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1. Georgetown Flea Market

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165 reviews
Georgetown Flea Market
Prices
5
Product Qualitys
5
Services
5
Professionalism
5
Attention
5

Address: 1819 35th St NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Sun

Telephone: (202) 775-3532

Guy: Flea market


Review: "Lots of paintings and posters."

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Jake Juros: The Georgetown Flea Market is a great Sunday activity for friends and family. There are some vendors who are there regularly and some who show up every so often. There's a lot of fun clothing, accessories, decor, and miscellaneous things. I highly recommend going at least once a month to see what vendors have to offer!

Mark Pietrzykoski: Great place to get fantastic values. Furnish or decorate your home with unique pieces that don't come from a chainstore

Daryl Hairston: Plenty to shop here at the Georgetown Flea Market! Especially at KAT's Reussi Modern & Vintage Shop. I not only have a long friendship with Kat, I have purchased, and worn many of her modern and vintage clothing pieces, shoes, belts, shirts and hats. I dig her collectibles as well as her classic furnishings, coins, artwork, bric-a-brac and more... I have shopped and done runway shows with her since our San Diego days... Kat's no nonsense approach to fashion, is hip and rich, with an elevating sense of success and style, always with a nod to the old and new. Kat's Kollection immediately garners attention and admiration of the fashionable shopper, those with an eye toward acquiring and wearing modern and vintage art... eclectic furnishings, collectibles, treasures, that easily blend current and classic wear & go styles of today, yesterday, and tomorrow's ...trendsetters... ...Check out Kat's Reussi, now open at the Georgetown Swap Meet... see you Sundays -KR

Matilde C Calderon: An organized flea market where you can find unique and ancient jewelries, coins, and clothes. Most of the venders there are friendly and patient. You can also find a lot of amazing and talented artists with their artworks/paints there for sale. It is worth to visit if you are happen to be in DC on Sunday.

Paul Spiller: Despite the decline of fleamarketing in general, this one maintains a higher standard than most! It's a great place to find quality merchandice at bargain prices!

Lia Summers: Beautiful things everywhere and it's of good deals on kilims and artwork

Janet Michelson: Lovely little market with mostly smaller items today. Plenty of antiques and vintage. Got some great Pyrex, which was the goal. Extremely happy.

christina paul: I sell here and but from some of the vendors here. There are 2 vendors I avoid one that just sells crystals too expensive and selling colored glass as crystals. Another is a eomsn whom sells tea sets… overpriced

Nadia Medina: Small but very unique . Parking nearby . No food for sale .Pass thru old Georgetown was beautiful

Mike O'Bryant II: FRONT TO BACK A GREAT MARKET! Great dealers, great prices and great Area! Best stands are in front right by the bus stop and arnd the back alley!!

2. Prints & Photographs Division

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1 reviews
Prints & Photographs Division
Prices
5
Product Qualitys
5
Services
5
Professionalism
5
Attention
5

Address: 101 Independence Ave SE, Washington, DC 20540

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 5PM

Telephone: (202) 707-6394

Guy: Public library


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3. Mobius Records

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225 reviews
Mobius Records
Prices
4.5
Product Qualitys
5
Services
4
Professionalism
4.5
Attention
4

Address: 10409 Main St D, Fairfax, VA 22030

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 12PM

Telephone: (703) 865-0039

Guy: Record store


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H Y: Recently found my old CD player and wanted to purchase some albums to listen to., The staff at Mumbai records was extremely helpful and even recommended me some CDs to check out. I'm now jaming out listening to some RGTM and enjoying it.

Robert Simmons: My favorite record store in Northern Virginia. Great selection of new vinyl, along with a solid rotating used section. The entire staff is super friendly and always willing to answer any questions. This crew makes it a joy to buy local!

Mike Alchus: Easily my favorite record shop in the Northern VA area. Not only do they always have a great selection of both new and used vinyl, there staff is what truly sets them apart: super friendly and knowledgeable, quick to make a great recommendation based on something you ask them about.

