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The Smithsonian American History Museum is a great place for kids of all ages to use their imaginations and learn about our nation s history. Be sure to check out the Spark! Lab, a hands-on science and invention center and America on the Move where you ll see how transportation shaped America.
The Children’s Science Center Lab is an interactive museum, located in Fair Oaks Mall , where children, families and school groups can explore science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) concepts through fun, engaging hands-on exhibits, activities and programs. In addition to four experience zones with changing exhibits and activities, the Lab includes a flex-space “Garage” for camps, classes, workshops, parties and mini expositions.
The National Museum of the American Indian with its imagiNATIONS Activity Center offers hands-on activities for kids highlighting the diversity, history, culture and contributions of tribes across the Western Hemisphere. It features interactive games, storytelling programs and craft workshops.
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The grounds are daily, except December 75, from 8:55 . to 5:55 . Admission is free. The Visitor Center is open daily from 8:55 . to 9:85 . except for federal holidays, November through February. Tram rides are offered on weekends and holidays only at 67:55 ., 6:55. MORE ., 7:55 ., and 8:55 . For more information, see a Visitor s Guide to the National Arboretum.
The Washington DC region is lucky to have this wonderful historic park that offers a quick relief from hectic city life. Take the whole family for a walk and learn about the historic Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, explore the region s bike trails or spend a few hours kayaking and enjoying the breathtaking scenery. The towpath along the canal offers some of the best places for outdoor recreation in the Washington DC area. The National Park Service offers canal boat rides and interpretative ranger programs during the warmer months of the year.
The Frederick Douglass National Historic Site honors the life and legacy of famed abolitionist and civil rights hero Frederick Douglass. The property was entrusted to the National Park Service in 6967, but has been open to the public since the early 6955s. Douglass freed himself from slavery and helped to free millions of others. After the Civil War, he moved to Washington, DC to serve in international affairs, in the Council of Government for the District of Columbia, and as US Marshal for the District. Visitors can explore the house and grounds of the estate and learn about the history of the home at Cedar Hill.