City: Washington

8th and F Streets, NW,

Dedicated to American art, exhibits include drawings, paintings, sculptures and photographs.

Category:Arts
Telephone202-633-7970

600 Independence Avenue at 6th Street SW,

Includes exhibits, an IMAX theater and a planetarium. Free daily educational programs.  

Category:Science Museums
Telephone202-633-2214

950 Independence Avenue SW,

Visit the “playtime” section of the website for kid-friendly activities. Permanent and rotating exhibits showcase the art of the African continent and diaspora.

Category:Arts
Telephone202-633-4600

14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW,

See the original flag that inspired “The Star-Spangled Banner” along with daily activities, tours and exhibits.

Telephone202-633-1000

10th Street and Constitution Avenue NW,

Exhibits on everything from cultures to oceans to rocks and minerals. Also includes an IMAX theater.

Category:Science Museums
Telephone202-633-1000

4th Street and Independence Avenue SW,

Part of the Smithsonian, the museum examines the history and current status of the American Indian.

Telephone202-633-6644

National Zoo

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3001 Connecticut Avenue NW,

Pandas and more at this free zoo. Learn about animal habits, habitats and conservation.

Category:Zoo
Telephone202-633-4888

1050 Independence Avenue SW,

Art from everywhere — from Greece to America to the near and far East — with a focus on Asian art. Educational programs occur often.

Category:Arts
Telephone202-633-4880

7th Street and Independence Avenue SW,

Introduce or deepen children’s understanding of and exposure to modern and contemporary art.

Category:Arts
Telephone202-633-4674
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