Located in the Anacostia neighborhood, the Anacostia Community Museum examines, documents, and interprets the impact of historical and contemporary social issues on urban communities. Dynamic rotating exhibitions explore various aspects of urban community life, including modernization, cultural encounters, environmental change, gentrification, employment, and globalization. Free Admission Free Parking Wednesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed December 25 Maps and Directions The museum is easily accessible from metropolitan Washington, DC, and is located in southeast Washington approximately 5 miles from the National Mall. Free on-site parking is available.Get Driving Directions Directions by MetrorailDirections by Bus Visiting Tips A few things you need to know to make your experience even more enjoyable! Visitors with Disabilities The Anacostia Community Museum is committed to enabling all visitors to experience its exhibitions and programs. Group Tours Learn how to request a group tour of the Anacostia Community Museum. Exhibitions Food for the People: Eating and Activism in Greater Washington April 17, 2021 – September 17, 2022 Featured Events at the Museum The museum offers a variety of events for audiences of all ages. Events are free unless otherwise noted. Visit the full event calendar for more in-person and online events.