302 Found

302 Found

16053002739244671281:VNQ01-NPPRY35:1432991659:165

Save to Go Out List

You must be signed in to complete this action. Sign In or Register

Model Train Garden

| 202-225-8333 | Web site »

Map What's Nearby

Results for Keyword, event or venue Nearby Model Train Garden

 
 

Driving Directions:

  • To here
  • From here
Submit
 
 
 
 
Submit
 
 
 
 
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7167
1.  

Museum

U.S. Botanic Garden

100 Maryland Ave. SW, Washington, DC | 202-225-8333
 
2.

Museum

James A. Garfield Memorial

First Street and Maryland Avenue SW, Washington, DC | 202-225-6827
 
3.

Museum

National Garden

100 Maryland Ave. SW, Washington, DC | 202-225-8333
 
4.

Museum

The Gen. Ulysses S. Grant Memorial

At the Capitol Reflecting Pool, Washington, DC | 202-225-6827
 
5.

Miscellaneous Location

Various locations

(7 locations)
 
6.  

Museum

U.S. Capitol

East Capitol and First streets, Washington, DC | 202-226-8000
 
7.

Performing Arts | 6/19 - 6/28

DC Black Theatre Festival

Various locations Around, Washington, DC

 
8.

Music Event | 7/4

A Capitol Fourth

U.S. Capitol East Capitol and First streets, Washington, DC | 202-467-4600

 
9.

Music Event | 6/2

United States Air Force Band

The concert band and the Singing Sergeants present "From Sea to Shining Sea." See all United States Air Force Band locations U.S. Capitol (2 locations)

 
10.

Museum

National Museum of the American Indian - Smithsonian Institution

Fourth Street and Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC | 202-633-1000
 
11.

Miscellaneous Event | 7/17

Living Earth Symposium

This symposium explores ways to build a healthier, more resilient food system. National Museum of the American Indian - Smithsonian Institution Fourth Street and Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC | 202-633-1000

 
12.

Miscellaneous Event | 2/2/20

The Sublime World of Noel Coward

Steve Ross performs an evening of music and words about Sir Noel Coward. At the Rasmuson Theater. National Museum of the American Indian - Smithsonian Institution Fourth Street and Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC | 202-633-3030

 
13.

Exhibit | Through 12/29

Commemorating Controversy: The Dakota-U.S. War of 1862

An exhibition featuring twelve panels exploring the causes, voices, events and consequences of the conflict. National Museum of the American Indian - Smithsonian Institution Fourth Street and Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC | 202-633-1000

 
14.

Exhibit | Through 12/12/18

Nation to Nation: Treaties Between the United States and American Indian Nations

An exhibition exploring the relationship between Native American nations and the United States. National Museum of the American Indian - Smithsonian Institution Fourth Street and Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC | 202-633-1000

 
15.

Exhibit | Through 7/6

Our Lives: Contemporary Life and Identities

An exhibition examining how eight Native American communities live in the 21st century. National Museum of the American Indian - Smithsonian Institution Fourth Street and Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC | 202-633-1000

 
16.

Exhibit | 6/26 - 6/1/18

The Great Inka Road: Engineering an Empire

To celebrate the construction of the Inka Road, which linked Cusco to the farthest reaches of the empire, the exhibition explores its foundations in earlier Andean cultures, technologies that made building the road possible and the legacy of the Inka Empire during the colonial period through the present day. National Museum of the American Indian - Smithsonian Institution Fourth Street and Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC | 202-633-1000

 
17.

Miscellaneous Location

Federal Center SW Metro Station

401 3rd Street, SW, Washington, DC | 202-637-7000
 
18.

Miscellaneous Location

Casa Italiana

595 1/2 Third St. NW, Washington, DC | 202-638-1348
 
19.

