Looking for something different to do this summer? Try one of these fun ideas!
DC Outdoor Films Resource-
This website includes a list of all of the outdoor summer movies in Washington DC:
Rosslyn Outdoor Film Festival-
Theme: Summer School with movies such as “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and “Clueless.” The District’s NoMa Summer Screen series centers on “outlaw heroes” such as “Indiana Jones.” The movies are at dusk on Fridays through August 30.
Location: Gateway Park, Lee Highway and North Lynn Street, Arlington VA
NoMa Summer Screen-
Movies every Wednesday night at 7 PM
Location: Second and L Streets
Mosaic’s “Films in the Park”–
Films on Fridays at 7 PM above Strawberry Park
2910 District Ave
Union Market “DC Drive-In”-
Fridays on Union Market’s 3 story wall at 9 PM
Free to attend
Picnic area available
July 12th- Dr. Strangelove
July 19th- Distinguished Gentleman
July 26th- The American President
August 2nd- No Way Out
Location: Union Market
1309 5th Street NE
River Concert Series-
Location: Townhouse Green
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
St. Mary’s City MD
Grounds open at 5 PM, concerts start at 7 PM
Bring your own picnic or buy from vendors
July 5- Star Spangled Night
July 12- Everybody’s Singing
July 19- Going Baroque
July 26- A Jazzy Finale: with Swingin’ Sara Gray
Baltimore Museum of Art-
Home to a world-renowned collection of works by Matisse, Picasso and Cezanne. Showcases of art of the 19th century through today, plus special exhibits and a scenic sculpture garden.
Location: 10 Art Museum Dr
Walters Art Museum-
Acclaimed by critics as one of America’s greatest art museums with a collection spanning 5,000 years. 30,000 objects housed in three buildings in Baltimore’s cultural district.
Location: 600 N Charles St
Seas, Lakes & Baby: The Naval War of 1812 Exhibit at the Naval Academy-
Monday – Saturday: 10 AM – 4 PM
Sunday: 11 AM – 4 PM
Location: 118 Maryland Ave
The exhibit features artifacts and artwork from the War of 1812 and is open to the public. The exhibit is part of the walking tour celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the Annapolis War of 1812. The self guided walking tour throughout the Naval Academy and the city of Annapolis consists of 10 stops of historical significance to the War of 1812 and will be available through October 2014. The tour features hundreds of objects from the Naval Academy Museum and 86 artifacts and pieces of art on loan from the collection of William I Koch.
Patuxent River Naval Air Museum Association-
Location: 22156 Three Notch Rd
Lexington Park MD
10 AM – 5 PM Tuesday-Sunday
The museum celebrates the past, present and future of the Research, Development Test and Evaluation of Naval Aircraft.