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There are hundreds of programs available in the DC area. You can stick with your children's interests or expose them to something new, while they are still willing little sponges. What rates an "ew!" this month might be just the ticket next spring.

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ARTLAB+

700 Independence Avenue Southwest
Washington DC 20560

Age: 13 and up

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The Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum offers ARTLAB+, a design studio for teens. Programs are held throughout the year and are free. Programs are for ages 13 and up and include open studio & artist studio.

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Art Within Reach

202-633-0121

10th St. & Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20560

Age: 4 to 9

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Explore the fascinating world of art, culture and history. Art Within Reach's early childhood classes and interactive tours bring museums to life through stories, activities and hands-on experiences. Our programs, designed for children ages 4-9,...

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Freer and Sackler Galleries of Art

202-633-4880

1050 Independence Ave., SW
Washington DC 20560

Price: Admission free

Age: All ages

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The Freer Gallery, the national museum of Asian art for the United States, is adjacent to the Smithsonian Castle and very close to the Orange and Blue lines' Smithsonian station. "The gallery houses a world-renowned collection of art from China,...

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Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

202-633-4674

700 Independence Avenue Southwest
Washington DC 20560

Price: Free admission

Age: 5 and up

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The Hirshhorn is the Smithsonian's museum of modern and contemporary art. This is a great place to ask kids what they see...Don't miss the Sculpture Garden.

 

ARTLAB+ is a radically inclusive digital media studio...

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National Museum of African Art

202-633-4600

950 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington DC 20560

Price: Free admission

Age: All ages

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"The Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art fosters the discovery and appreciation of the visual arts of Africa, the cradle of humanity."  Located on the National Mall, the museum is conveniently located near the Smithsonian metro station...

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National Museum of Natural History

202-633-1000

10th St. & Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20560

Price: Free admission

Age: All ages

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At the Museum of Natural History, popular kid destinations include the O. Orkin Insect Zoo, Hall of Gems and Minerals, Discovery Room, and Dinosaur-Fossil Hall (closed until 2019). The largest (stuffed) African bush elephant in the world is...

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National Museum of the American Indian

202-633-1000

Fourth Street & Independence Ave., SW
Washington DC 20560

Price: Free admission

Age: All ages

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"The NMAI is the only national museum dedicated to the Native peoples of North, South, and Central America. Our educational mission is to preserve, present, and celebrate the Native cultures of the Americas...The hallmark of this museum is that...

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Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center: Family Programs

202-633-0121

10th St. & Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20560

Price: Varies by program

Age: 4 months to 8 years

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SEEC combines innovative early learning practice with the collections of the Smithsonian Institution to provide unique programs for young children and their parents. We offer both weekday and weekend programs designed especially for families who...

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Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

Independence Avenue at 6th Street, SW
Washington DC 20560

Price: Free admission

Age: All ages

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One of Washington's Musts, the Air and Space Museum is the most popular museum in the world. (8.2 million people visited in 2010, more than the Museum of Natural History (6.2 million) and the National Museum of American History (4.2 million).)...

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