National Museum of Women in the Arts

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1250 New York Ave NW (at 13th St NW)
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 783-5000
Art Museum, Museum, Art Gallery
Mon–Sat: 10:00 AM–5:00 PM Sun: Noon–5:00 PM

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  • This place has nice tables. Oaken, rich, sensual qualities that harken back to the age of pure craftsmanship. Ron Swanson would be proud.
  • check out the installation of sculpture along NY Ave
  • This is a hidden gem in DC at the corner of New York Ave. and 13th St. The art work, all by women, is magnificent, covering a wide range of art from different eras.
  • It's just stunning
  • See the fabulous exhibit on women artists in France from the Revolution thru the Romantic Era.
  • Free entrance today! Check out Frida'd self portrait & Georgia O'Keef's Jack in the Pulpit- 3rd floor gallery. Beautiful!
  • "The Guerrilla Girls Talk Back" features posters, ephemera by anonymous artist-activist group that critiques sexism & racism pervading culture. Open noon to 5pm; free admission Sunday
  • Absolutely gorgeous inside - great place for an inexpensive lunch in a classy atmosphere!
  • It"s free the 1st Sunday of the month!
  • Check out the Beauvoir exhibit before it's too late.
  • Gorgeous space for an event!
  • Destaque para a coleo de fotografias de arte contempornea.
  • Wonderful collection, helpful staff and an artistic gem not to be missed.
  • First time here. Field trip. Excited to see the exhibit on Mary.
  • A lot to see
  • Absolutely amazing. Will definitely go back!
  • Start your tour from the third floor down.
  • They won't let you carry around coffee in the gift shop but they have a caf 50 feet from Renaissance paintings. Kind of BS.
  • one of a kind - free entry 1st sunday of the month
  • Become a member and see the new exhibition A World Apart: Anna Ancher and the Skagen Art Colony on February 14, 2013, before it opens!