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The Walters Art Museum is a cultural hub in the heart of Baltimore. Located in the city’s Mount Vernon neighborhood, the Walters is free for all. The museum’s collection spans more than seven millennia, from 5,000 BCE to the 21st century, and...more
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I am not a huge fan of going to museums. However, I saw photos of the beautiful staircase and mansion and since the admission is free, we went to check it out. We walked up some spiraling staircases and looked at an Egyptian mummy, Buddas,...More
The Walters Gallery is probably the best classical museum in Baltimore. The collection spans from the prehistoric to the modern. A great place to spend an afternoon. While more culturally inclined teens will be fine, there really isn't much here for younger children.
We planned our visit around a 1:00 "Fashion in History" tour and were so glad we did! The docents were awesome and so interesting. After the tour we wandered around visiting more of the museum and totally enjoyed it. A gem in Baltimore for sure!
We love this museum. I have brought my son back to the museum whenever we travel back to Baltimore. The building itself is so very beautiful. The staff is incredibly friendly and well informed which really helps in a museum. The Art is just breathtaking....More
I’ve been here many times as a college professor and my students love the collection and docents. My girlfriend was just as enthusiastic about going and as always, the Walters did not disappoint free admission!!
This is the art collection of William Walters and Henry Walters of Baltimore, who were industrialists and bankers who had a keen interest in fine arts.
It is open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm, and admission is free.
I love this museum. They have...More