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Baltimore Museum of Art
Based on 277 traveler reviews
Oct 22, 2014 by: louis_dore_savard from Stoke, Canada
This FREE museum is a must for any art lover visiting or living in Baltimore. Great collections, modern and old. I brought my parents and they loved it, even after seeing many of the most famous museums in Europe.
Oct 21, 2014 by: Barbara B from Baltimore, Maryland
On The weekend Saturday or Sunday. Right now I can't remember they have workshops for children. They are always fun. Love it.
The Cone Sisters Collection Worth a Visit
Oct 14, 2014 by: Brenda M from Houston, Texas
I love the Impressionists and Baltimore Museum of Art had plenty to see. Unfortunately, the museum was under renovation, so only part of the building was open to exhibits. Fortunately, The Cone Sisters Collection was available for viewing and it was spectacular! I have a new hobby of taking a (flash free) snapshot of my favorite Impressionist paintings, then marking it off my list as I visit museums around the country. The Cone Sisters were unknown to us, but we quickly learned of their vast (3,000+) collection of fine art and even a video view of how their luxury apartments looked with all the sculptures and paintings surrounding them. Their tastes were varied and made the exhibit interesting to many. It was a fun afternoon of history and beauty!
Fantastic collection for a smaller museum
Oct 03, 2014 by: TravelingDoc78 from Baltimore, Maryland
We will definitely go back when the renovation is complete, but we were still impressed with the excellently curated collection. I really like contemporary art, and their galleries are amazing. Took our 7-month old in a stroller and had no access problems.
Sep 30, 2014 by: Cynmos from Overland Park, Kansas
Even though much of the museum was closed for renovations thee was still so much to see it took us over 3 hours. The Cone Collection is eclectic and the information about the sisters is fascinating. The contemporary section had some hits and some misses but still worth seeing. The Mosaics surrounding the courtyard are incredible. I always enjoy the masters and this collection is superb. To add to the pleasure - there is no admission fee though I encourage visitors to make a donation.
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