Hoping to snag a glimpse of the inside of the White House, the first dog or even first lady Michelle Obama? Now may be your chance.
The operators of a Washington Segway tour business have lost a lawsuit against the city over regulations that require tour guides to be knowledgeable about city history and architecture.
The National Archives is canceling reservations for late afternoon and evening tours due to automatic federal budget cuts taking effect.
President Barack Obama is opening the door to the possibility of a resumption of White House tours for student groups amid some confusion over who made the ultimate decision to cancel them.
A zoo near Cumberland is fighting a 45-day suspension ordered by the U.S. Agriculture Department for repeated violations of the Animal Welfare Act from 2006 to 2010.
There’s a new application to help visitors navigate the massive collection of the Smithsonian’s 15 Washington museums and the National Zoo.
New Market, Md., St. Michaels, Md. and Lancaster, Pa. are home to some of best day trips outside of Baltimore City.
Halloween might mean candy and costumes to some, but it means much more to Baltimore. After all, this is the final resting place of Edgar Allan Poe, home to forts and ports said to house wandering souls, and a cultural center heavy on artists who get particularly crafty this time of year.
Walking through aisles of the Food Lion grocery store, a small group of women pick up boxes of cereal, packages of margarine and cans of vegetables.
Officials estimate nearly 7,000 people went through the doors of the new Meritus Medical Center as part of an open house Sunday to show the public the five-level, $294 million facility that is scheduled to begin operations Dec. 11.