August 18, 2021
The Women’s Suffrage Centennial: Impact and Legacy
August 22, 2021
Sundays@Home: Borderland, The Life and Times of Blanche Ames Ames Film Screen and Live Q&A
September 26, 2021
The Missing Waves of Feminism Symposium Series: The Third Wave
October 6, 2021
Brave Girls Virtual Storytime: Queen of Tejano Music: Selena
October 20, 2021
Brave Girls Virtual Storytime: More Than a Princess
November 10, 2021
Brave Girls Virtual Storytime: A Vote For Susanna
December 12, 2021
The Missing Waves of Feminism Symposium Series: The Fourth Wave
Women Making History Awards
Each year the Museum holds an elegant event and awards program in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, California, where today's history makers are honored.
Walking Tour: Black Feminist DC (Part 3)December 1, 2023Explore the history of Black feminism in Washington, DC with the National Women’s History Museum and National Coalition Partner A Tour Of Her Own.
The Power of Story: Perspectives from the National Women's History MuseumDecember 5, 2023
Join the Phi Beta Kappa Society in virtual conversation with National Women's History Museum President Frédérique Irwin and Dr. Emma Rothberg on the museum's mission, purpose, current exhibits, and future plans through the lens of storytelling and inclusive history.Join the Phi Beta Kappa Society in virtual conversation with National Women's History Museum President Frédérique Irwin.
NWHM Presents! Department Stores: A Feminine OasisDecember 7, 2023
“All women love shopping” a cliché if there ever was one, that haunts half the population to this day. Join the National Women’s History Museum for a virtual tour of department stores and their historical significance. This guided experience, led by A Tour of Her Own, will virtually explore DC streets strewn with the ghosts and skeletons of these iconic buildings and discuss the way a simple trip to the store was in fact so much more.
Shopping was a place for women to find a modicum of freedom from the male dominated world. This nexus of classes and commerce allowed for women to casually socialize in chance meetings and exercise the power of economics often unavailable to them in regimented day to day lives. Here in Washington DC, many of the largest department stores were situated between the White House and the United States Capitol Building.
A Tour Of Her Own (TOHO) is the first tourism company in Washington, D.C. to focus exclusively on women’s history. TOHO specializes in historical tours, special events, consulting and virtual experiences.
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.Join the National Women’s History Museum for a virtual tour of department stores and their historical significance led by A Tour of Her Own.