The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland is internationally renowned for its collection of art.
Free general admission except for special exhibits. Children will enjoy the displays of knights' armor, the statues, the colorful paintings, the furniture, the many small and lovely trinkets.
The Walters is free all yearlong.
If you're having a bad day or just need a smile, go to the 4th Level (19th Century) and there is a giant painting of the most serene cow. I have named him George, and he will make you smile.
The Walter's Art Museum is acclaimed by critics as one of America's greatest art museums with a collection spanning 5,000 years!
Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits.
If you want to go into the ticketed exhibits it's worth buying a membership since it's good a year from purchase and gives you free tickets every time you come. Pays for itself!
Free childrens art workshops on Saturday and Sunday 10am-3pm
Look for the extraordinary Rubens Vase, carved in high relief from a single piece of agate, was most likely created in an imperial workshop.
Take advantage of the self guided audio tapes. Also make sure not to miss the collectors study off the armor room. Beautiful!
The Japanese exhibit was awesome!!!!!
Don't forget to see the Asian art!
The Walters is open late on Thursdays, with free admission, until 9p.m.
We love the Family Art Center for the kids.
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One of the best museums I have ever visited! Something for everyone! Always free... closed on Tuesdays, though...
The museum is free except for special exhibits and its huge. Don't forget to check out the hackerman house for the Asian art. It's tricky to get to so ask for directions.
Free and beautiful.
This place is huge! A lot to see..
Really awesome place, perfect for a huge company party
Not open mon or tues. laaame.
Love this place! Great museum and its free!!
wow! this museum is free!! they could of charge a good amount if they wanted it has whatever art your into .. From renaissance to early 20 century. It has 4 floors and nice helpful staff. A Must see
Open from 10am - 5pm. Free Admission. Also walking distance from the hotel.
Really fascinating exhibit of Lonnie sue Johnson, an illustrator that has suffered severe amnesia and is using art therapy to work through- fascinating!
This museum is a must see. So much awesome things too look at!
A staple for great art..and it's FREE!!!