National Geographic

Exhibitions at the National Geographic Museum showcase bold people and transformative ideas in the fields of exploration, scientific research, storytelling, and education. With a wide range of changing exhibitions, the National Geographic Museum is a perfect destination for all ages. Visitors get to know the work of National Geographic conservationists, photographers, and scientists through engaging, dynamic exhibitions featuring everything from iconic photography and world-famous artifacts to interactive learning stations and behind-the-scenes stories.

Get closer to the edge of your seat with National Geographic events in D.C. and around the world! Enjoy live talks with National Geographic explorers, happy hours, and more.

Museum Daily: 10am-6pm. Closed Thanksgiving Day & December 25.
Evening programs as stated.
Admission for some programs.
Thru May. 1WOMEN: A Century of Change
Thru Jun. 1Becoming Jane
Thu. Feb 20Nat Geo Nights: Africa's Last Wild Places
Tue. Feb 25Through the Lens: Return to the Russian Arctic
Thu. Feb 27Finding the Clotilda
Tue. Mar 10Into the Archives: Mavens & Misfits
Thu. Mar 12DCEFF: Okavango: River of Dreams
Fri. Mar 13Gombe National Park
Sat. Mar 14DCEFF: Flint
Mon. Mar 16DCEFF: The Eric Moe Award for Best Short on Sustainability
Tue. Mar 17DCEFF: Last Wild Places
Wed. Mar 18DCEFF: The Cordillera of Dreams
Thu. Mar 19Nat Geo Nights: Protecting Canadian Waters
Thu. Mar 19DCEFF: Rebuilding Paradise
Fri. Mar 20DCEFF: Kifaru
Sat. Mar 21DCEFF Jane Goodall: The Hope
Wed. Mar 25World of Water & Ice
Thu. Mar 26Through the Lens With Robbie Shone
Tue. Mar 31Getting the Story: Women in a Century of Change
Thu. Apr 2Into the Canopy
Thu. May 21Nat Geo Nights: Patagonia
Thu. Jun 18Nat Geo Nights: Everest
Thu. Jul 16Nat Geo Nights: Stories from the World

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