Here's a guide to some of the coolest objects and interactive exhibits in the American History Museum's new innovation wing.
What does this year’s Folklife Festival theme, “Peru: Pachamama,” mean? We had to look it up. See below for the answer and more words to help you navigate this year’s festival.
A new exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian investigates the astounding engineering feats of an ancient civilization.
Due to turf restoration on the National Mall, the festival is bringing in about 80 fewer artists than usual and occupying just one block of Mall space instead of the usual five.
Two time capsules were found by contractors restoring Baltimore's Washington Monument. Here's a sneak peek at their contents, which will be on display starting July 4.
A kestrel with a broken leg aims to unseat the squirrel with a cast for D.C.'s cutest injured wildlife.
On Wednesday, seven ballet dancers will invent a new dance based on audience suggestions. This may not seem crazy to anyone familiar with improv comedy shows like “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” But it’s edgy for the ballet world, according to choreographer Diane Coburn Bruning.
Bryan Berg used 300 decks of playing cards to construct the U.S. Capitol building at the Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore. So far, it looks pretty solid, but the 7-foot Washington Monument of cards has the professional card stacker worried.
All four eaglets born in D.C. this spring have left their respective nests and are learning to fly and hunt.
The DC Circulator will shuttle tourists around the National Mall for $1 per ride.