Museums in Washington D.C., DC - Page 4

Find museums in Washington D.C., DC. Listings include National Geographic Museum, Smithsonian Mass Digitization, The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America, America's Islamic Heritage Museum, Velvet Foundation and Heurich House Museum. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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  • 04/02/20
    2 APRIL 1865 - SIEGE OF PETERSBURG ENDS - #CIVILWAR #Armyhistory With several key positions of the Petersburg defenses falling to an assault by United States troops on 2 April 1865, Lieutenant Genera...
    > U.S. Army Center of Military History
  • 04/02/20
    Today in 1792 Pres. Washington signed a bill establishing a national #mint and regulating coins, including the #gold $10 eagle. People could bring their gold and #silver to the mint to be made into or...
    > Today in Capitol History
  • 04/01/20
    #spyfromhome episode 2 has dropped. Send us your photos in disguise!
    > International Spy Museum Educators page
  • 04/01/20
    Today in 1972 Dolly Seelmeyer became the House's first woman photographer. For more than 30 years, she documented everything from constituent visits to committee work, including Nixon #impeachment inv...
    > Today in Capitol History
  • 04/01/20
    We are making #Armyhistory every day in the fight against #Covid19 Secretary of the Army #TRADOC
    > U.S. Army Center of Military History
  • 04/01/20
    Are you searching for a connection to nature while dealing with our current crisis? Order certified nature and forest therapy guide Melanie Choukas-Bradley’s book, “The Joy of Forest Bathing.” #Forest...
    > National Bonsai Foundation
  • 04/01/20
    Last month, our reading room received a makeover with our worn-out carpet being replaced! Due to recent events, we haven't been able to finish tidying up, but here is a sneak peek of the room before,...
    > Catholic University Special Collections
  • 04/01/20
    In a recent National Catholic Reporter piece, Curator Maria Mazzenga provides historical context on how American Catholics responded with reforms following the experiences of World War I and the 1918 ...
    > Catholic University Special Collections
  • 04/01/20
    1 APRIL 1945 - BATTLE OF OKINAWA - #WWII75 #Armyhistory 75 years ago ... On 1 Apr 1945, the U.S. Tenth Army invaded Okinawa in the Ryukyus Islands, which the Japanese considered home territory. Comma...
    > U.S. Army Center of Military History
  • 04/01/20
    With all the current “#StayAtHome” orders, immersing kids in nature might be a bit trickier than usual. Sandi Schwartz on Parent Co. has some tips to help youngsters unwind and stay curious about the ...
    > National Bonsai Foundation
  • 03/31/20
    The longest-serving hospital ships in continuous operation in our history, Mercy and Comfort have long captured the public’s imagination due to their vast medical capabilities as floating hospitals, b...
    > Naval History & Heritage Command
  • 03/31/20
    How can we cultivate feelings of connection and understanding when we are social distancing? Join us on Tuesday, April 7th at 2pm as we host our friend, Laura Banks, a Certified Compassion Cultivation...
    > President Lincoln's Cottage
  • 03/31/20
    “These are challenging times right now for all of us, but there is no doubt that women have, and will continue to make history in exciting ways.”- Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday and Mrs. L...
    > Naval History & Heritage Command
  • 03/31/20
    Jazz pianist and singer Hazel Scott was a musical prodigy who discovered the piano at the age of 3. She was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad on June 11, 1920. At the age of eight, she was admitted to t...
    > Smithsonian National Museum of African Americ