America's first museum of modern art. Encounter one of the worlds finest collections of modern and contemporary art in an intimate setting.
Apart from the great collection, they always have great activities and attractions for children. My 9-year old daughter loves this place!
Great collection, small enough to see everything. Was glad that it was free on weekdays, so had a delicious lunch in the cafe
The museum is nice and they have a good collection. Also is worth to see the temporal exhibitions.
Just an amazing place to relax and escape the busy world. Interesting paintings , you might spend an hour staring at one painting , yeah it's that good.
Very nice collection and the gallery is really nice.
beautiful Juan Gris pieces
EVERYTHING HERE IS GOOD
Go weekdays for free entrance or on the annual dupont kalorama museum day!
Amazing works all in the same place
Great little gallery near DuPont circle. Nice stop if you like modern art.
Must go! Mondrian, impressionists, photography...
$10 student admission
Cute museum. Nice to visit. Near a cool neighborhood with good restaurants.
Phillips after 5 is pretentious but fun. Also, it gets crowded.
Remarkable art gallery/museum in Washington
Great Edward Hopper works!
This is a stunning and infatuating collection of art. The cafe is also quite good.
If you are a contemporary art lover, do not come to DC without a visit.
Located 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.
Be sure to walk up and down the stairs as much as possible. Softest threads in the District!
Must-see/smell: the beeswax room on the second floor
Admission is usually $12, sometimes it's free.
Student $10 instead $12
it is cold in here.
Cafe doesn't continue to "cook" late on Thursday nights. What's made is what you get.
The best display of a Calder mobile i've seen in years - in a stairwell, two light sources: you get to see the shadow effects he is brilliant with & you can view it from different height hand angles!
phillips after five is soooo fun! every first thurs!
If you're looking for an open museum during the #shutdown, this place is lovely. Bonus: patio with wifi, outlets, good food and Tryst coffee.
Best place to charge your phone: far back table at Tryst.
Sundays 4pm concerts (Oct-May) $20 ticket included admission to museum. Sold out concert today, best reserve in advance. If missed, catch Monday 9pm on WETA 90.9 FM.
Admission fee is free except weekends. Small but wonderful collection.
As I kind of expected, if you don't look like you belong they look down their nose and speak to you like you're a small child. A waste of time.
Phillips After 5 every 1st Thu of the month
There's a Mondrian... a Giacometti... and a ROTHKO ROOM
Check out the Tryst cafe !!!
Access to permanent collection is free of charge Tuesdays through Fridays.
You can get a two-for-one coupon on living social.
SUPERB collection! Every first Thursday of the month, they are open later and have special events...definitely worth checking out!!
You're essentially paying $12 to see Renoir's Luncheon of the Boating Party.
The new Tryst Cafe at the Phillips Collection is absolutely wonderful (check out the patio!), and you don't need to pay admission to go.
Jazz 'N Families Fun Days - Sat. & Sun. June 2nd & 3rd, 2012 - Dynamic entertaining and interactive programs, performances & activities, petting zoo and jazz-inspired storytelling.
Art is the new TV.
Snapshot: Painters and Photography, Bonnard to Vuillard
Don't waste your time with the Degas audio, but make sure you visit the exhibit.
Degas's Dancers at the Barre: Point and Counterpoint Exhibit opens tomorrow!