Archive for the ‘Museums’ Category

Posted at May 26, 2011 by 3 Comments

69. National Air and Space Museum

Thinking about checking out the National Air and Space Museum? Awesome.  It's regarded as the best aviation museum anywhere in the world. And for good reason.  Imagine in one place you get to check out the Apollo II command module, the ...

68. Washington National Cathedral

The Washington National Cathedral in DC is a simply awe inspiring place.  The towering architecture, the strikingly beautiful stained glass, the serene gardens...it's one of  those truly magical locations in Washington DC. Whether you're religious or not, you'll be able to appreciate the beauty that is the Washington National Cathedral.  Sure, ...

Posted at May 25, 2011 by 2 Comments

65 Smithsonian American Art Museum

I'm always on the lookout for little spots where I can hang out and work on this blog.  Well, I can't really call it work because this has been more fun than anything else. One of the spots that I do spend some time at is the Smithsonian American Art Museum ...

Posted at May 18, 2011 by 9 Comments
Category : Featured,Museums
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56. franciscan monastery dc

I want to share something with you, but you may need to sit down for this. You may not like it, but here goes: I'm not a huge fan of the Catholic church. I'm talking about the institution here.  The church has done some great things in the city most definitely and I ...

Posted at May 01, 2011 by 10 Comments
Category : Featured,Museums,Outside
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43. Washington DC Memorials and Monuments

The Top 10 (minus one) Washington DC Memorials, Monuments and Fun spots You've probably seen a gazillion reviews and articles on Washington DC memorials and monuments.  So instead of the usual, "Guide to DC" post, I wanted to bring you a photo tour of some of my favorite spots in ...

Posted at March 25, 2011 by 11 Comments
Category : Museums,Outside
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40. The Newseum Washington DC

Ask me to describe the Newseum in Washington DC and I'm usually not sure how to do it.  I end up rambling on about the Berlin Wall,  the Unabomber's hut, Hurricane Katrina, President Nixon's resignation, 9/11, Pulitzer Prize photos...and on and on. Then your eyes glaze over and I worry ...

Posted at March 19, 2011 by 0 Comment
Category : Kid Friendly,Museums
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10. National Museum of African Art

Washington DC is an absolutely wonderful place to be creative.  No question!  The city is filled with some of the most talented artists you'll find anywhere.  This adventure though, takes you on a voyage across the Atlantic to see art that has been a continuous inspiration ...

Posted at February 06, 2011 by 0 Comment
Category : Arts,Museums
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2. See the America I AM Exhibit

I'd like you tell you a secret about what inspires me most  about Washington DC.  It's probably not what you may think! It's not the awesome nightlife.  Nor the amazing food.  Or even the thriving music & arts scene. What makes Washington DC truly special? The People. And I am proud ...

Posted at October 18, 2010 by 1 Comment
Category : Museums
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