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 Geographic Museum, Smithsonian, Naval History & Heritage Command and Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

ARTECHOUSE

ARTECHOUSE

1238 Maryland Ave SW, Washington D.C. 2002

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DAR Museum

DAR Museum

1776 D St NW, Washington D.C. 20006

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  • 10/23/21
    Wonderful gift or tribute! Selection of three stunning coins – Gold, Silver, Clad – each with a compelling, detailed design saluting law enforcement work. A portion of each sale goes to the National L...
    > National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fu
  • 10/23/21
    Beginning next Saturday, Oct. 30! In a 4-session virtual weekend course, examine some basic styles of appliqué work used by American quiltmakers, past and present. Historical and contemporary examples...
    > Smithsonian Studio Arts
  • 10/23/21
    #OnThisDay in 1944, Gen. Douglas MacArthur presented Filipino guerrilla leader Ruperto Kangleon with the Distinguished Service Cross for extraordinary heroism in combat. Kangleon's fighters were key t...
    > Friends of the National World War II Memorial
  • 10/23/21
    Congrats to The Camden County Historical Society for receiving a 150K Battlefield Interpretation Grant! The society will create an American Revolution Mobile App, featuring 39 interpretive signs that ...
    > American Battlefield Protection Program, NPS
  • 10/23/21
    "Written orders to the crew of USS Essex from Captain Donald B Duncan alerting crewmembers to the upcoming Line Crossing Ceremony, 22 Oct 1943" (National Museum of Naval Aviation) #WWII #OnThisDay #W...
    > Friends of the National World War II Memorial
  • 10/22/21
    Law enforcement officer safety and wellness is more important than ever, given the recent law enforcement officer suicides and unprecedented events. The National Suicide Awareness for Law Enforcemen...
    > National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fu
  • 10/22/21
    "Two U.S. Coast Guard-manned LST's open their great jaws in the surf on Leyte Island beach as soldiers strip down and build sandbag piers out to the ramps to speed up unloading operations, Leyte, Phil...
    > Friends of the National World War II Memorial
  • 10/22/21
    The Carter G. Woodson Home NHS mourns the loss of prolific illustrator Jerry Pinkney. In addition to his illustrations for countless children’s books, he also illustrated postage stamps, including the...
    > Carter G. Woodson Home National Historic Site
  • 10/22/21
    For nine days (October 23–31) the Smithsonian Craft Show will feature more than 98 contemporary craft artists online. Browse and shop works of wearable art, basketry, ceramics, decorative fibers, furn...
    > Smithsonian Studio Arts
  • 10/22/21
    Get ready for the big game day with award-winning Memorial Merlot! A portion of the proceeds helps benefit the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. Click here for more details: https://cas...
    > National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fu
  • 10/22/21
    Did you know that the Navy Memorial's Navy Log is the nation's largest publicly available repository of Sea Service personnel? It was established as a tribute to those who have served and a permanent...
    > US Navy Memorial
  • 10/22/21
    The USS Trigger was launched #OnThisDay in 1941. She would embark on twelve war patrols before being sunk in 1945. Her crew earned a Presidential Unit Citation and 11 Battle Stars. She was also featur...
    > Friends of the National World War II Memorial
  • 10/22/21
    Did you know the month of October is #NationalArtAndHumanitiesMonth? And did you know prize-winning writers, poets, and playwrights have documented and enhanced the American experience through their w...
    > Carter G. Woodson Home National Historic Site
  • 10/22/21
    Col. Edward Baker, the only U.S. Senator killed in battle, died at the Battle of Ball’s Bluff in Virginia #OnThisDay in 1861. Baker was shot six times at close range after he led Union reinforcements...
    > American Battlefield Protection Program, NPS