Loved the immersive experience of the Peacock Room.
The peacock room!
Wait for a Third Thursday event to see the Peacock Room with the shutters open
The Whistler's are all impressive but especially the Peacock room
There is no longer a gift shop in the Freer Gallery of Art. Try the Sackler :(
Not sure what's better about the Freer, the great collection of Asian art or the fact that tourists seemingly like to avoid it.
Free entry, worth visiting for the Peacock room and the brilliant garden. Wonderful collection of Asian and Islamic art.
Great international films
Breathtaking. The displays are awesome. Never enough time to give each piece the viewing it deserved. The Peacock Room alone is mesmerizing.
Peacock Room was great-not to miss. Enjoyed the portraits and the intricacies of Whistler's sketches.
The courtyard here is an excellent spot for reflection.
The Peacock Room is under natural light every 3rd Thursday
Yep, as everyone else said, the peacock room is not to be missed.
Roads of Arabia: Archaeology and History of the KSA runs till Feb 24, 2013. Open 10 - 5:30PM daily. Admission: Free
Check out the free films on Friday nights/Sunday afternoons.
I really just love the architecture of this building!
Enjoy the pics
Focused on breadth more than depth, given its size, the Chinese & Japanese collections are nonetheless solid. Check out the Peacock Room on the appointed Thursday when they open the shutters.
Don't miss the Peacock Room. On every third Thursday of the month from 12-5:30, we open the windows so you can catch the subtleties of Whistler’s work that are only visible in natural sunlight
The peacock room is spectacular. Make sure you dial 202 747 3462 for audio tour on your cell. It's free!
See the hands rolls of fliers, birds, insects by Qian Xyan. 4 of them, delicate study of nature...
Go to the courtyard during fall, absolutely breathtaking.
The most quiet museum on the Mall--serene, peaceful.
Love it because it's never super packed with tourists. The courtyard is pretty gorgeous as well. One of my favorite museums
Coinciding with the G8 Summit in 2005, President G.W. Bush launched his Malaria Initiative with the goal of preventing 50% of malarial deaths in 15 of the worst-hit countries.
you must see the peacock room! what a treat!
Great (free) film series!!
Make sure to spend some time in the court yard
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