Women’s History Shuttle

Explore DC women’s history on the Women’s History Shuttle for one day only!

Travel between Tiffany Shlain’s Dendrofemonology art installation on the National Mall and the National Women’s History Museum’s exhibition We Who Believe in Freedom: Black Feminist DC at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library. Shuttle riders will learn more about DC’s women’s history sites from a certified A Tour Of Her Own tour guide and have the opportunity to explore both exhibitions with a guide after hopping off the shuttle. The Women’s History Shuttle is free to ride, leaving every hour from both pick up spots. Look for the Women’s History Shuttle signs at pick up locations.

Pick up location: 901 G Street NW, Washington DC 20001
  • Times: 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm
Pick up location: Lincoln Memorial at Henry Bacon Drive, NW, Washington DC 20004
  • Times: 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm

You are welcome to ride the shuttle multiple times as space is available.

Questions? Email [email protected]

Ms. Magazine cover from 1972 -- cover is red and says "Jane O'Reilly on the Housewife's Moment of Truth" as well as "Gloria STeinem on Sisterhood," "Letty Pogrebin on Raising Kids Without Sex Roles," "Sylvia Plath's Last Major Work," "Women Tell the Truth About Their Abortions."

Sundays@Home: Celebrating 50 Years of Ms. Magazine

What does it mean to be a feminist? Ms. Magazine, first published in July 1972, has been exploring this question for 50 years. Join us for a fireside chat about the past and present of Ms. Magazine with guests Kathy Spillar, executive editor of Ms., historian Beverly Guy-Sheftall, and historian Amy Farrell, moderated by Carmen Rios.

Please note: The National Women’s History Museum strives to provide programs that are accessible to all visitors. For questions, or to request accommodations such as an ASL interpreter or closed captioning, please email [email protected] at least 7 days in advance of the program.