National Portrait Gallery
D.C. is easily walkable; you can walk around for hours exploring the different neighborhoods. And, because the city is filled with a number of different museums and attractions, you can plan out a fun walking tour. If you are an art lover, a walking tour of some of the city’s wonderful arts institutions would be a great idea. Start with this itinerary and then explore on your own.
There is no shortage of museums in Washington, D.C. There are museums dedicated art, history, science, crime and more. That means there is always some interesting and informative exhibits going on in the city. Whatever subject you are interested there is bound to be an exhibit that you want to see. These are the best upcoming museum exhibits in Washington, D.C.
Stephen Colbert’s image is returning to the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery to mark the end of his nine-year persona on Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report.”
America has many of the world’s greatest museums, some of which are free.
The iconic National Mall will soon transform into an enormous 6-acre portrait made out of sand and soil.
One of the most famous portraits of George Washington will soon get a high-tech examination and face-lift of sorts with its first major conservation treatment in decades.
With so many museums and galleries in the Washington, D.C. area, you should be able to find an art exhibit your children can enjoy. Here are the best art exhibits for kids in D.C.
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Art is the spice of life. Here’s an update on some exhibits that you are sure to enjoy.
The Smithsonian is hosting a viewing party for the final match of the World Cup.