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Find yourself in history at
Historic St. Mary’s City
Step on board a tall ship, see what’s up
in the Spray family garden, explore
Yaocomaco lifeways, and get
impressed at the Print House. History
is hands on at HSMC, a museum of
living history and archaeology in
beautiful tidewater Maryland. An easy
drive from the metro areas!
YOUR GUIDE TO
The National Archives
Between 7th and 9th Streets
on Constitution Avenue, NW
The National Archives houses the original
Declaration of Independence, Constitution,
Bill of Rights and more than 10 billion records.
Visit the interactive Public Vaults exhibit plus
theater with free films. On display through
August 17: Running for Office: Candidates,
Campaigns and the Cartoons of Clifford
Berryman. Open daily.
Travel P lanner
comforts of home await at this
fabulous location, offering style
and luxury for long and short-term accommodations.
301 East 94th Street, NY, NY 10128
Open Tues.–Sat., 10 a.m.– 5 p.m.;
Thursday Artful Evenings until
8: 30 p.m.; Sunday noon– 7 p.m.
(June–Sept. noon– 5 p.m.)
Performed by the U. S. Army Band
“Pershing’s Own” and The 3rd U.S.
Infantry (The Old Guard)
Fort Lesley J. McNair
4th Street and Maine Avenue, SW
The Westin Baltimore-Washington Airport Hotel
Opening this fall, the new
Westin Baltimore Washington
Airport hotel is located 2 miles
International Airport. Just minutes from downtown Baltimore
and the Inner Harbor, this new
hotel is convenient to many local
attractions and corporations.
Complimentary shuttle service is
available to and from the hotel
and train station.
Park South Hotel
The Park South is your oasis
in Manhattan. Special offer
to Arrive readers: Show your
Amtrak ticket at check-in and
your cab ride from the station
is on us.
20th Annual DuPont
Clifford Brown Jazz Festival
June 15– 22, 2008
Featuring David Sanborn, Dirty
Dozen Brass Band, The Mingus
Big Band and many more. Free
and open to the public
The Marmara Manhattan
The Marmara combines old
world hospitality with modern
amenities in stylish studios
and one-, two-, three-bedroom
suites, equipped with the latest
technology. Residential in feel,
The Marmara boasts the services
of a fine hotel with staff ready
to satisfy every need. The
The Phillips Collection
Experience art in a setting unlike
any other in Washington. The
Phillips Collection’s intimate
galleries feature works by
renowned impressionist and
modern artists—Degas, Matisse,
O’Keeffe, Picasso, Renoir and
Rothko, among others. Located
in the heart of DuPont Circle.
Riverfront Blues Festival
August 8– 10, 2008
Featuring Koko Taylor, Elvin
Bishop, The Mannish Boys and
many more. Tickets from $15.
The United States Army’s most popular
outdoor ceremonial pageant, Twilight
Tattoo, opens in the Washington, D.C.,
area on May 7, 2008, at Fort Lesley J.
McNair, starting at 7: 30 p.m. This year’s
Twilight Tattoo series will be held every
Wednesday on the following dates: May 7,
14, 21, 28; June 4, 18, 25; and July 2.
Twilight Tattoo is an hour-long sunset
military pageant that features Soldiers
of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment ( The
Old Guard) troop units and ceremonial
units—The Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps
and The U. S. Army Drill Team; The U. S. Army
Blues; vocalists from The U. S. Army Chorus;
and The U. S. Army Band Downrange.
This performance is free and open to
the public. Bleacher seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information on group reservations, contact the U.S. Army Military
District of Washington at 202-685-2888
or md w.army.mil