Join NWHM for panel discussions on women’s history topics from the early 1830s when African American women abolitionist groups organized to fight for freedom and personhood to the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
Join NWHM and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to explore the role of the everyday woman during World War II, as well as the mindset and motivations of a few extraordinary individuals who dared to act.
Follow the route of the 1913 Woman Suffrage Procession through DC and gain an understanding of the suffragist struggle for equality and the right to vote.
Learn more about women’s roles during the Civil War in Alexandria, Virginia
Private tours are available for both "In Their Footsteps: Woman Suffrage" and "Women of Civil War Alexandria." Tours are open to community groups, school groups, summer camps, or the general public.
Women Making History
Women Making History is an elegant reception and awards program that recognizes a select group of women who have made a significant contribution to their field and serve as an inspiration to women everywhere.