DC Black History Celebration Committee
Our mission is to provide programs and venues to educate, celebrate and raise the level of awareness of the rich and various contributions made by African Americans both past and present. To encourage African Americans to continue their contributions to America in the form of art, education, health and sports. Finally, to encourage and educate other communities about the contributions of African Americans.

Museum of the Bible
400 4th Street, SW 
Museum of the Bible is a global, innovative, educational institution whose purpose is to invite all people to engage with the transformative power of the Bible..

National Museum of Asian Art
Freer Gallery of Art: Jefferson Drive at 12th Street, SW
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery: 1050 Independence Avenue, SW

As the Smithsonian's National Museum of Asian Art, the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery preserve, exhibit, and interpret Asian art in ways that deepen our understanding of Asia, America, and the world.

United States Botanic Garden (USBG)
100 Maryland Avenue, SW
Steeped in history, rich with tradition, the United States Botanic Garden (USBG) is a living plant museum that informs visitors about the importance, and often irreplaceable value, of plants to the well-being of humans and to earth's fragile ecosystems.

Southwest BID
420 4th Street, SW
The Southwest Business Improvement District (SWBID) is situated in the Southwest quadrant of Washington, D.C. It weaves together three distinct areas in the 500 acres south of the National Mall: Federal Center South, housing 26 federal headquarters; the Southwest neighborhood, centered around the Waterfront Metrorail Station; and the transformational District Wharf development, located on the waterfront.

Washington Walks
819 G Street, SW
Washington Walks became the first company to offer walking tours of the nation's capital. Carolyn Crouch, its founder, created Washington Walks to tell the stories of the people and places in America's capital you just can't get from glancing out of a tour bus window. As Crouch explains, "There is more to D.C. than just the famous monuments and the National Mall. With a walking tour, people get to experience so much more.


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