To teach science, says the ten-year-old National Science Resources Center, there is nothing better than getting young hands on simple experiments
Plant and the butterflies will come: This summer the Smithsonian's new garden welcomes its winged visitors
The Smithsonian Associates have a 'national treasure' in their midst, but shhh, don't tell...
In 1939 Moritz Schoenberger, a Hungarian Jew living in Vienna, wanted to join his family in America. His ordeal is told at the National Postal Museum
On the 26th of April, 1947, Evalyn Walsh McLean, the mining heiress, died at her Georgetown mansion that overlooked Washington, D.C. She was 60 years old.
The Freer's art is indeed stunning, but the quiet elegance of its new glass cases catches the eye of this visitor
At the site of a new Smithsonian museum, a team of archaeologists dug up traces of a 19th-century neighborhood
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