Step into a world of entertaining presentations by today’s leading explorers, scientists, photographers, and performing artists. From lively concerts to thought-provoking presentations, captivating films, and engaging family events, National Geographic Live brings you the world and all that’s in it.
Tickets for all Fall 2014 events are still available. Check the links below for more information. Both single events and series packages are on sale.
Get a bite before the event and save! Find out about discounts from our restaurant partners.
Give the gift of adventure this holiday season with gift certificates to our exhibitions and events.
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View a chronological listing of all of our fall 2014 events at National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Hear the true story behind the movie Tracks from photographer Rick Smolan.
Celebrate all things food at the Harvest Festival, DC’s official Food Day celebration and part of the National Geographic Museum’s FOOD: Our Global Kitchen exhibition!
A mechanical engineer at NASA‘s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Kobie Boykins has worked on the systems that keep the Mars Science Lab, Curiosity, moving around Mars. Join him for a look at what Curiosity and other Mars rovers have discoveredand are continuing to discoveron the Red Planet.
Get an up-to-the-minute report on the latest discoveries on Mars with NASA engineer Kobie Boykins, who helped design and build Curiosity.
Meet Asher Jay, a boundary-pushing artists and fashion designer who uses her talents for causes such as opposing the illegal wildlife trade.
Photographer Jim Richardson honors the real heroes of our planet: the people who bring forth the food we eat from the Earth.
Catch the best films on adventure, extreme sports, and mountain culture from this year’s Mountainfilm in Telluride festival.
Give the gift of adventure with gift certificates to National Geographic Live and the National Geographic Museum.
Enjoy discounts and other specials from participating restaurants when you attend a Nat Geo Live event in D.C.!