Nick Oettinger: Excellent local record store with a well-curated inventory and friendly staff. Always worth a visit if you're in Fairfax and want to browse records.

Ameen Karim: Loved this place, it's located conveniently in the middle of Fairfax city. I suspect that's why their prices are on the higher side. Otherwise great selection of newer albums, although could use more used albums. Very little in that regard. I enjoyed visiting, the staff was friendly and cool. Nice environment considering the pandemic. They took precautions and the owner seems to take safety seriously! Which is as a customer 100% what you want to see. Will be back!
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Samuel McCain: Great selection GREAT prices. A lovely record store. I have been to many and this is one of my new favorites. Gordon lightfoot playing in the background 👌 new and used records.

Anya Bender: Customer service is top notch and I love browsing their collection of vinyl. Even when I get something online for pickup I always leave with more that I pick up while browsing.

Danniel Rodarte: Highly recommend visiting Mobius Records. It’s clean, organized and has a lovely selection of all genres. We’re casual vinyl enthusiasts and we’re able to find some great selections in store. Their website is awesome because you can check what type of albums they carry in store. The icing on the cake is the sweet tunes they play while you browse the store.

Chris L: Love this shop. I always leave with a great addition to my collection. Guys knoe their stuff for the most part.

DAN ABH: Hands down my favorite record store and quite frankly the best in the DMV. The staff is top notch friendly, knowledgeable, and just straight up cool. Been shopping here for years. It's super tidy and clean. Very large collection of New records and re-releases. Not a huge a selection of used however there are many other shops in the DMV that have large amounts of used. But even with that said they have a good selection of used titles. Bottom line is that Mobius caters to all different typed of collectors which is why I like it so much. Not many record stores do that.

4. Kramers

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3499 reviews
Kramers
Prices
5
Product Qualitys
5
Services
5
Professionalism
5
Attention
5

Address: 1517 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10PM

Telephone: (202) 387-1400

Guy: Book store


Review: "Love this old Washington store!"

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Jon and Amanda Lewis: Great little bookshop near Dupont Circle. They have a wide selection of titles & subjects and an attached cafe and restaurant. I found some wonderful vintage looking postcards such as a DC cherry blossom one and tried the Kramer’s Goober Pie. So incredible. I would highly recommend this place!

Arun Vishwanathan: Cute little bookstore in DC and you should stop by if in the area. Eclectic collection of titles and journals/calendars They do have a restaurant/diner inside, so you can grab a bite as well if you’re hungry. Wish I had more time to spend there..

Juhi Pac: Great bookstore-bar-restaurant combo right at DuPont circle. Very easily accessible by DuPont circle metro and good selection of books and atmosphere

Cara Forte: I'm really happy this awesome bookstore came recommended by a friend for me to check out while staying in Dupont Circle for a long weekend. The books and gifts are well curated and there is a restaurant in the store with delicious food, drinks, and dessert. The coffee is great, too.

Karen cohen: Helpful staff and a ton of books from every genre! Browsing is part of the fun or going there and see all the books you want to read. Have lunch in the dining area and spend the whole afternoon there. Huge children section,too.

C Luna: Food was fantastic! Especially the cherry blossom cheesecake :) Service was amazing- our waitress was sweet and funny. Definitely a great date spot ❤

John Weber: What a lovely place to look for books and grab a bite to eat! I only walked around the bookstore but from what I could tell, the food both looked and smelled amazing!! On the restaurant side, there are a couple lounge chairs/couches to relax in as well. Definitely stop by and drop in if you are nearby. I was able to park just a block away on a Friday night.

bruce hutson: Kramers. Since 1976, so it’s not new to many, unless you visit from outa town, like we did. Our friends, Bob and Lynn, came here on dates years ago, as many did and still do. Lots of stories within these walls, ups and downs, and today we sat in fleeting sunshine to taste the excellent Kramers Breakfast(tasty potatoes), and the full mouth, comforting Ham Benedict(such creamy Hollandaise). Oh, and the books fairly pulsed into our hands within the well laid out spaces. Feed your body, nourish your soul

M Boone: Good brunch menu with solid pairings. Visit it after strolling through the nearby Farmer's Market. Space inside is a little tight particularly with the kitchen in-the-middle, but cozy nonetheless. I enjoyed the chicken and waffles. Presentation is good. Prices are on par for D.C.

