Once again the West Lawn of the US Capitol serves as the choice venue for musical celebration for a national holiday. The National Symphony Orchestra will be featured at the Labor Day Concert on September 4th at 8PM. Admission to the … Continue reading
The National Cathedral is open to people of all faiths to come and worship. The Cathedral’s construction began in 1907. The first stone laid was brought from a field in Bethlehem. It has been a point of unity in our nation’s time of difficulty and … Continue reading
Want to have your picture taken next to President Obama? Or along with many others like Denzel Washington, Will Smith, Muhammad Ali, Rosa Parks and Ella Fitzgerald. Check out their list of other figures on display here. Hours: Open all year, Monday to … Continue reading
The National Museum of Crime & Punishment is a museum dedicated to the history of criminology and penology in America. It is located in the Penn Quarter neighborhood of Washington, DC, near the Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro station. Opened 3 years ago, the museum … Continue reading
The Rail-Volution 2011 will be held at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel on October 16th-19th, 2011. Alexis, Innkeeper American Guest House Bed and Breakfast Washington DC Bed and Breakfast accommodations . We are centrally located, 10 minutes walk to DuPont Circle metro/subway, 1 mile … Continue reading
The Daughters of American Revolution Museum features exhibitions of furniture and other decorative art from the pre-industrial American era. The musueum is comprised of two galleries containing both permanent and changing exhibitions. DAR museum also provides on site tours of their … Continue reading
Last updated byat .