Theodore K. • January 25, 2013Of all the exhibits, don't leave without checking out the East Building, which houses the modern collection. Great art around every corner. And the architecture itself is worth multiple Instagrams.
What's Good Here • August 12, 2014Located near Dupont Circle in a neighborhood, this modern art museum is an oasis away from the crowds on the Mall. You can enjoy the fine selection of art without feeling rushed.
Sarah K. • March 2, 2013Can't complain about the food! Nice selection of international cuisine (and more "American" things). Great for a brunch or lunch in a nice space, thought it could very well be loud when busy.
Sofia C. • December 31, 2015Don't overlook this museum! The Japanese Rinpa screens, Chinese bronzes, Islamic ceramics and Indian statuettes are breathtaking. You can come for The Peacock Room but the Asian art is well worth it.
IWalked Audio Tours • June 16, 2013Bldg designed by Ernest Flagg. Is oldest/largest privately managed art museum in D.C. World-renowned collection of American art dating from 1718-1945. >16,000 works inside. Full site history via<LINK>
Caroline K. • February 17, 2013Always wanted to visit never got a chance but glad i finally did it was alot of fun. Very different from Hollywood and Vegas loved the historical figures and the Presidents' gallery. Must see in DC.
Al C. • July 27, 2015Great art museum, heavily censored history museum. No mention of genocide, not much of warfare. There's a long ugly history of how the Smithsonian treats American Indians. Good food but overpriced.
Mary R. • April 7, 2012Great history of video games exhibit.
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