Museum Shops in Washington, D.C.
To find the sort of souvenirs you take home for the family, you can combine your sightseeing with your shopping. Some of...April 28, 20160
Smithsonian Castle and Information Center
The story of the grand, red-sandstone Smithsonian Institution Building starts with the story of James Smithson, founding patron of the Smithsonian...March 28, 2016
Washington Memorials Along the Bank of the Tidal Basin
No city in the United States features as many top-tier museums, monuments, and cultural exhibits as Washington, D.C. For a family on...February 15, 2016
The Unofficial Guide to Washington D.C.
The Unofficial Guide to Washington, D.C. The Insider’s Guide to the Nation’s Capital Enter our GIVEAWAY for a chance to win a...December 14, 2015
Georgetown: A Culinary Visit
A Sweet Tour of Georgetown, Washington, D.C. By Renee Sklarew Like many neighborhoods in Washington, D.C., the food scene...November 2, 2015
Enjoying Nature In and Around Washington, D.C.
By Renee Sklarew Summer is an important time to get kids outside, according to Michael Oberschneider, a well-known Washington, D.C.-area...October 5, 2015
Touring the White House
The White House – Home of the First Family Though this is the Executive Mansion, home to the...July 27, 2015
Washington National Cathedral
In today’s post, we take a tour of Washington National Cathedral. Join us! This massive, 102-year-old Gothic cathedral, formally titled...May 25, 2015
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
“The Wall,” as it is known, is a black, V-shaped rift in the earth, nearly 494 feet long and ranging...May 4, 2015
National Museum of American History
After a two-year renovation, this irresistibly eclectic museum—affectionately nicknamed “the nation’s attic,” its entire collection tops 3 million items—gives full due...April 13, 2015