Performing Arts | 5/30

Riverbend Opera

The opera company presents a fully staged production of Francesco Cilea's 1902 opera, "Adriana Lecouvreur," featuring professional opera singers accompanied by an orchestra and piano. See all Riverbend Opera locations Casa Italiana (4 locations)

 
20.

Store

Washington Design Center

300 D St. SW, Washington, DC | 202-554-5053
 
21.  

Restaurant | $$

Mitsitam Cafe

4th St. and Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC | 202-633-1000
 
22.

Miscellaneous Location

Constitution and Louisiana Avenues

Constitution and Louisiana avenues, Washington, DC | 202-619-7222
 
23.

Miscellaneous Location

Capitol South Metro Station

355 First Street, SE, Washington, DC | 202-637-7000
 
24.

Miscellaneous Location

U.S. Department of Education

400 Maryland Ave. SW, Washington, DC
 
25.  

Restaurant | $$$

Charlie Palmer Steak

101 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC | 202-547-8100
Editors' Picks: Best steakhouses
 
26.

Miscellaneous Location

Library of Congress - Thomas Jefferson Bldg.

10 First St. SE, Washington, DC | 202-707-5000
 
27.

Miscellaneous Event | Through 3/19/16

Pointing Their Pens: Herblock and Fellow Cartoonists Confront the Issues

An exhibition pairing editorial cartoonist Herbert L. Block's cartoons with the works of his conservative contemporaries reveals the range of editorial opinions that came from such topics as World War II, the Red Scare, the Cold War, the Vietnam War and more. At the Jefferson Building. See all Pointing Their Pens: Herblock and Fellow Cartoonists Confront the Issues locations Library of Congress - Thomas Jefferson Bldg. (2 locations)

 
28.

Exhibit | Through 12/1

Mapping a New Nation: Abel Buell's Map of the United States, 1784

An exhibition of Abel Buell's map of the United States, the first map compiled, printed and published in America by an American. At the Jefferson Building. See all Mapping a New Nation: Abel Buell's Map of the United States, 1784 locations Library of Congress - Thomas Jefferson Bldg. (2 locations)

 
29.

Exhibit | Through 3/19/16

Herblock Looks at 1965: Fifty Years Ago in Editorial Cartoons

An exhibition celebrating the work of editorial cartoonist Herbert L. Block features 10 original drawings by the artist from the Library of Congress's Herbert L. Block Collection. At the Jefferson Building. Library of Congress - Thomas Jefferson Bldg. 10 First St. SE, Washington, DC | 202-707-9779

 
30.

Exhibit | Through 9/12

The Civil Rights Act of 1964: A Long Struggle for Freedom

With more than 200 items on display, two new films and 10 audiovisual stations with news and documentary footage, this exhibition highlights the first major civil rights law passed by Congress since Reconstruction. At the Jefferson Building, Southwest Gallery. See all The Civil Rights Act of 1964: A Long Struggle for Freedom locations Library of Congress - Thomas Jefferson Bldg. (2 locations)

 
31.

Exhibit | 6/4 - 1/2/16

First Among Many: The Bay Psalm Book and Early Moments in American Printing

This exhibition tells the story of American printing as it evolved from a colonial necessity to the clarion of freedom, with many iconic treasures and, for the first time, a display of two copies of the first book to be printed in what is now the United States, known as the Bay Psalm Book. At the Jefferson Building. Library of Congress - Thomas Jefferson Bldg. 10 First St. SE, Washington, DC | 202-707-9779

 
32.

Exhibit | Through 5/1/16

Out of the Ashes: A New Library for Congress and the Nation

In honor of the 200th anniversary of the acquisition of Thomas Jefferson's 6,487-volume library, eight items, including Jefferson's inventory list, are displayed. At the Jefferson Building. Library of Congress - Thomas Jefferson Bldg. 10 First St. SE, Washington, DC | 202-707-9779

 
33.

Miscellaneous Location

Capitol Visitor Center

First and East Capitol streets NE, Washington, DC | 202-226-8000
 
34.

