Anacostia Community Museum
Examines, documents, and interprets the impact of historical and contemporary
social issues on urban communities.
Highlights Dynamic rotating exhibitions that explore various
aspects of urban community life, including such issues as modernization,
cultural encounters, environmental change, gentrification, employment, and
1901 Fort Place, SE
Transfer to W2 or W3 bus
ElevatorsThe elevator is located in the northeast corner of the museum, however the museum exhibitions are all on the main floor.
Public Programs and ToursPublic Programs and tours: The Smithsonian provides a number of access services for public programs, to request service such as an interpreted or tactile tour please contact the museum at 202-633-4823 (voice/tape) or e-mail ACMinfo@si.edu preferably 2 weeks in advance of program.
Admission is FREE
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily
Closed December 25
Free Parking Available
EntrancesThe museums entrance is accessible. Manual Wheelchairs are available at the Security Desk. ID is required to borrow a wheelchair.
BathroomsThe bathrooms are accessible.
Alternate FormatsExhibition videos that contain narration are captioned.
Alternate Formats: Go Smithsonian is available at the Information Desk in Braille and CD, if you are interested in other exhibition brochures in an alternate format ask at the Information Desk or email the Accessibility Program.