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Bring this ad on your visit for a free audio tour with the rental of one at full price.
Plan your visit today at www.nationalcathedral.org or (202) 537-6200.
WASHINGTON, DC VACATION
ON THE WATERFRONT
Just minutes from Downtown D.C., and featuring fine restaurants,
exciting entertainment and nightlife, extraordinary shopping, and five
on-site hotels, National Harbor is your gateway to our Nation’s Capital.
April 9 & 10
Cherry Blossom Celebration
May 8 – September 25
Movies on the Potomac
May 14 & 15
Wine & Food Festival
May 27 – 29
June 4 – October 29
June 17 & 18
Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival
Crab & Beer Festival
September 1 – 5
Abbey Road on the River
September 24 & 25
Das Best Oktoberfest
Events subject to change
YOUR GUIDE TO
ephemera, and material culture dating
from the 18th century to today that deal
with changing conceptions of the body
in Philadelphia’s scientific and artistic
3260 South St.
Silk Road tickets: 877-77-CLICK
The story of humankind is at the heart of
a visit to the Penn Museum, where you
can take a remarkable journey through
time and across continents. Founded
in 1887, the internationally renowned
museum has conducted more than 400
research expeditions around the world,
and collected nearly one million objects.
Three gallery floors feature materials from
ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Mesoamerica, Asia and the ancient Mediterranean
World, as well as artifacts from native
peoples of the Americas and Africa. Now
through June 5, Penn Museum presents
the East Coast exclusive showing of
“Secrets of the Silk Road,” a landmark
exhibition from China.
Festival of the Arts
April 7—May 1
215-546-PIFA (7432); pifa.org
Philadelphia celebrates its rich arts and
culture with a 25-day festival featuring 135 events and 1,500 artists from
across the region and around the world
with music, dance, theater, visual arts,
exhibitions, food and fashion. Paying
homage to the innovative, collaborative
and creative spirit of Paris 1910-1920,
the Philadelphia International Festival
of the Arts (PIFA) highlights include
31 newly commissioned works, visiting
French chefs, circus performances and
a Parisian street fair. Many events are
free. Join the moment!