Quarib Chowdhury: This is a Washington DC institution. Everyone should visit, buy a book, and eat at the cafe. I’ve browsed through this place many many times and even bought books and ate at the cafe. I ate at the cafe years ago but remember everything being delicious. As someone with a big sweet tooth, the apple pie crust desert was amazing. The expansion to bring the cafe into the bookstore actually works really well. I’ll have to revisit the cafe next time.

5. National Portrait Gallery

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10184 reviews
National Portrait Gallery
Prices
4.3
Product Qualitys
4.7
Services
4.7
Professionalism
4.5
Attention
4.8

Address: 8th and G Streets, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM

Telephone: (202) 633-8300

Guy: Art museum


Review: "What an amazing collection."

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E Blount: The National Portrait Gallery was a really nice experience. There are themed galleries as well as the presidential gallery. If I remember correctly there are 3 floors to explore. There are elevators for those that can't or don't want to walk. It is completely FREE and no ticket required. If you bring a bag it must be worn on the front of your body so that you don't accidentally damage an exhibit.

ReCreate Artworks: This is the best art gallery in DC in my opinion. It’s beautiful, unique and calming. There’s an atrium in the center that provides a dreamy place to sit and rest. My favorite thing about this gallery, however, is that there’s conservationists you can watch at work. When you walk into this museum it’s like being in a different world. Each space creates such a unique atmosphere and is breathtaking to say the least.

Klau Pao: The Gallery is amazing, you will probably spend 2 hours there. It has very beautiful portraits, one of my favorites was Gilbert Stuart painting of George Washington and everything related to Abraham Lincoln as well as the amazing portrait of the Supreme Court Justices! Wow what a place to put on my memory box! I loved it!

M J: I really enjoyed the National Portrait Gallery which shares buildings with the American Art Museum (they each have a side on both buildings). The Hall of Presidents was excellent. I really enjoyed seeing the 2022 Potrait Contest and enjoyed voting for my favorite Portrait. There is a 50 year Anniversary exhibit for the Watergate Scandal and we almost visited on the actual anniversary so that was cool. There are a lot of different portraits of Americans on display and they are pretty randomly spread out between the rooms. All in all, expect to spend 1 1/2-2 hours at this part of the museum. I will say, some teens and kids who are not the most intellectually driven may find it boring as there are not interactive exhibits.

Ray: I didn't know there is this museum until we walked by on the way to Chinatown for lunch. We visited it after lunch. It's great to see some of the arts that I have seen in books or videos in person. Kids enjoyed it as well as we got into some good discussions on some sculpture pieces.

Ukvayat Hanak: The National Portrait Gallery gets 4/5 for all the exhibit areas that are closed right now. Many renovations going on! So many varied exhibits though. A great place to host a catered event. Check em out!

Kathy W: Museum is really big and has so much to see. We spent a good amount of time at kogot courtyard which happens to have orchids displays. Beautiful and fun place for people of all ages. Parking was somewhat challenging but really worth the trip.

Salsabil Yeasmin: Such a beautiful museum. They have free entrance but I would suggest to make a donation even if it's just a dollar or some change. They have worked hard to keep the museum safe, clean and organized. The artwork represents what America is about and our diversity. I simply loved the experience in there.

beyondTabu: This museum is really nice… but this review isn’t about the museum directly. It’s about the staff/security. We’ve been to several other museums and they all seem to have the same attitude. They yell/scream at you from across the room, to not do something or that you’re breaking their rules (that aren’t clearly posted anywhere). It’s very disrespectful and unprofessional. This mentality seems to be widespread in all the museums recently. It’s like they’ve had no customer service training at all. They have a little power and wield it unabated. It upsets our day really makes us not want to visit the attractions.

