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Baltimore Museum of Art
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New American wing is a perfect morning or afternoon
Dec 18, 2014 by: Renee B from New York City, New York
The BMA American wing has wonderful things and is beautifully curated and really worth a trip. Afterwards, try the crab cakes at the restaurant- outside in Spring and Summer. It is a really wonderful way to spend part of a day- oh and it's FREE. The museum is one of the less visited and never crowded.
Open after renovations
Dec 18, 2014 by: LisaK764 from Towson, Maryland
The renovations of the original part of the museum are finally finished. Now you can enter thru the original entry, and the galleries have been renovated. I actually like the galleries better before! But there is more display space and the furniture is better displayed. There is lots of silver displayed. The cone collection is wonderful! The gift shope was also renovated and is smaller.
Hidden Gem--Baltimore is Culturally Relevant!
Dec 11, 2014 by: Allison H from Baltimore, Maryland
I live in Baltimore and was surprised by how excellent the BMA's collections are. There are pieces by famous artists known to everyone--Picasso, Jackson Pollack, Van Goh-- and the world's largest collection of Henri Matisse. The BMA has been undergoing a lot of construction, but some of the closed wings are now open again. The museum is quite daring and innovative--the contemporary wing has an installation by Sarah Oppenheimer that is built into the museum itself, making it permanent. The museum is well organized and the building itself is beautiful. Best of all--it's FREE. I highly recommend visiting this Baltimore gem.
Even through construction worth a visit
Dec 09, 2014 by: bangsibear from Boston, Massachusetts
BMA has been under re-construction for over a year, so only some of the galleries are open. But even so, the museum is wonderful. The newly-reopened American Art galleries are great. And the Cone Collection of 19th and 20th century paintings is always a treat.
You won't believe the gems at this Museum
Dec 05, 2014 by: Judy C from Baltimore, Maryland
If you like art, please take time to visit the Baltimore Museum of Art. There is no fee and amazing works of art for you to enjoy
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