2011 marks the 50th anniversary of
John F. Kennedy’s Inauguration as the
35th President of the United States.
While in Boston, share in this celebration with a visit to the Museum. On
view through September 2011: “
Passing the Torch: The Inauguration of John
Estate & Gardens
South end of the
George Washington Parkway
Discover the real George Washington
National Gallery of Art
through his restored riverside estate.
Explore his iconic mansion, gardens and
farm with heritage breed animals, and
visit his final resting place. Mount Vernon
now includes a working whiskey distillery,
gristmill and black-
smith shop, and
galleries that feature
hundreds of personal
and original movies,
including one with falling snow! Open
365 days a year.
3rd—9th streets at Constitution Ave., N W
Masterworks by European and American
artists, including the only painting by
Leonardo da Vinci in the Americas and
the largest mobile created by Alexander
Calder, await visitors to one of the world’s
preeminent art museums. Special exhibitions spanning the world and the history
of art are presented frequently. Enjoy
shops, restaurants and free programs.
Be inspired. Be inspired.
Visit Washington National Cathedral
Plan your visit today at www.nationalcathedral.org or (202) 537-6200.
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