Two and a half weeks ago, I went to Meadowview Biological Research Center with a gesneriad society friend. It's one of those places that's just far enough outside of the DC metro area to seem like it's a major effort even to think about going to, but it is only an hour and a half drive away. It's a native-pitcher-plant conservation center with some protected bogs in several locations around Virginia. Unfortunately, we visited about a week too early to see the blooms--which are coming in three weeks earlier than usual, per the crazy spring weather.
I was almost convinced to buy a membership and a Cephalotus, which my friend suggested would probably grow well for me. But darn, Cephalotus are expensive! There are some cheaper ones on eBay, but I'm going to hold off for a bit--perhaps a few years.