Baltimore Museum of Art
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Home to an internationally renowned collection of 19th-century, modern, and contemporary art.
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Baltimore has wonderful art museums and the BMA is a great place to start! Admission is free!
An exquisite collection that is nothing short of world class. It would be hard to make it through everything in a day.
It's a beautiful museum and it's free and they have a fun family art-making class every sun 2-5 where they teach the kids a new concept and technique based on a current exhibit.
The largest art museum in Maryland with art from around the world, covering a broad spectrum of periods and styles.
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“The Walters Art Museum is a historic 3-building gallery with an extensive collection of paintings and artifacts, and free admission. ”
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“never fails to impress in an old mill building in the hip Hampden neighborhood. you probably need a reservation, though.”
- Door 71 locals aangeraden
“A quirky, whimsical art gallery in Federal Hill. It will charm you and make you smile. ”
- Door 75 locals aangeraden
“Red Emma's is a vegan/vegetarian restaurant/cafe with a politically radical bent. It's run by a worker owned collective and has a bookstore! ”
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“Trendy Hampden is centered on West 36th Street, known as The Avenue, a colorful stretch of shops, restaurants and bars in converted row houses. Small galleries and indie stores sell vintage clothes and quirky art, while retro diners and dive bars sit alongside trendy craft cocktail spots. The neighborhood hosts HONFest in spring and Hampdenfest in Fall, celebrations of classic Baltimore art and kitsch.”
- Door 54 locals aangeraden