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Be prepared for the unusual and imaginative at this museum housing works by non-mainstream artists, including the "whirligig", a 55-foot wind-powered sculpture, a 10-foot model of the Lusitania made entirely out of match sticks and a mobile that...more
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We just loved this place.Very unique, filled with interesting hand-crafted art and artifacts. Don't miss this wonderful place to admire, explore and experience non-traditional art. And the gift shop is a show-stopper. Totally different from any museum gift shop. More like a fun house with...More
I had read about this museum several months ago in a magazine and decided to spend part of my one day in Baltimore visiting it. I’m so glad I did! It’s so cool and very different from most other art museums. These art works are...More
I've been to this museum twice, 8 years apart, and both times were memorable, astonishing even, and inspiring. From the mirror-mosaic exterior cladding to the surprising details of the collection inside, the experience conveys a wonderful message to value the creativity in each of us.
this museum is one of a kind. the artists and their pieces are strange and unique. even though its a small museum, my daughter and i spent 3 hours looking around & taking pictures. the gift shop was just as different as the museum and...More
Took our Middle School grandkids to pass a rainy Sunday afternoon. Why have we never been here before? This place is terrific. The new exhibit: Earth, Alive, Awake and Possibly Angry is perfect for young people who care about the environment. I also loved the...More
This is all art from self- taught artists. Wide variety of talents. Many moving stories. There are great quotes along the walls. The gift shop is delightful. There is even art outdoors, such as the Blue Bird of Happiness. Don't forget the building next door.
First of all- let yourself have at least 30 minutes in the museum's shop which is almost even better than the actual museum!
Second - the museum is very interesting. The works presented are not all in the same level since the concept is art...More
We were invited, as "Far-Out" members (living outside Baltimore) to the preview party for the new exhibition. Wow! It's clear that Baltimore loves their Visionary Arts!
The museum presents its vision of our natural world, it's ecology and climate and the effects we are having...More
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ok so I would call first. I initially said YES because my son was very much into such things at a young age and the museum often has sock puppet work shops etc. so you may want to schedule a visit when it is geared... More
ok so I would call first. I initially said YES because my son was very much into such things at a young age and the museum often has sock puppet work shops etc. so you may want to schedule a visit when it is geared specifically for little ones.