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Welcome to Washington, DC!

In Washington, DC, you'll enjoy access to fascinating, FREE attractions and historic sights.  Touch a moon rock, marvel at the Hope Diamond, view Dorothy's Ruby Red slippers or explore Native American culture at the Smithsonian's Institution's fifteen Washington, DC area facilities.  Discover treasures like the Gutenberg Bible at the Library of Congress, the only Leonardo da Vinci painting in North America at the National Gallery of Art and historic documents like the Declaration of Independence at the National Archives.

Take a peek at the year ahead...

November

  • A Christmas Carol, Ford's Theatre - Nov. 3 - Jan. 3
  • Terra Cotta Warriors, National Geographic Museum - Nov. 19-March 31, 2010
  • The Fantasticks, Arena Stage at Lincoln Theatre - Nov. 20-Jan. 3

December

  • Nutcracker, Washington Ballet - Dec.10-27
  • Young Frankenstein, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - Dec. 15-Jan. 10
  • National Christmas Tree Lighting & Music Program, White House

January

  • The Rivalry, Ford's Theatre - Jan. 15-19
  • Turner to Cezanne: Masterpieces, Corcoran Gallery of Art - Jan. 30th-April 25

February

  • Georgia O'Keefe: Abstraction, the Phillips Collection - Feb. 6-May 9
  • President's Day - Feb. 15th
  • Black History Month

March

  • Little Shop of Horror's, Ford's Theatre - March 12-May 23
  •  National Cherry Blossom Festival - March 27-April 11
  • Real World DC, airs on MTV

For the complete listing, visit www.washington.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our common threads, combined histories - monuments to the past and hopes for the future - are all beacons of democracy in Washington, DC.

We invite you to come...And be inspired.