Joshua Russell: This is one of our favorite museums in DC by far. You get a wide array of art here on three floors. This is located right in Chinatown across the street from Capital One Arena with two entrances. One thing to note if you are being a bag it has to be worn in front of you at all times. We recently came here and I would say my favorite areas were the special exhibition of the dual artists and their stories. They show one piece of art from the artist and tells the story of their connection. They have a Jackson Pollock called Heading West which was really neat to his art before the drip style. Another favorite was the Hung Liu portraits, the way she did them is nothing I’ve seen before and really showed great expression. I also enjoyed the social Justice exhibition as it covered a wide variety of areas and include very moving stories. I highly recommend coming here and spending a couple hours browsing.

6. Christ Child Opportunity Shop

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41 reviews
Christ Child Opportunity Shop
Prices
5
Product Qualitys
4
Services
4.1
Professionalism
4.7
Attention
4.6

Address: 1427 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 12PM

Telephone: (202) 333-6635

Guy: Antique store


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Kurt LaRose MSW LCSW LICSW: The antiques and the finds here are wonderful. The staff, volunteers, care so much about the items. Here I am reminded of my grandparents dishes, jewelry, paintings, dishes, silver, metalurgy, pocket watches, rugs .... and the iron statutes are just phenomenal. Today I found a 10k gold rosary engraved from 1924 ... with a historical attention to detail that is awesome. The people working in the store celebrate the items as you look.
Response: Thank you Kurt! We're so glad we were able to help you find some beautiful items!

rebecca leigh: A lovely store with beautiful things. Sometimes a bit pricey. The service is excellent and warm.

Sandra Biedron: Wow. Great place for vintage jewelry and everything else one needs for a home or office. Not only is everything repurposed but all proceeds go to children in the area that need help meeting their emotional needs. Found four rare Portmeirion pottery pieces as well as two pieces of vintage high-end jewelry. These were very fairly priced with the market. Excellent collection of dishes, silver, and crystal. Go there instead of doing a wedding registry! So much more green! Rock on Opportunity Shop - you made my heart happy today seeing things re-purposed! The place was packed!

Eric Rajendra: The best antique and bric-a-brac store in all of DC. Our family in Georgetown has given thousands of dollars worth in contributions of our own antiques we no longer needed and then we bought thousands of dollars more in antiques we needed!! This place is a gem for us Washingtonians!! The volunteer staff members are truly precious and really dedicated!! They love their work and make the entire experience of browsing a joy. The second floor has great stuff so GO UP!! Jewelry, silverware, Asian antiques, porcelain, etc! You won’t be disappointed. You need to return weekly as new consignments and donations come all the time!! Trust me.
Response: Thank you so much, Eric!

Sam Bartley: This place looks amazing. And everything is very nice. But this place is no thrift store. Almost everything here is consignment and the prices can be outrageous. If you're looking for a place to get fine decor and fine bone china (and you're willing to pay hundreds of dollars for it) this is the place. But if you're a student or a person that has anything called a budget restricting you, don't come here.
Response: Thank you for the feedback, Sam. We now host flash sales on Mondays on our Facebook and Instagram. 20% off select items from a range of different prices. You might find some treasures on there!

Randolph Lopez: Question the authenticity of the antiques and antiquities. Do not be misled. I was foolish enough to believe the descriptions that were displayed on the Asian pieces and the purity of some silver pieces that I purchased. I am not a seasoned collector. I only depend on the honesty of people; especially those associated with a “Christian” charity.

Tom Preston: Prices are too high, often higher than the antiques shops in the neighborhood. No bargains unfortunately. And reductions are not per standard consignment shops- only 20% every 60 days instead of every 30 days. Not sure how they stay in business TBH.
Response: Thanks for the feedback, Tom. We host flash sales on our Instagram and Facebook every Monday with 20% off select items. You may find some bargains there!

