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U.S. Navy Museum
Washington Navy Yard
805 Kidder Breese St. SE
Explore ships to shore at the U.S. Navy Museum, located
on the historic Washington Navy Yard. Highlights include
fully rigged fighting top from USS Constitution, World
War II F4U Corsair fighter plane, working submarine
periscopes and outdoor park, home to the World War I
railway gun! Free and open to the public.
Th Come and join the festivities as Kennett Square, PA, “The Mushroom Capital of the World,” hosts one of the largest festivals nationwide devoted to the celebration of the Mushroom. ; Street Festival ; Remote Control Air Show ; Soup and Wine Fest ; Cooking Demonstrations ; Growing Demonstrations ; Parade and Antique Car Show ; Continuous Music ; Children’s Entertainment ; Mushroom Farm Tours ; Saturday Night Dance Party featuring “The Remedy Band” ; 5K Run ere’s Something For The ENTIRE Family!
Parade – Saturday: 10 am
Saturday: 11 am - 7 pm
Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm
More Information: 888-440-9920
Washington National Cathedral
3101 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Standing at one of the city’s highest points, this Gothic
cathedral extends almost the length of two football fields
and pierces the DC skyline. Additionally, the cathedral
features soaring vaulting, sparkling stained glass
windows and intricate carvings, as well as gargoyles and
dramatic sculpture, which adorn the exterior. Although
it is a Christian church, the Washington National
Cathedral welcomes persons of all faiths—and is
frequently the site of interfaith and ecumenical services.
It also offers programs on spirituality, occasional special
exhibits, tours, lectures, a monthly labyrinth, organ
demonstrations and musical events. Highlight tours are
offered daily. nationalcathedral.org.