Stewards of the iconic buildings and grounds of Capitol Hill since 1793.

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Thurgood Marshall Building
The Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building houses agencies that support...

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A crowd of people visiting the Capitol during visitor hours
Please note: Many of these Capitol Hill buildings are working office buildings...

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Yellow flowers in front of the Capitol Building
The Architect of the Capitol annually publishes a wide variety of publications...

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Capitol Hill, with its rich history and iconic buildings, allows for an eclectic mix of professions. Jim Saenger, the Capitol’s Carillonneur, has perhaps one of the most unique and least visible jobs on the Hill.
Capitol Hill, with its rich history and iconic buildings, allows for an...

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Feb
27
Fri
DAILY
Event Location:
United States Capitol
Event Tags:
Art/History Events, Tours
Weekdays at 2 p.m. — A special tour of the Brumidi Corridors on the first floor of the Senate wing of the Capitol enables visitors to view and learn about the ornate paintings on the walls and ceilings designed by Constantino Brumidi between 1857 and 1859. This tour, which lasts approximately 30 minutes, is offered Monday through Friday at 2 p.m. No reservations are needed. Get passes for this... More »
Feb
27
Fri
DAILY
Event Location:
Capitol Visitor Center
Event Tags:
Tours
Weekdays at 3 p.m. — In honor of the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War, a special tour, lasting 30 to 45 minutes, entitled "Capitol and the Congress During the Civil War," is offered Monday through Friday at 3 p.m. With stops at the Old Supreme Court Chamber and other important areas at the Capitol, this tour will explore how the Capitol was used during the Civil War, critical debates that took... More »
Feb
28
Sat
Event Location:
U.S. Botanic Garden
Event Tags:
Educational Events
Bananas are the most popular fruit in the world and a major food staple for hundreds of millions of people in the tropics. Join Todd Brethauer, USBG Science Education Volunteer, as he traces the 7000-year journey of the banana from the jungles of Southeast Asia to your breakfast table. Learn about how humans have guided the development of the banana for many different uses – dessert, plantains,... More »
Feb
28
Sat
WEEKLY
Event Location:
U.S. Botanic Garden
Event Tags:
Educational Events
WithLoveDC is a movement to spread love, joy, and acceptance throughout the district. The Practice With Love classes aim to create an accessible space for all people to tune into their breath while enjoying the amazing spaces around our beautiful city. WithLoveDC is thrilled to bring their free yoga gatherings to the U.S. Botanic Garden; come flow with us! Date: Each Saturday in February 2015Time... More »
Feb
28
Sat
Event Location:
U.S. Botanic Garden
Event Tags:
Educational Events
Not so long ago citrus fruits were eaten only by the very wealthy, and then only on special occasions. Now they are an important part of the healthy diet of billions of people around the world. Join Todd Brethauer, USBG Science Education Volunteer, as he traces the 6000-year journey of citrus out of Asia with traders, explorers and conquerors. See how the fruit has changed and how it has changed... More »

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