As the Smithsonian continues developing a national black history museum, it’s offering a look at Thomas Jefferson’s lifelong slave ownership through an exhibit that explores the lives of six slave families at his Monticello plantation.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum is announcing details of its first major exhibit exploring the art and evolution of video games.
The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum is marking the 100th anniversary of U.S. Marine Corps aviation with an art exhibit retracing the history of military aviators.
Mummies have returned to the National Mall in a bigger home at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.
Before the civil rights movement, one local university was at the forefront. Today, Morgan State is rewriting the history book.
The Smithsonian is taking the first ladies’ gowns off display for about three weeks as the National Museum of American History prepares a new home for the popular dresses in Washington.
The history of electric cars is going on display at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History with two “electrifying cars” from the early 20th century.
Long-hidden writings of the ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes are ready to go on display at Baltimore’s Walters Art Museum.
Currently, AVAM is hosting the exhibition “What Makes Us Smile?” in honor of the museum’s 15th anniversary. With only a couple of weeks left in the yearlong exhibition, Baltimoreans with a sense of humor and art aficionados alike can escape the heat and humidity through Sept. 4 to meet their chuckle quota for the day.
They’re slimy and fascinating, and now you have a chance to see them in Baltimore. They’re giant salamanders that hide under rocks.
Frederick is hosting a competitive open-air painting festival this week with 30 professional artists taking to the streets to capture the city’s historic architecture and streetscapes.
Amtrak’s exhibit train is making its next stop in Baltimore.