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This is a national treasure and worth spending as much time with as you can - w en if it is only an hour or two. The collection is extensive and top quality, beautifully housed and displayed. Audio guides are available for much of the...More
For art lovers this is a must. I try not to compare it to other major museums around the world because it’s unique, free to enter and impressively displayed. I’m most fond of the American naturalism movement.
We opted for the National Gallery because the lines at the Air and Space Museum were so long (we went the next day). The gallery was gorgeous, not so crowded, which in a way was a shame, so many masterpieces to enjoy, which we did.
A world-class collection of some of the finest art in the world. Sadly, the joy of the experience is eroded by the intolerable condition of the restrooms, especially the ladies' rooms on the main floor as well as on the ground floor. Filth and detritus...More
Two buildings make up this attraction, which contains a large mix of arts, and if you like architecture, the building is really interesting too. We took our children who enjoyed it, and in the basement between the two buildings is a really good restaurant which...More
The national gallery has a plethora of treasures from sculptures to impressionist works and also modern art wing that includes Calder.
Not to miss: impressionist work from Van Gogh and Cezanne and Monet. Sculptures from Rodin. Leonardo Da Vinci paintings and work from John Singer...More
There are many exhibits to see here, both at the East and West Wings of this Museum. Entree is FREE! Our friend did an excellent job explaining the features of some of the paintings we saw. We all had a better understanding of the painters'...More