Restaurant | $

Tortilla Coast

(2 locations)
 
35.

Restaurant | $

Talay Thai

406 1st St SE, Washington, DC | 202-546-5100
 
36.  

Theater

Mary Pickford Theater

101 Independence Avenue SE - 3rd floor - James Madison Building, Washington, DC | (202)707-5677
 
37.  

Museum

National Gallery of Art

Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215
Editors' Picks: Top local attractions
 
38.

Miscellaneous Event | 5/30

The Time We Killed and Native New Yorker

A screening of the film "The Time We Killed," a film about a agoraphobic writer who is unable to leave her New York apartment amid the background of the war in Afghanistan followed by a screening of "Native New Yorker." National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
39.

Miscellaneous Event | Through 6/12

In the Library: the Robert L. Feller and Ruth M. Johnston Feller Collection

The books featured in this collection include rare volumes from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Some highlights include conservator Robert Feller's notebook on samples taken in Florence and a series of editions of artist manuals and instruction books. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
40.

Exhibit | 6/7 - 10/4

Acquisitions of Italian Renaissance Prints: Ideas Made Flesh

This exhibition presents some two dozen Renaissance prints, reflecting the principal styles and numerous major masters of the period. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
41.

Exhibit | Through 7/5

Peter Paul Rubens: The Three Magi Reunited

The 17th-cenutry Flemish painter's portraits of the Three Magi will be displayed together for the first time in over a century. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
42.

Exhibit | 6/28 - 10/4

Gustave Caillebotte: The Painter's Eye

More than 40 paintings from 1875 through 1882 -- Caillebotte's most impressionistic period -- are displayed, providing a more focused understanding of his provocative character and artistic contributions. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
43.

Exhibit | 6/28 - 10/4

Pleasure and Piety: The Art of Joachim Wtewael (1566-1638)

The first monographic exhibition on the Dutch painter Joachim Wtewael showcases his striking mannerist style and remarkable technical ability with some 45 masterpieces. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
44.

Exhibit | Through 7/26

In Light of the Past: Celebrating 25 Years of Photography at the National Gallery of Art

Presented in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the gallery's photography program, this exhibition features 175 photos from the NGA's collection. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
45.

Exhibit | Through 9/13

The Memory of Time: Contemporary Photographs at the National Gallery of Art

Presented in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the NGA's photography program, more than 75 works by 26 artists from around the world are displayed. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
46.

Exhibit | 8/8 - 2/7/16

From the Library: Photobooks After Frank

This focus installation explores the role of the photobook in the decades following Robert Frank's seminal work and the ways in which it shaped the emergence of photography as a viable fine art. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
47.

Exhibit, Book Event | Through 7/26

Drawing in Silver and Gold: Leonardo to Jasper Johns

Examining the history of metalpoint, this exhibition features 90 drawings from the late Middle Ages to the present. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
48.

Exhibit | Through 3/11/17

Civic Pride: Dutch Group Portraits From Amsterdam

Rare depictions of meetings inside the Kloveniersdoelen, the gathering place of one of Amsterdam's three militia companies, by Govert Flinck and Bartholomeus van der Helst. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
49.

Exhibit, Book Event | Through 8/2

From the Library: Florentine Publishing in the Renaissance

An exhibition of books from the late 15th century through the early 17th century shows the development of publishing as it relates to the artistic and scholarly community of Florence. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
50.

Exhibit | Through 3/11/17

Civic Pride: Group Portraits From Amsterdam

Rare depictions by Govert Flinck and Bartholomeus van der Helst of meetings inside the Kloveniersdoelen, the gathering place of one of Amsterdam's three militia companies. National Gallery of Art Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202-737-4215

 
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7167

Results per page:

Save to My Theaters

You must be signed in to complete this action. Sign In or Register

What You've Recently Viewed On Going Out Guide

Save to Go Out List

You must be signed in to complete this action. Sign In or Register