Contact the Museum
Thank you for your interest in the National Women’s History Museum. The National Women's History Museum is a non-collecting, virtual, "museum without walls."
Are you stuck in your historical research? Have you hit a wall in your genealogy quest? Find your answer on History Hub!
We invite you to explore History Hub, a pioneering crowdsourcing history and genealogy research community hosted by the National Archives and Records Administration and of which the National Women’s History Museum is a partner organization.
Free and open to anyone, you can ask questions and get answers from multiple sources, including National Women’s History Museum staff, National Archives staff, other archives, libraries, museums, and a community of genealogists, history enthusiasts, and citizen experts like you.
Make History Hub your first stop! You can ask—or answer—questions on History Hub or see if your questions has already been answered.
Please see below for further contact information.
- For questions about membership, please contact [email protected].
- For questions about sponsorship and donations, please contact [email protected].
- To schedule a virtual field trip or private virtual program, please contact [email protected]. We ask that you DO NOT call the Museum, please.
- For educational resources and programming information, please contact [email protected].
- For events-related questions, please contact [email protected].
- For media inquiries, please contact [email protected].
- For general information, please contact [email protected].
Information For Students:
Please be sure to provide an email address at which we can contact you. Many school email servers will not allow emails from outside domains. Ask a parent/guardian before contacting the Museum.
If you are a student contacting the Museum regarding your National History Day project, please be advised that ALL interview requests or requests for research help must be made in writing at [email protected]. We ask that you DO NOT call the Museum. All requests should be made with at least 5 days of lead time. We cannot provide printed materials, but our researchers can often direct you to digital resources to further aid you. Please also consider contacting our colleagues at the Maryland Women's Heritage Center and Museum, the Women's Museum of California, or the National Women's History Alliance for additional support during peak times.
National Women's History Museum
205 S. Whiting Street, Suite 401
Alexandria, VA 22304