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Trip Advisor Wonderful afternoon of Charm City culture and art
Jul 13, 2014 by: traveltechPRgrl from Miami
I have visited a good friend many times in B'more but we've never made it to the BMA until now. We were both pleasantly surprised and impressed by the museum. And its FREE to everyone at anytime. How great to have art & culture so accessible! Even though its under renovation right now, there was still plenty to see. And if you can't find something here you like at BMA, then you probably don't like art/museums. Pieces from the big names: Chagall, Mondrian, Warhol, Matisse, Gauguin, Monet, O'Keeffe, Pollock and of course the "missing" Renoir. Also great artwork and collections from local Baltimore artists and collectors - The Cone Sisters, Saidie May, Seth Adelberger. A really great afternoon spent here and we look forward to going back post-renovation to see more!



Trip Advisor Under renovation
Jul 07, 2014 by: YM443 from ニューヨーク, ニューヨーク州
Unfortunately it was under renovation when we visited here. Do only we could see was those on 2nd floor. Leaven though we were so impressed by Kone sisters' collection. Whole collection of Impressionists was superb,I love among those Pissarro and Corot



Trip Advisor Very nice collection
Jun 30, 2014 by: Maui2soon from buffalo, ny
The museum has a nice collection and a good gift store, and very nice restaurant. Unfortunately at least half of the exhibits were closed due to construction. There are outdoor toilets and unusual things like that due to construction



Trip Advisor Charm city classic
Jun 26, 2014 by: James V from Maryland Heights, Missouri
This is a smaller big museum. I parked in the university underground. That was the only cost ($20). The "Cone collection" is a must see. Some amazing early Picasso and late vangoh. There is a room full of horse racing trophies including original Preakness and triple crown. Very cool. There are some contemporary galleries including a room full of the less offensive of Warhol. If you have a few hours (2 or 3) why not take a look?! We went before dinner and filled the afternoon.



Trip Advisor Excellent museum and sculpture garden
Jun 25, 2014 by: Pnemiller from Kutztown, Pennsylvania
This massive Greek Revival museum was built in 1929 and sits in an impressive setting. Excellent collection and outdoor sculpture garden. They are closed on Monday and Tuesdays. They have parking lots on either side for a flat rate of $6. However, we found it more economical to park across the street by the park for only 50 cents an hour (for up to 4 hours). The museum participates in the North American Reciprocal Museums (NARM) so membership in one of those museums allows for free admission.


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