The discovery of "possibly contaminated soil" is pushing back the site’s reopening by several months
The National Park Service and nonprofits say the Tidal Basin could use up to $500 million in work
This year’s official peak bloom forecast for the famous blossoms has moved up a few days
The transit agency says it plans to take a weekend maintenance break for the next four weekends
It’s electric (literally)
The museum describes the project as a "front door" to the National Mall
The trees’ green-bud stage is already starting to be seen, according to the National Park Service
The festival kicks off on March 20, but an official peak-bloom prediction is still pending
From museums to dwellings to public artworks
They will start at 7 p.m. on Feb. 5 and extend for several blocks around the U.S. Capitol
It involves a major revamp to the Smithsonian Castle
Created as part of the "Hirshhorn in the City" project.
This 1920s-built model middle-class house captivated the nation with the dream of homeownership
From the Newseum to the Museum of American History, see where you can find portions of Germany’s Berlin Wall.
New seating, tables, desks, and more.
From the Kennedy Center to the House of Sweden, see which buildings are the most notable in the city.
The Smithsonian museum was named both overall winner and winner of the architecture category.
From the International Spy Museum to Audi Field, see what to get excited about.
A new Dolcezza coffee bar will open in February 2018.
From a Smithsonian celebration to a hip-hop performance, see what events are sure to make you feel jolly.
For those who really want to know Washington, D.C., don’t hesitate to check out the following books.
The trees, the lights, the holiday cheer—what's not to love about this time of the year?
Through January 9, designs will be accepted with finalists announced later that month.
The purpose of the artwork is to promote female empowerment.
The "reimagining" will offer brand new exhibits, artifacts, and a refaced marble facade.
The sculpture could have damaged the underlying turf and soil.
Expect new exhibits, roofing, and new cladding for the facade.
The National Mall’s oldest structure will become part of a new educational site.
Much different from the typical monuments seen on the National Mall, this sculpture is set to arrive along with a series of events.
From boat tours to spray parks to paddleboats, see all of your options for cooling off in the nation’s capital.
See where you can find the best viewing events and parties in and around Washington, D.C.
Take a blast to the past with the National Archives’ newest exhibition.
Eau de cabbage never seemed so compelling.
In response, a group of IMAX producers and directors are protesting the closing.
These public spaces are getting bigger, better, and more green.
Be sure to come early to avoid the traffic.
The refill will begin June 16.
Outdoor movies and jazz performances included.
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