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The Walters Art Museum is a cultural hub in the heart of Baltimore. Located in the city’s Mount Vernon neighborhood, the Walters is free for all. The museum’s collection spans more than seven millennia, from 5,000 BCE to the 21st century, and...more
We visited the museum, and on the recommendation of a historian, we were sure to visit the mansion which is attached to the museum. Both were exceptional and should not be missed. I only wish we'd had more time! This is a VERY comprehensive museum...More
A wealthy father and son were avid collectors. The Walter's is the result. Some genres or items are underrepresented, others more towards their idiosyncratic tastes, but well worth an hour or two to tour.
There'sa nice snack bar and well appointed gift shop too.
Since it's free, and if you're already downtown, a quick visit for unique Baltimore collections is worthwhile. In my experience though, it seems sections and even entire floors are closed every time I go which is disappointing. If you love art, combine with another museum...More
I was skeptical to take the 11 year old but she had a great time! Lots of art from different eras including ceramics, paintings, stone carvings, jewelry and metal work. We spent a little over two hours and we still didn't get to see it...More
We were pleasantly surprised at this free museum, at the amount of artifacts it has, the different times and continents they are from. It took us 2 full days to finish it!!!
Street parking meters are free on sundays, and on other days, they are...More