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

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

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ARTECHOUSE

1238 Maryland Ave SW, Washington D.C. 2002

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  • 05/12/21
    Another Amorphophallus has been blooming -- Amorphophallus bulbifer, native to Burma (Myanmar). The peachy-pink inflorescence stands about 2-3 feet tall. Click through to see the bloom progression, a ...
    > U.S. Botanic Garden
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    Although founded in 1848, the U.S. National Herbarium houses plants 🌱🌸🌼🌿🍁 collected from centuries ago to today. Most of these specimens have been pressed and placed in systematized folders for botani...
    > Smithsonian National Museum of Natural Histor
  • 05/12/21
    Our partners at First Americans Museum are inviting us to the Sundance Film Festival - watch this FREE program of Indigenous films!
    > Made By Us
  • 05/12/21
    Join us Friday as we explore recipes from here in D.C. to around the world and the plants that bring these recipes to life. In this month's local chef series, Chef Andrew demonstrates surprising sandw...
    > U.S. Botanic Garden
  • 05/12/21
    We are live now! Join us to hear from leaders about the path forward for museums!
    > Made By Us
  • 05/12/21
    🚨Calling all college art history instructors!🚨 The Archives of American Art is accepting applications for an August/September virtual workshop series focused on incorporating primary sources into your...
    > Smithsonian's Archives of American Art
  • 05/12/21
    “For if we do not record our stories for ourselves and our children, someone else will write it for us—and they might get it wrong.” This idea inspired Humanities Guåhan to launch Guampedia, a communi...
    > Made By Us
  • 05/11/21
    Last call on #MarsHelicopter merch! Our Mars Ingenuity Collection pop-up ends TONIGHT. Don't miss your chance to celebrate Ingenuity with exclusive limited edition merch benefiting the Smithsonian: ht...
    > National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian In
  • 05/11/21
    Tonight! Learn about the Rosenwald Schools, the result of a collaboration between Booker T. Washington and Julius Rosenwald that created nearly 5,000, state-of-the-art schools for African American chi...
    > National Building Museum
  • 05/11/21
    It's more than just a shiny observatory. The Hubble Space Telescope forever changed how we understand the universe. Today in 2009, Space Shuttle Atlantis launched on STS-125, which was the fifth and ...
    > National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian In
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    In the summer of 2020, the Archives conducted interviews with eighty-five artists, curators, educators, and administrators, creating a “significant record of an unprecedented time as it unfolded.” Ora...
    > Smithsonian's Archives of American Art
  • 05/11/21
    Each day, more peonies begin to bloom throughout the Garden. This is Paeonia 'Coral Supreme,' an early season bloomer. This salmon-coral, semi-double hybrid was first introduced in 1964. It stands abo...
    > U.S. Botanic Garden
  • 05/11/21
    Do you have a budding young artist, photographer, or digital expert in your life? They’ll love the Master Class offerings that are part of Smithsonian Summer Virtual Adventures. Designed for student...
    > Smithsonian Studio Arts
  • 05/11/21
    This month we are celebrating careers! Paolo is an ESA Astronaut who has spent more than 300 days on the ISS. You can learn more about National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution careers h...
    > STEM in 30