I recommend the "Written in Bone" exhibit that is currently (through February) at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. It deals with forensic anthropology, the science of looking at bones (in this case, unearthed skeletons from Jamestown and St. Mary's City) to learn about the people and culture of the times when the people died. It's fascinating and the skeletons are all laid out for you to examine.
Otherwise, it's Friday and I didn't get to watch my bad movie yet. I do have G.I. Joe from Netflix, so maybe I'll get to see two bad movies tomorrow! In the meantime, from the album Simple Things, released eight years ago today, here's Zero 7 with a cool song that made the Garden State soundtrack as well: