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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 National Museum of African American History and Culture and National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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  • 02/07/23
    This #BlackHistoryMonth, learn more about community efforts to establish the Patriots of African Descent Monument at Valley Forge National Historical Park, to honor and raise awareness of Black Patrio...
    > American Battlefield Protection Program, NPS
  • 02/06/23
    While studying a nearby pair of merging galaxies using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA)โ€” an international observatory co-operated by the U.S. National Science Foundationโ€™s Natio...
    > Friends of Arlington's David M. Brown Planeta
  • 02/06/23
    Photo: African-American U.S. Merchant Marine sailors R. C. Woods, A. M. Mulzac, W. B. Shepard, and S. O'Neil pose with the Liberty Ship SS Booker T. Washington's furry mascot 'Booker' on February 6, ...
    > Friends of the National World War II Memorial
  • 02/06/23
    If the Smithsonian fielded its own football team, this would *not* be the official ball...or would it? Citrine, a gem variety of quartz, is notable for its gorgeous smoky yellow hue, which is caused...
    > Smithsonian National Museum of Natural Histor
  • 02/06/23
    ANNOUNCING February 26 book signing event at The O Museum. Sign up here: https://hubs.li/Q01zlFQY0 Diem Jones, author of 'God: The Journey Within', is a thought leader, writer, poet and museum. His b...
    > The Mansion on O & O Street Museum
  • 02/06/23
    Thursday, Feb 9, 2023 at 7 pm FREEDMAN'S VILLAGE Marymount University Main Campus, library auditorium This program is free and open to the public. You can attend via Zoom or in-person. See details be...
    > Arlington Historical Society
  • 02/06/23
    From the March 2022 Issue
    > Friends of Arlington's David M. Brown Planeta
  • 02/06/23
    On this day in Arlington history, February 6, 1948, the Arlington Sun wrote that the League of Women Voters was supporting a Virginia constitutional amendment to abolish the poll tax. The poll tax was...
    > Arlington Historical Society
  • 02/06/23
    Cundo Bermudez (Cuba, b.1914, d.2008) Lunes 21 de Diciembre (Interior), 1974 Oil on canvas OAS AMA | Art Museum of the Americas Collection Afro-Caribbean Motifs of the AMA Collection Now on view Co...
    > Art Museum of the Americas
  • 02/06/23
    February 6, 1945: An African-American U.S. Army soldier and a Chinese soldier place the flag of their ally on the front of their jeep just before the first truck convoy in almost three years crossed ...
    > Friends of the National World War II Memorial
  • 02/06/23
    Gert Schramm was just 15 years old when he was arrested and imprisoned in the Buchenwald concentration camp. Born in Germany in 1928, Gert was the son of a Black American father and a white German m...
    > United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • 02/06/23
    Ever heard of the National Association of Fashion and Accessory Designers (NAFAD)? With the support of #MaryMcLeodBethune and the National Council of Negro Women, Jeanetta Welch Brown (#NCNWโ€™s first p...
    > Mary McLeod Bethune Council House National Hi
  • 02/06/23
    It's #MoveOutMonday! Our collections staff is busy removing loaned objects from #exhibit and preparing them for their eventual return to their owners. These #ship models were taken out of their cases...
    > National Museum of the United States Navy
  • 02/06/23
    Donald Eugene Rudolph of South Haven, Minnesota, was a recipient of the Medal of Honor for his extraordinary actions on this day in 1945 on Luzon island in the northern Philippines. Rudolph joined th...
    > Friends of the National World War II Memorial