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About National Gallery Of Art, Washington D. C.

The National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. is perhaps one of the most important museums in the USA. The collection is varied and there are many surprises hidden in it. The place has been beautifully decorated and the art that adorns the walls has a very pleasant setting. Famous artists from all over the world have been displayed here. For the art lover and the culture seeker, this is the ideal place to visit.

The self-portrait by Vincent Van Gogh is displayed here. It is one if the paintings that are not to be missed while here. So is the self portrait of the famous painter Rembrandt. Other iconic pieces here include “the Adoration of the Magi”, “the Alba Madonna” by Raphael as well as “A boy in a red Waistcoat” by Cezanne. There are a few works by the famous Leonardo Da Vinci as well.

The National Gallery of Art in Washington DC is one of the most celebrated attractions of the city. To make your experience an informative one, National Gallery of Art prices are kept free of cost. However, as you buy tickets for National Gallery of Art tours, you get an opportunity to have an easy access without any hassles. National Gallery of Art tickets for tours are always in demand owing to the attraction’s popularity. However, here you get the chance to have tickets for National Gallery of Art tours at reasonable rates.

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  • Constitution Avenue NW

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Address: 6th Street and Constitution Avenue NW, Constitution Ave NW, Washington D.C. 20565, United States

Phone: +1-2027374215

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  • One of the great museums in the world! The Raphael room alone would ensure that, but there are masterpieces in every section of the museum. Also check out the gallery talks by the excellent education and research staffs, as well as lectures by visiting scholars. Even the building is wonderful, from the Pantheon-like entrance with the Giovanni da Bologna Mercury fountain to the cafeteria and the museum store. I visit as often as I can.

  • Went there on a summer weekday with my wife for our anniversary. It was surprisingly uncrowded, yet the gallery still offers priceless collections from well-known artists, such as Monet, Rembrandt, and many others. I love how it's organized by time period and region making it very easy to prioritize exhibits you most want to see. We fit in a lot in the 2 hours we spent and felt very satisfied!

  • Take your time and spend the day. So much to see. There are several times you can see performances, so check the schedule. This is more frequent during the holidays. Use the map to get to the sections you are most interested in. Because it is difficult to see everything. And there is an excellent handout for the children. Take advantage of it.

  • A clean, well-lit and accessible (no admission fee!) world-class museum reposited with thousands of priceless arts treasures with plenty of amenities including a bookstore, a chic garden cafe on the ground level and huge cafeteria in the concourse level below. It's one of my favorite attractions around DC!

  • It is really amazing and extraordinary place. As a wedding photographer I am able to explore different places, but this Museum is just a fantastic place. All the time I am able to take just amazing pictures there. The atmosphere, lights everything is just supper for taking really creative pictures! This museum is one of my best-loved places for wedding and engagement sessions! :)

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