“America We Want to Be” Conversation Guide

Living Room Conversations , United States

When the Declaration of Independence was written, not everyone was included in the famous statement about “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.” Our promise is bright and our past […]

Signs of the Times Exhibition

North Carolina Museum of History 5 E. Edenton St., Raleigh, NC, United States

Signs of the Times is an exhibition about the history of protest in North Carolina—about the people who protest, the wide array of issues they debate, and the way they […]


Dreaming Together: New-York Historical Society and Asia Society Museum

New-York Historical Society , United States

Explore the possibilities that are unleashed when people, cultures, and institutions dream in tandem. This exhibition interweaves historical American and contemporary Asian and Asian American art. Get your timed ticket […]


So Ready for Laughter: Bob Hope and World War II

New-York Historical Society , United States

So Ready for Laughter explores Hope’s major USO tours and travels during World War II through some 50 artifacts, including rare and unpublished photographs of Hope; a World War II-era […]


Flags and Founding Documents, 1776-Today

Museum of the American Revolution , United States

Opening just in time for Flag Day, a new summer exhibition at the Museum will showcase dozens of rare American flags alongside historic early state constitutions and the first printing […]


War Remains, A Virtual Reality Experience

National WWI Museum and Memorial , United States

Witness history unfold from a soldier's point of view in this thought provoking, visceral encounter presented by legendary “Hardcore History” podcaster Dan Carlin. War Remains is an immersive, solitary VR […]


Common Ground: The Heart of Community

Japanese American National Museum , United States

Incorporating hundreds of objects, documents, and photographs from JANM’s collection, this exhibition chronicles Japanese American history, beginning in the late 1800s with the early days of the Issei (first generation) […]


Learn about the Enslaved People of Mount Vernon

George Washington's Mount Vernon , United States

Learn about the Daily Lives of the Enslaved Community at Mount Vernon, a plantation with 318 enslaved people working sun up to sun down in bondage for George Washington. Learn […]


Biocubes – Exploring Biodiversity

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History , United States

A biocube is a fun, informative, and manageable way of exploring the biodiversity in the world around you by focusing on a cubic foot of space. By looking closely and […]

Reflect at Alexandria African American Heritage Park

Historic Alexandria , United States

This seven-acre park is an oasis within the City of Alexandria. Dedicated as a memorial to African American contributions to Alexandria’s history, it encompasses the Black Baptist Cemetery established in […]


First Person Receives COVID-19 Vaccine

New-York Historical Society , United States

On the morning of December 14, 2020, Sandra Lindsay made history. The director of critical care nursing at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Lindsay sat down in front of the […]