National Gallery of Art
D.C. is easily walkable; you can walk around for hours exploring the different neighborhoods. And, because the city is filled with a number of different museums and attractions, you can plan out a fun walking tour. If you are an art lover, a walking tour of some of the city’s wonderful arts institutions would be a great idea. Start with this itinerary and then explore on your own.
Every Friday in the summer, D.C.-area residents flock to the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden for Jazz in the Garden.
It does not matter if you are looking to purchase a piece of art or just enjoy looking at different works of art, many galleries in America offer a place to explore and experience fabulous works of art in person.
Whether you’re a city slicker or an out-of-towner, check out this list of best budget attractions in D.C. and experience all that the nation’s capital has to offer on the cheap.
America has many of the world’s greatest museums, some of which are free.
With so many museums and galleries in the Washington, D.C. area, you should be able to find an art exhibit your children can enjoy. Here are the best art exhibits for kids in D.C.
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An Italian Renaissance painting rarely seen in the U.S. will be displayed at the National Gallery of Art in Washington to mark the start of Italy’s presidency of the European Union.
The treasures stored inside D.C.’s impressive collection of museums — dinosaur bones, spaceships, iconic movie and television props and artistic masterpieces — apparently have a lot of international appeal.
One of the nation’s oldest museums, known for its daring contemporary art exhibitions next to the White House and for its financial troubles, is being taken over by two larger institutions and will soon close for renovations.