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 1200 N. Courthouse Rd. , Arlington, VA, US, 22201

  • Phone: (703) 524-4000
  • Fax: (703) 522-6814
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Arts & Museums

»Metropolitan Gallery

Metropolitan Gallery exhibits contemporary American realism and representational works from mid-career and emerging artists. The exhibit calendar includes both individual artist and group shows.

2420 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, Virginia 22201

»Arlington House/ Custis-Lee Mansion

Arlington House once belonged to Confederate General Robert E. Lee, whose wife, Mary Custis, a great-granddaughter of George Washington, inherited the home. During the Civil War, Union troops made the house their headquarters. The home is furnished as it was when the Lees raised their seven children here. Park rangers dressed in period costume help dramatize the era. Enjoy a stunning view of Washington from the front of the hillside mansion. As the mansion is located within Arlington National Cemetery, visitors must either walk from the Visitor Center or join the Tourmobile Sightseeing tour of the cemetery.

George Washington Memorial Parkway
McLean, VA 22101

»Arlington Arts Center

Founded in 1976 and is housed in the historic Maury School, this arts center is dedicated to presenting and supporting the new work of regional artists through exhibitions, studio space, and educational opportunities. The center is one of the largest venues for emerging, contemporary artists in the greater Washington, D.C. area.

3550 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, Virginia 22202

»Govinda Gallery

This nationally recognized gallery and respected Georgetown establishment produces progressive and imaginative exhibits. Although it was known for displaying leading pop art in its early days, the gallery has since featured a more diverse range of works. It also publishes original portfolios and limited edition prints.

1227 34th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20007

»Old Stone House

Tucked into a courtyard in the heart of busy Georgetown, the Old Stone House dates back to 1765. It is believed to be the oldest building in Washington and the only one remaining from the pre-Revolutionary period. The house provides a glimpse of mid-18th century life in a cramped but functional living space. Simple furnishings can be found in most rooms.

3051 M Street Northwest
Washington DC, 20007

»Keith Lipert Gallery

This gallery displays a collection of contemporary decorative art from Europe and America. It features many of the best-known artists including Sabattini, Vanini, Daum, Moorcroft, Claire McArdle and more. This is a wonderful shop in the heart of Georgetown's shopping district.

2922 M Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20007


Across the Potomac River in Arlington, Virginia is the headquarters of the armed forces of the United States, the largest office building in the world. Encompassing 29 acres, with a five-acre courtyard in the center, the five-sided structure has over 17 miles of hallways. Approximately 23,000 employees, military and civilian, come to work here each day. Group tours are available to Pentagon with a reservation.

Army Navy Drive and Fern Street
Arlington, VA 22202

»Maurine Littleton Gallery

One of the top contemporary fine art glass galleries in the world, the Maurine Littleton Gallery regularly exhibits the creations of the finest American glass artists. The gallery boasts permanent displays of glass art and other three-dimensional works in metal, ceramic and fiber. Prominent artists featured here include Dale Chihuly, Harvey Littleton, William Morris, Therman Staton and Ginny Ruffner. Most of the glass work is abstract in nature.

1667 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20007

»Hume School

The Hume School is a historic structure that is an Arlington County Landmark and is also on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979. The former school holds the record for being one of the oldest school building in the county of Arlington. The building was designed by B. Stanley Simmons in Queen Anne inspired architecture. Now owned and looked after by the Arlington Historical Society, the house is used as a local history museum.

1805 South Arlington Ridge Road
Arlington, VA 22210

»Arlington Historical Society Museum

Nestled within the 1891 Hume School, the oldest school building in Arlington County, this museum houses the artifacts of Arlington's past with exhibits deeded to the Society over the years by a number of private donors. A bookshop is also on the property which offers local historical publications, maps, prints, and cards.

1805 South Arlington Ridge Road
Arlington, Virginia 22210

»Department of the Interior Museum

Department of the Interior Museum casts a wide net, reflecting the many concerns of this government agency throughout its history. From mining to regional history, from national parks to Native-American art, the displays here provide a composite of that nebulous concept, the U.S. "interior." But for those who like to start their explorations with details, there are countless artifacts to attract attention, including historical documents, pottery and geological finds. Admission is free.

1849 C Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20240

»DAR Museum

Run by the Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Museum focuses on the culture and history of everyday life in the United States before 1830. It recreates whole rooms from specific time periods in different regions. A room from an adobe house contrasts the many colonial examples and the attic, filled with toys and dolls of long ago, is a hit with children. Also popular with children are the free 'Colonial Adventure' tours, held on the first and third Sundays of each month. A costumed guide explains the exhibits. Don't forget to explore the genealogical library.

1776 D Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20006
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