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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  • 07/29/21
    Since it is #NavyWeekCheyenne, WY, let’s take a look at USS Wyoming (BB-32): Commissioned in 1912, Wyoming took part in Vera Cruz, WWI, and saw regular service until 1931, when she became a training ...
    > Naval History & Heritage Command
  • 07/29/21
    Now on view at our DC museum: “Kwel’ Hoy: We Draw the Line,” a cross-country tour, traveling museum exhibition, and series of public programs that uplift Indigenous leadership in struggles to protect ...
    > Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American
  • 07/29/21
    #ICYMI On Tuesday, July 27th, the Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC) unveiled an exhibit entitled “Future Campus Vision” featuring development plans for the new National Museum of the United St...
    > Naval History & Heritage Command
  • 07/29/21
    As we continue celebrating the 25th anniversary of NHHC's Underwater Archaeology Branch (UAB) we want to highlight some of their more notable surveys, explorations, and findings. In 2017, the Austra...
    > Naval History & Heritage Command
  • 07/29/21
    Important #Smithsonian visiting update 👇 Masks required for all visitors 2 and older starting Friday, July 30.
    > Smithsonian's National Museum of Asian Art
  • 07/29/21
    Planning a visit as we gradually reopen Smithsonian locations? Find visiting info at http://si.edu/visit. Starting Friday, July 30, all visitors ages 2 and older are required to wear a mask while visi...
    > Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American
  • 07/29/21
    #OTD in 1967, USS Forrestal (CVA-59) suffered a catastrophic fire during flight operations while on Yankee Station off the coast of Vietnam. The fire killed 134 Sailors and aviators and seriously inj...
    > Naval History & Heritage Command
  • 07/29/21
    In August 1870, Mr. Douglas moved to Washington, DC. He owned the properties at 318 and 320 A St., Northeast. He would reside there until he moved to "Cedar Hill" in 1877. What was the location of y...
    > Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
  • 07/28/21
    #WarshipWednesday: The USS Wyoming (Monitor #10) was commissioned in December 1902 at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California. Operating with the protected cruiser Boston in the spring of 1904...
    > Naval History & Heritage Command
  • 07/28/21
    As we continue celebrating the 25th anniversary of NHHC's Underwater Archaeology Branch (UAB) we want to highlight some of their contributions, including how UA preserves sunken and terrestrial Navy c...
    > Naval History & Heritage Command
  • 07/28/21
    🎖️🐢Alligator snapping turtles are the largest freshwater turtles in the world! Native to the southern United States, males can weigh up to 200 pounds and have a carapace as long as 📏31 inches. That's ...
    > Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation B
  • 07/28/21
    #OTD in 1945 USS Callaghan (DD 792) is the last ship sunk by a Japanese kamikaze attack when she hits a radar picket station approximately 50 miles southwest of Okinawa, 25X 43N, 126X 55E. USS Prichet...
    > Naval History & Heritage Command
  • 07/28/21
    “Where “knowledge is power,” that nation is the most powerful which has the largest population of intelligent men; for a nation to cramp, and circumscribe the mental faculties of a class of its inhabi...
    > Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
  • 07/27/21
    Our Outreach Team is checking in from Cheyenne, WY! #FunFact: USS Cheyenne (SSN 773) is the final Los Angeles-class submarine to be built for the U.S. Navy and the third ship in naval history to be ...
    > Naval History & Heritage Command