A. Greenough Dodd: Huge fan of this nonprofit consignment shop (aka The "Op Shop"!) that benefits the needs of DC area children. Always great finds, but definitely allow time to peruse the many items. Well-worth the search!
Response: Thanks for the kind words! We now have a Facebook and Instagram page where we highlight and feature different items. That may help you find some treasures! And yes we love our customers and their support of our mission of helping local mothers and babies in need!

Angela Van: Clean and organized decor consignment purchase structure (can see how the price drops by date). Always find something when I go in. Unfortunately, they just re-organized downstairs so the bulk is upstairs--no elevator.

Jonathan Fuhrman: Nice place for antiques. Everything has a date it came in and gets marked down every month. Prices are a bit high, but not outrageous.

7. Solid State Books

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371 reviews
Solid State Books
Prices
4.8
Product Qualitys
4.3
Services
4.2
Professionalism
5
Attention
4.2

Address: 600F H St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 897-4201

Guy: Book store


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Olivia S.O: Such a beautiful bookstore with great atmosphere. It was quiet, well organized, and clean inside. Staff was kind and helpful, I love that they greet you at the door. They also seem to really enjoy each other which always boosts the energy. The children’s section is so inviting, if I wasn’t wearing a dress I would’ve sat in the nook and read a book myself— can’t wait to bring my son here. The cafe was a nice touch, I enjoyed my wine while reading in one of the lounge chairs. I left with “The Body Keeps The Score,” and will definitely be back for more.
Response: Thanks for the awesome review, Olivia! We work hard to meet expectations like yours, and we’re happy to hear we hit the mark for you. Come back and see us soon. Cheers!

Katelyn Bodwell: Adorable book store with so many options! They also serve beer and coffee and have a couple seats at the window. The kids section was really cute! They also have some little trinkets and gifts like items to buy.
Response: Thank you! We strive to be a place for the community to shop, have a beverage, work & commune.

Bobbi DeAnda: SUCH A COOL PLACE! The kid section is another level! Our little one didn’t want to leave! We will definitely be back. Also bought one of the coolest books I’ve ever seen - a “photicular” book. Such a great spot!
Response: Thank you so much! We hope to see you again soon.

Chris Atkins: Great bookstore to pick up Dogman books obviously. All around cool place. They have a wide variety of topics and books covered here and it's close to a few coffee shops so you can enjoy a good read and a cup of coffee.

C. Howard: wonderful environment to sit and have a beverage and nibble while reading, or slowly peruse great selections until you're ready to make a purchase. a cozy kids corner makes this spot family friendlier. great staff, friendly, helpful and courteous!

Ashleigh N. DeLuca: This bookstore is small but cozy. I love that you can order beer and wine and they let you walk around and browse the books while you finish your drinks. A lot of charm and a decent selection of drinks.

Anna Brazel: Amazing bookstore but also wonderful community space. We visited while traveling and we were thoroughly impressed by the warmth of the staff and the space overall.
Response: Thank you! Stop by next time you're in DC.

Erik Deckers: A friendly and hip bookstore with a lot of great titles for everyone’s interest. Not one of the mega stores, but just enough to pique anyone’s interest. The coffee is good, the food is good, and it’s a nice place to hang out and relax and read your new purchase over an iced latte.

Tyler R: The selection is okay. Very few essayists represented on their shelves. Lots of bubblegum reads. Great "neo-liberal" titles for D.C. transplants. Performative activists will love this place!

Emily Gunter: Very clean and well thought out. I appreciated the wide variety of offerings including the expansive children's section. I appreciated the ambiance of the space, this it did feel a bit crowded at times with the number of children present.

8. National Gallery of Art

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13937 reviews
National Gallery of Art
Prices
4.8
Product Qualitys
4.7
Services
5
Professionalism
4
Attention
4.7

Address: Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20565

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 737-4215

Guy: Art gallery


Review: "My favorite art gallery in the United States!"

