I've visited twice and really appreciate the rotating exhibitions. The sculpture garden is a favorite.
About Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
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This is a really odd "museum". If you liked Yoko Ono's moaning and noise making in the 60's, you will love this. A woman screaming and making noise throughout the first floor. Pictures of a woman plastered in Iranian (sorry, I don't know the language-...More
I visit this museum today and must say I was extremely disappointed with the exhibits. The museum has too much space with not enough exhibits to fill up the space. The exhibit on 8-1-2015 I did not find appealing or interesting. The building shape outside...More
I guess this depends on your concept of art. To me, art is NOT fluorescent lights or pictures with words on a face. The outdoor sculptures were listed as erotic but NOT. Total disappointment. SKIP THIS!
Great and peaceful place for a lunch break! We had fun, peace, and good rest at this garden. There are contemporary exhibits, we didn't get to see, but the sculptures in the garden are nice enough :)
Like most modern art, it will appeal more to some than to others. We found it interesting enough to spend 2-3 hours, but a few things left us scratching our heads (this is art?). All in the eyes of the beholder. For us an enjoyable...More
This museum could be in any mid-sized American city. The collection pales with the works elsewhere on the Mall.
The restaurant at the Sculpture Garden was recommended by our family that lives in D.C. As a 'cafeteria' style eatery, it was clean and tables were closely attended. The portions a bit small for the price. We ordered soup and found only plastic spoon utensils,...More