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Washington County Museum of Fine Arts
Based on 34 traveler reviews
known as the "best kept secret"
Mar 04, 2014 by: XMASCAROL from Hagerstown, Maryland
This is a beautiful art museum, next to a lake within the city park. There is a constant change of art, for those who like to frequent it.
A gem of a Museum!
Feb 14, 2014 by: mtswilson from Frederick, Maryland
This is an amazing venue for art. It has a wonderful and varied collection of art. Not only paintings-but pottery, crystal, silver, furniture. The quilt collection was beautiful! The museum itself is laid out beautifully. Don't miss the gift shop--interesting pieces that are quite affordable.
Small museum with big name artists
Jan 12, 2014 by: Patricia M from Winchester, Virginia
The museum seems to be very small at first, however, the galleries have plenty of art to keep you engaged. I was surprised to see a Rodin sculpture and Norman Rockwell painting in an out of the way museum. The staff is very helpful and knowledgeable. Grounds are beautiful. No admission fee! Worth the trip.
Nov 25, 2013 by: falkeg from Hagerstown, Md
The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is a clearly unexpected find in the hinterlands of Western Maryland. In truth, its collections are astounding and the museum is one of the top-rated in the State. It's a "must see" to visitors in the area.....and a frequent must see for residents. Take a break from touring the Great Masters and fine sculpture to take a walk around the adjacent lake and City Park. If you're a real tourist, bring your lunch a sit out under on of the several pavilions close to the museum....and then return for part II of your museum visit. Really worth the visit. Allow 2+ hours. Closed on Mondays and some holidays(?).
Very nice museum
Oct 31, 2013 by: lorraineh653 from Hagerstown, Maryland
Good place to spend a sunday afternoon, it's right in the Hagerstown park, after the museum, you can walk around a scenic lake
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