Saturday, September 28, 2019
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
- American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial
2 p.m. Tour
The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial shines a light on lessons of courage, sacrifice, tenacity, loyalty and honor. Explore the first national memorial dedicated solely to disabled veterans, and the stories they engraved on our history, with a National Park Service Ranger.
The Memorial is located just west of the United States Capitol Building and the United States Botanic Gardens at 150 Washington Avenue, SW, Washington, DC (Washington Avenue & Second Street SW).
- U.S. Capitol Historical Society
10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Creating Capitol Hill Walking Tour
The U.S. Capitol Historical Society invites you to explore the history of Capitol Hill. Discover how hundreds of acres of wooded farmland became not just the seat of our federal government, but a vibrant and varied community. From the inspiring to the colorful, Capitol Hill has been home to countless great stories--and our guides are excited to share some of them with you! Based on USCHS's recently-published book, Creating Capitol Hill, the tour will be of interest to visitors and native Washingtonians alike.
This tour will last approximately 90 minutes, and will be offered rain or shine. Wear comfortable shoes, and please bring any items you need for your personal comfort (drinking water, umbrella, sunscreen, appropriate outerwear, etc.). Tours will depart promptly from the entrance of the Capitol Visitor Center.
- U.S. Botanic Garden
10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Celebrate Our Outdoor Gardens and Capitol Hill Day! Come enjoy our beautiful outdoor gardens while also celebrating all that Capitol Hill destinations have to offer. Experience Bartholdi Park and the three acres of garden space adjacent to the Conservatory and discover the amazing diversity of plants that thrive in the Washington, D.C. region. There will be music, a harvest from our Kitchen Garden, cooking demonstrations, a number of hands-on activities for all ages, and much more!
LOCATION: Regional Garden and Bartholdi Park (Rain Location: Conservatory)
Please check back as more events will be added in the coming weeks.