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Terry Bexton: AWESOME art. Absolutely unbelievable to witness these masterpieces in real life. I was astonished by the gift shop as well. Most people that know me know that I LOVE gift shops, and this one was definitely one of my new favorites. It had all the different art related things a person could think of. Absolutely would recommend this gallery to any art lover.

Kathryn Corselius: The National Gallery of Art is a great stop for any history or art lover. Boasting many different paintings from the biggest artists, the gallery is expansive and well-curated. I spent a couple of hours here and could easily have spent more time here. I would recommend planning ahead to locate the galleries that are a must-see for you, as after a couple of hours, it's easy to get fatigued by how many pieces there are. For history lovers, check out the presidential portraits by Gilbert Stuart and the famous painting of Marie Antoinette. I also recommend touring the galleries on the lower floor, where there are beautiful Degas and Rodin sculptures and early Colonial furniture.

Nay Wareenipha: Absolutely must visit if you love art and it's FREE! I saw a Davinci painting for the first time here with nobody around. It's very peaceful. There's also a FREE baggage deposit area so don't worry about your coats and bags. You can get a free map that will allow you to go through each section based on the era of the paintings. You can easily spend a whole day here. So many things to see. Additionally there's also an amazing free audio guide under some paintings that you can listen to which is fantastic. There's also another floor under dedicated to sculptures which is also very interesting. There's free WiFi in the premises. Also souvenir shops and food place. Plus, it's also next to the Smithsonian museum so you can see both in one day.

R Lin: I’ve been to the Gallery of Art a few times now, and it really just never gets old. It would also take at least one entire day to truly get through everything that’s there (the museum is HUGE, and has more than one building), so when I say it never gets old it’s the honest truth. There’s something new pretty much every time because there’s a back corner or section you accidentally missed the previous time. This place is beyond easy to get lost in. It’s definitely an iconic Smithsonian, and worth seeing. But again- this place is massive! Schedule a big chunk of your day if you want to see a lot of it, or else prioritize the works you want to see and grab a building map to help you stay on track (there’s a good chance you’ll still get a little lost). You get to see some true, original and iconic pieces here. I think it’s also fun seeing where the Gallery got the pieces from. If you’re at all a souvenir person you’d better also visit the gift shop (again, view the building map and follow signs because it can be tough to find). Love this maze of a museum!

Andrew Hovenden: So much to see. Take your time but don't dawdle or you will tire before you see it all! I posted my favorites and lesser known pieces I liked; and ones I want to know more about. Be sure to look at the frames and the floors. Some of the frames are amazing and the floors are beautiful wood. Decent place for kids under 12 but the might need help understanding why these are great works. Good Cafe with a nice Kale and chicken salad.

F SDK: I've driven 4 hours to be in Washington DC from PA, and this is one of the place we've stopped over. We didnt need entry fee, and the amazing arts took a couple of hours from our day trip. The place is huge, hard to walk all the way and see everything. We've tried to cover as much we could within a short time.

Noah Lepek: The National Gallery of Art should be on everyone's itinerary when planning a visit to Washington D.C. This internationally recognized museum holds works of art from every part of the world, allowing people to develop a better understanding of the world. When visiting the capital of the United States, this place certainly comes highly recommended.

Shravya Boppana: FANTASTIC! This is a great place to visit for all ranges of art lovers! It has such a wide range of art that is a ranged in an easy to digest walk through. The interactive guide through the app can help with understanding the history behind the artist and art, which is great for people who are just beginning in the art scene as well. It is a must visit!

Evan S: A free museum with so many fabulous paintings! The Van Gogh selection was amazing.. if you have time check it out! It was so easy to get in and out.

Kevin Shim: No entry fee. Wear a mask. This museum has a good collection of art. From early Rennaisance to modern. Da Vinci, Raphael, Vermeer, Degas, Monet, Degas, Rothko are the highlights of this museum. It’s laid out in a way to showcase how our perception of art has evolved over the years. The East building holds all the modern art. The underground concourse that connects the West and East building is worth checking out.

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