Dates: June 1-2, 2013
- Anderson House
2118 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, DC (202) 785-2040.
Saturday, 10am–4 pm; Sunday, 1–5 pm Experience the history and splendor of Gilded Age Washington. This 1905 Beaux Arts mansion was the home of American diplomat Larz Anderson and his wife and is now the headquarters of The Society of the Cincinnati, founded in 1783 to preserve the memory of the American Revolution.
- Dumbarton House
2715 Que St., NW, Washington, DC. (202) 337-2288.
Saturday, 10am–4 pm; Sunday, 1–5 pm Step back in time to Federal America, circa 1800, at historic Dumbarton House, an elegant museum that once hosted first lady Dolley Madison.
- Fondo del Sol Visual Arts Center
2112 R Street, NW, Washington, DC(202) 483-2777 or (202) 265-9235
Saturday, 10 am–5 pm; Sunday, 11am–5 pm Fondo del Sol is a bilingual, community-based museum dedicated to the art and cultural heritage of the people of Latin America and the Caribbean.
- Mary McLeod Bethune Council House National Historic Site
1318 Vermont Ave, NW, Washington, DC (202) 673-2402
The historic house commemorates the life of Mary McLeod Bethune, an African American woman who grew up in poverty in South Carolina, yet rose to become an influential educator, presidential advisor, and political activist.
- National Museum of American Jewish Military History
1811 R St. NW Washington DC. (202) 265-6280.
Saturday, CLOSED; Sunday, 1-5 p.m. The museum documents and preserves the contributions of Jewish Americans to the peace and freedom of the United States.
- Phillips Collection
1600 21st Street, NW, Washington, DC (202) 387-2151
Saturday, 10 am–5 pm; Sunday, 11 am–6 pm. Programming: Jazz 'n Families Fun Days. Musicians improvise to artworks in the permanent collection, and visitors create jazz-inspired sculpture to take home, explore an exhibition of artworks by local elementary students, and visit the instrument petting zoo. Interactive, all-ages discovery packs are available to enhance the experience. In collaboration with the DC Jazz Festival.
- The Textile Museum
2320 S Street, NW, Washington, DC (202) 667-0441
This FREE festival invites visitors of all ages to explore the textile arts and cultures of the world through hands-on activities and artist demonstrations in the museum's gardens, historic buildings, and galleries.
- Woodrow Wilson House
2340 S St, NW, Washington, DC (202)387-4062 ext. 12.
President Wilson lived here until his death in 1924, and Mrs. (Edith) Wilson lived in the home until her death in 1961. Celebrations mark the 100th anniversary of the Wilson administration.