Whether you are a local who visits every day or a tourist in town for a few hours, a ranger-led program is a great way to get the inside story on parkway sites.
See the Schedule of Events to find out when and where to meet for the programs described below.
Birds of Dyke Marsh
Use your eyes and ears to find some of the 300 species of birds that call Dyke Marsh home. Walks are led by experienced birders from the Friends of Dyke Marsh.
Fort Hunt Concerts
Bring a picnic, relax on the grass, and listen to local bands as they play music from a variety of genres.
Learn to Ride
Ride a bicycle without training wheels! A ranger will help you learn how to ride your bicycle in a safe, stress-free environment. Ages 5 and up. Call 703-289-2553 to register for this program.
Explore life as a lighthouse keeper through games and activities. Families with children are welcome.
Netherlands Carillon Concerts
Enjoy sweeping views of Washington, D.C., while guest artists play patriotic music, jazz, and pop on the carillon's 50 bells.
Did You Know?
Features like cloverleaf interchanges and grassy medians made the George Washington Memorial Parkway "America's Most Modern Motorway" when it opened in 1932. More...