Experience a little culture on your gaycation.
The Steppenwolf was an upstart theater in the 70s, and though still rough in some ways, it is still a great place to see original works.
A truly eclectic array of art fills this museum donated to the country by Andrew W. Mellon. Make sure to check out the Sculpture Garden on 7th.
Experience the history of our country through its art, from colonial period up to the modern day.
Right in Dupont Circle, you can find a remarkable selection of modern and contemporary art. It’s especially lovely if you’re weary of giant galleries.
Nature is scary, but it’s also beautiful and freaking vast. Lose yourself for a few hours amongst the dinosaurs and sea creatures.
From the scientific to the cultural to the political, there’s over 200 years of American History to cover, so plan accordingly.
Feel like a kid again as you wonder through the halls admiring man’s constant fight against gravity. If only they had a face lift section.
Founded “for the purpose of encouraging American Genius,” this inspiring gallery focuses on American and European art starting in the 18th century.
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And let’s be honest, that’s pretty darn gay.