We had heard about the Baltimore Art Museum because of the well known Cohn collection of impressionists mostly Matisses. The museum was a wonderful visit. On Sunday there was a children's art project starting at two which engaged the young children (lots of paste and construction paper). The miniature rooms were wonderful and the American collectoin, while not huge was excellent and well displayed. The Cohn collection and the Saidie May collection of post impressionists was wonderful. The restaurant was excellent, good service and good food (I couldnt resist another crab lump cake). It is a bit away from the tourist center, ie Mount vernon area or inner harbor but the cab was not expensive, and the front desk called a cab for us. For a bonus, we asked our driver to tour the Johns Hopkins University campus which abuts the museum (the university sold them the land for $1.
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