Although we are still in the pandemic, museums are opening. How will that impact your hotel? From the National Museum of American History, Melinda Machado, Director, Office of Communications and Marketing, and Andrea Lowther, Deputy Director
in the Office of Audience Engagement, will provide us with an overview of the Smithsonian during the COVID-19 Pandemic, and how it affects DC tourism.
Since March, this national treasure of treasures has experienced temporary closures or reduced hours
among other visitor limitations.
- Which museums are now
- How to help hotel guests obtain
access to the museums
- How DC area properties can work with the
Smithsonian to promote tourism.
presentation will also showcase one of American History’s newest exhibits, Girlhood (It's Complicated). From Helen Keller to Naomi Wadler, girls have spoken up, challenged expectations,
and been on the front lines of social change. Although definitions of girlhood have changed, what it means to grow up female in the United States has always been part of the American
The Smithsonian Institution is the
world's largest museum, education, and research complex. Learn how this Washington, DC tourism magnet can benefit your hotel guests.