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Focused on art, history, and culture, the museum showcases The Textile Museum’s textile collections from around the globe and the Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection of artifacts that trace the founding and evolution of Washington, D.C.
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
701 21st Street, NW, George Washington University Museum, Washington DC, DC 20052
Two museums in one with an excellent gift shop. Admission free with a suggested $8 donation. Right now there is a must see exhibit of Norman Rockwell paintings and Saturday Evening Post covers including his famous Four Freedoms paintings. It's wonderful. If you have time...More
With the Smithsonian museums closed, visitors to DC may be wondering where to go. This small museum is work seeking out! Part of it is a room with the Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection, which gives a wonderful quick view of DC history. You have...More
I paid to participate in an event at George Washington University's Rafik B Hariri building and although the campus and building are both beautiful, they are not user friendly to new visitors. I had instructions to go to 37th & O streets. My uber driver...More
I've visited this museum five or six times to see temporary exhibits. As a resident of DC I appreciate the lack of crowds and the opportunity to see a wide variety of interesting exhibits celebrating different cultures. I always feel like I learn a lot...More
It's taken us a while to visit the Textile Museum in its new digs on the George Washington University campus. The setting is dramatically different -- huge spaces with high ceilings rather than an old mansion -- but the collection remains intact. I really enjoyed...More
This is a very small museum with beautiful exhibition space. It is definitely worth checking out if there is an exhibit that catches your eye. I found "SCRAPS - Fashion, Textiles, and Creative Reuse" fascinating.
Unfortunately, sound really carries over the three floors of the...More