The Walters Art Museum
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The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland is internationally renowned for its collection of art.
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This gem of a museum came from one man's vision and the descriptions with the art so sensitively done and worth reading! With crowds staying away because of COVID, it's a perfect time to view a lot of incredible art. You may end up having the whole place to yourself!
One of the most prestigious art collections in the world. Enjoy free entry. Located in historic Mount Vernon, make a day of it and visit the Washington Monument and Peabody Library, all within walking distance. Drop into Mount Vernon Marketplace for a bite - an international "smorgasbord" of food…
The Walters Art Museum is located in Baltimore, Maryland. The museum's collection encompasses 36000 objects from around the world.
The Walters Art Museum is among America’s most distinctive museums, forging connections between people and art from cultures around the world and spanning seven millennia. Through its collections, exhibitions, and education programs, the Walters engages the City of Baltimore, Maryland, and audiences…
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