dc museums

It has been a rough winter in Washington D.C.! Have you been scrambling for fun, engaging activities to do with your family
"The Alien’s Guide to the Ruins of Washington, D.C." takes place thousands of years in the future and gives its alien archaeologists
"In the Tower: Kerry James Marshall" is composed of 10 paintings and more than 20 drawings by the Alabama native, including
Ron Burgundy will finally be recognized for his contributions to journalism excellence when "Anchorman: The Exhibit" opens at the Newseum in November 2013.
There's also an interactive element for budding Ron Burgundys and Veronica Corningstones: WASHINGTON -- Ron Burgundy will
"Yoga: The Art of Transformation" doesn't open at the Sackler Gallery until October 19, but Wednesday the museum kicked off
For those museums that do charge an entrance fee, we're always trying to take advantage of open house days. This Saturday
While the actual "Phoenix Project" is on display at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, "Nine Deaths, Two Births
Some of the additional programming for "Pump Me Up" includes a curators talk with Gastman on February 27, "The Legacy of
On Tuesday, Feb. 5, National Geographic Kids will display tens of thousands of shoes in the courtyard of the National Geographic
WASHINGTON -- D.C.'s Museum of Crime and Punishment is hosting a heartbreaking exhibition about dog fighting, from now through
A museum dedicated to architecture, engineering and design may not seem like an obvious place to take young children, but the National Building Museum currently has two large rooms dedicated to play for children two and up.
Law enforcement and fire and rescue officials escorted the artifacts as they were driven on a flatbed truck from New York
Compellingly odd: An interactive timeline tracing the origins and development of our modern mortgage system and a touchable
Other museum-building efforts do employ educational directors. For instance, the Smithsonian's National Museum of African
But West, the founding director of the National Museum of the American Indian, said it isn't necessary to wait until a site
According to the Hirshhorn staffer, Bloomberg LP wanted to avoid the potentially negative financial connotations associated
The Washington Post got into the more practical side of the exhibition with its piece describing the technological and bureaucratic
For just one short week, the National Museum of American History hosted a powerful temporary exhibit, "September 11: Remembrance and Reflection."
My favorite place in D.C. is an oasis of contemplative calm smack in the center of the city's most chaotic tourist hotspot -- the Freer Gallery of Art.