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Lisa G.
01/2006
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Good diverse collection
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The National Gallery of Art is a part of the Smithsonian--so the biggest perk of visiting is that it's free to enter. The museum has a very large... More >

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Lisa G.
01/2006
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The National Gallery of Art is a part of the Smithsonian--so the biggest perk of visiting is that it's free to enter. The museum has a very large collection of art; try as I might, I've never been... More >
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Brian K.
01/2006
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The National Gallery of Art is a must-see for visitors to Washington. It reminds me a lot of the Art Institute of Chicago, only it's always free to the public. The NGA is divided into two buildings,... More >
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Kathleen K.
01/2006
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The National Gallery of Art is my favorite of all museums in Washington, DC. The museum is broken into two main buildings (east and west) and are connected via an underground moving walkway. Also... More >
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E P.
08/2005
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The National Art Gallery is a national treasure. Washington DC is famous for its museums, and one of the most famous and popular is the fantastically designed Gallery. The exhibits are tastefully... More >
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Michael M.
08/2005
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I could get lost here. The gallery layout is uninspired; it's made to be open, so you can wander from room to room to room, and it's rather like being in a rectangular beehive. If it were full of... More >
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Abbie K.
06/2005
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The Irving Penn photography exhibit at the National Gallery is candy for your aesthetic bone. The exhibit takes place in about four rooms filled with black and white portraits all taken in front of... More >
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