    > Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens
  • 10/22/20
    Learn how to spot media manipulation this #election season and weed out propaganda before it takes root in just 10 tips. #CantDupeMe https://bit.ly/3o89Zn2
    > Freedom Forum
  • 10/22/20
    In celebration of #FreeSpeechWeek, join us TODAY at 2pm ET, as we talk with Jack Weinberg, whose act of civil disobedience 56 years ago helped launch the highly influential and revolutionary Free Spe...
    > Freedom Forum
  • 10/22/20
    #OTD in 1965 LBJ signed the Highway Beautification Act, part of First Lady Claudia “Lady Bird” Johnson's #beautification efforts, which mandated cleaning up and visual enhancements along federal highw...
    > Today in Capitol History
  • 10/21/20
    It's #FreeSpeechWeek! We compiled a list of resources for students, educators, parents and lifelong learners on the importance of #freespeech! Check it out! https://bit.ly/2Wv91WP
    > Freedom Forum
  • 10/21/20
    Exodus 14 reveals how God opened the way for the Israelites to cross the Red Sea, finally escaping the pursuing Egyptian army. The story of the exodus played a role in inspiring American antislavery a...
    > Museum of the Bible
  • 10/21/20
    Say "I do" with touches of blue at Tudor Place. https://buff.ly/33OsXrk Photo credit: Angel Kidwell Photography #weddingWednesday #DCwedding #DCmicrowedding #museumwedding #gardenwedding
    > Tudor Place Historic House & Garden
  • 10/21/20
    Exercising your right to vote is one of the most direct ways to speak freely and to petition the government. We support the rights of all to let their voices be heard at the ballot box, or the mailb...
    > Freedom Forum
  • 10/21/20
    Women journalists are everyday heroes, working at the frontlines to make sure the story gets told. We’re grateful for Judy Woodruff’s incredible work as a champion of the First Amendment freedom of th...
    > Freedom Forum
  • 10/21/20
    In celebration of #FreeSpeechWeek, join us Oct. 22 at 2pm ET, as we talk with Jack Weinberg, whose act of civil disobedience 56 years ago helped launch the highly influential and revolutionary Free S...
    > Freedom Forum
  • 10/21/20
    Fall has swept over the estate, from the cutting garden to the display in front of the greenhouse, to the foliage from the surrounding woodlands 🍂 📷: Megan (@MBwon) • Tag #HiFromHillwood for a chance...
    > Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens